Lego introduced a full-sized copy of Bugatti Chiron

Lego introduced a full-sized copy of Bugatti Chiron

August 30, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

The toy sports car Bugatti Chiron is made of 1 million cubes, and it took 13,438 hours to create it. The novelty was able to accelerate on the track to 20 km/h

Lego company presented a full-size copy of the sports car Bugatti Chiron. A car made of cubes can accelerate to 20 km / h and it has working lights. The design of the model is almost completely repeated by Bugatti Chiron.

The toy sports car is made of 1 million cubes. It took 13,438 hours to create it. Work on the model led division of Lego Technic. Over a copy of the Chiron designers worked Lego Technic and engineers of the company’s plant in the Czech Klando, where they create installations for Lego stores and Legoland parks. The machine is assembled from triangular parts, and is driven by the Lego Power Function motors. In total in the engine of such Chiron – 1 304 engines and 4032 gears. The output of the unit is 5.3 horsepower and 93 Nm of torque.

The weight of the machine is 1500 kg. The maximum speed of the toy Bugatti Chiron is 20 km / h. A toy copy has already been experienced on the track in Germany. During the race behind the wheel of the model was the pilot Andy Wallace. According to Wallace, from a distance of 20 meters a copy of the hypercar looks like a real car.

Previously, the company Lego has released a set for the assembly of the sports car Bugatti Chiron. The car from the blocks costs 349.99 dollars. The model is made in scale 1: 8. The set consists of 3 599 cubes. The length of the toy Bugatti Chiron is 56 cm and the width is 25 cm. The Hypercar is equipped with a movable wing and a W16 engine with moving pistons.

Previously, Lego introduced the Bugatti Chiron hypercar model of the Technic series, consisting of 3599 parts. The kit included an aerodynamic body kit with an active rear wing, rims with low-profile rubber, a detailed cockpit with movable shift paddles and a W16 engine with moving pistons.