Whether it's the most crazy one built using Lego, the company behind the bricks built a full model of Bugatti Chiron's super car.
The final number of models designed as a passion project within LEGO's creative team and as part of the promotion to be announced at the Italian GP has reached more than 1 million technicians.
(Technically, connecting rods, gears, axles, engines, and other parts of LEGO are slightly more complicated than the best known bricks and blocks by the company.)
According to Lego, on the whole, the construction work took only 13,500 hours. They began to think in June last year, construction began in March 2018.
When LEGO first sent the above video, my first thought was that there is CG's. They responded with hundreds of assembled photographs, but some of them were incorporated below.
For clarity, it is not completely LEGO – There are components that can not be reproduced with plastic when processing objects weighing more than 1.5 tons together. For example, a steel frame (figure below), a pair of batteries, a gear printed in 3D, and everything is on a true Bugatti wheel. (Relating to fun facts: LEGO is technically the world's largest tire producer.
Raging again, this thing Motion. He is not going to follow the real Chiron at the top of 250 + mph …
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