The recently-unveiled LEGO Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 is now the heaviest Lambo in the world, outweighing any real-life models.
Coming in at 2,200kg, the brick-built supercar is a full kilogram heavier than the Lamborghini Urus SUV, the car maker’s supercharged off-roader. The real-life Sián weighs roughly 1,599kg, although Lambourghini have never released an official curb weight.
Nonetheless, the brick-built vehicle does look the part, with a paint job straight from Lamborghini’s own bodywork artists. The outer layer of plates might not be airtight like the real car, but it looks pretty close from afar.
The Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 is the first hybrid production vehicle from the brand and they’re only making 63 of them in the first run. The LEGO version is even rarer, with just one being made and it’s not available for the general public to buy, much to car fans’ disappointment around the world.
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