500 thousand Lego cubes turned into a hypercar McLaren SennaMarch 27, 2019
A team of 10 certified Lego modellers spent 2,725 hours building a full-size copy of the extreme McLaren Senna hypercar. The total time, including the design development of the model, was 4935 hours. In total, 42 Lego employees were involved in the work on the unique project.
The Lego copy of McLaren Senna is 1: 1. For its construction took 467,854 individual elements of the designer. Senna was the first McLaren model to use parts from a real car: a carbon seat, steering wheel, pedals, as well as nameplates and Pirelli tires. Doors “hypercar” made removable, so you can get behind the wheel of the car and start the “engine”.
A copy of “Senna” is painted in Victory Gray color with orange accents, as on the scale model of the Lego Speed Champions series. The latter consists of only 219 parts and went on sale at the beginning of this year. Earlier in honor of the release of the cartoon “Lego. Movie 2, Chevrolet built a full-size model of the Silverado pickup truck from the designer. The construction of the car in the specification of the LT LT 1500 Trail Boss was done by eighteen specialists.
Prior to this, Lego built a full-size copy of a Bugatti Chiron hypercar with luminous headlights, a moving spoiler and a running engine. The construction of the model took more than a million parts and 13 thousand hours of work.
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