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Not a Chiron for the Kids

Here, obviously, are two Bugatti Chirons: The one on the right appears to have a rather interesting textured skin.
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Here, obviously, are two Bugatti Chirons:

Chirons

The one on the right appears to have a rather interesting textured skin.

But that’s no coating. That’s the car itself.

Because that vehicle is actually made with LEGO Technic elements. In all, 339 different types of the LEGO parts. More than 1,000,000 parts were assembled. It weighs some 3,300 pounds. Over 13,000 hours of development and construction were required of the designers and engineers of the LEGO Kladno factory in the Czech Republic.

Now there have been plenty of car models made with LEGO blocks. But this one also deploys 2,304 motors from the LEGO Power Function, as well as 4,032 LEGO Technic gear wheels.

All of which creates 5.3 horsepower. Yes, the LEGO Chiron moves underpower.

The one not made out of blocks is powered by 1,500 horsepower.

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