It is time for the Paris Motor Show 2018, with the even kicking off tomorrow. At the show, CarScoops reports that attendees will be able to view a marvel of LEGO engineering – the full size, drivable Technic Bugatti Chiron.
The mind-blowing build was unveiled one month ago, with over 1 million LEGO Technic elements, including 2,304 Power Functions motors used to put the marvel together. 90% of the car is made up of LEGO elements, which can actually drive. It can reach speeds of just over 20km/h, much more sedate speed than the actual Bugatti Chiron’s 420km/h.
This special one-off project came together to celebrate the launch of the much smaller, but still impressive, LEGO Technic 42083 Bugatti Chiron set.
Former racing driver Andy Wallace was the lucky person who got behind the wheel to take it for a test drive around the Ehra Lessien proving ground in Germany back in August.