A mock Bugatti Chiron built of Lego parts

Lego engineers built a driveable duplicate of a $2.6 million Bugatti Chiron sports car, using more than 1 million Lego parts.

It uses real Bugatti wheels and tires, a steel frame and batteries for power, but more than 90 percent of the car is Lego parts, including 2,300 Lego Technic Power Function motors and 4,632 Lego Technic gear wheels.

It has a fully functional steering wheel, brakes (but no accelerator), headlights, tail lights, speedometer and doors that open and close.  No glue was used in putting the parts together.

A real Bugatti Chiron is made of about 1,800 parts.  It has a 1,500 horsepower motor and a top speed of 261 miles per hour.  The Lego version has a 5.3 HP motor and a theoretical top speed of 18 miles per hour.

But it works!  I bet it was a lot of fun to work on.


A full-scale Lego supercar that actually drives on kottke.org.

Lego built a drivable Bugatti Chiron with over 1 million pieces by Sean O’Kane for The Verge.

Behold! the full-size Lego Bugatti Chiron by Vijay Pattni for BBC Top Gear.


2 Responses to “A mock Bugatti Chiron built of Lego parts”

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