The network compared the characteristics of the Nissan GT-R and its miniature copy of LegoNovember 25, 2019
A toy car weighs only 193 grams, and it takes an hour to assemble it. The full-size Nissan GT-R weighs 1.7 tons and lasts much longer.
Danish company Lego and Japanese automaker Nissan first worked on a joint project. The result of such an unusual collaboration was the designer of Speed Champions 2020 with the iconic GT-R Nismo. To assemble a toy sports car, you need only 298 parts of the designer. Nissan decided to compare the specifications of the full-size Nissan GT-R and a miniature copy from Lego. So, the original sports car was developed for more than ten years, but they spent only a year on the toy Nissan GT-R.
This car consists of more than 90,000 different parts, and its weight reaches 1.7 tons. The numbers of the mini-GT-R are much more modest: for its assembly, 298 designer details will be required, and the weight of the finished machine will be 193 grams.
To assemble an original sports car without taking into account the motor, specialists will work for eight hours. It only takes an hour to assemble a Nissan GT-R from Lego, and more advanced designer fans will be able to complete the instructions even faster. Expert Lego spends on the assembly of a toy model in just 20 minutes. On sale, the Lego Speed Champions Nissan GT-R Nismo set will appear in January next year.
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