LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron built entirely with LEGO bricks

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3 September 2018

LEGO and Bugatti have collaborated on the creation of LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron, a drivable car built entirely with LEGO bricks.

The Grand Prix of Monza has just finished, and it has seen on the first step of the podium Lewis Hamilton. As the racetrack is emptied you keep talking about the LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron.

The famous manufacturer of colored bricks, in collaboration with Bugatti, this time has pushed beyond every boundary, recreating in scale 1:1 the Bugatti Chiron Technic model built entirely with the pieces of the LEGO and drivable, able to reach a speed between 20 and 30km/h.

To develop and build the project took 13,000 hours of work and more than one million bricks of 339 different types, all obviously interlocking.

“Lego and Bugatti are two brands that represent symbols and share the values ​​of design, excellence and innovation. With the new Lego Technic Bugatti Chiron we aim to inspire not only the builders, but also the engineers of tomorrow”

If you have not got to see it in Monza don’t worry, the car will be exhibited from 6 to 9 September in Piazza Gae Aulenti in Milan.

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