The life-sized LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron has landed at LEGOLAND California and park attendees will be able to see for a limited time. It is displayed at one of the entrances of The Big Shop and you’ll be able to see the car in every angle. It consists of over 1 million Technic elements and took designers and builders over 13,000 hours to create. There’s no word on when the Chiron will be displayed until but now is a great once in a lifetime opportunity to see it.
It may not be Santa’s sleigh, but it’s built with more than one million LEGO® Technic elements, features more than 2,000 LEGO electric motors and more than 4,000 LEGO Technic gears, and is a one-of-a-kind replica of the world’s fastest production car…the first- ever life-size and drivable LEGO® Bugatti Chiron is on display at LEGOLAND® California Resort for the holidays for a limited time starting December 5.
The LEGO Bugatti Chiron took a team of designers and builders more than 13,000 hours to create the ultimate super sports car. Similar to the actual Chiron, the first fully-functional self-propelled Technic car is equipped with a rear spoiler, speedometer, front and back lights and detachable steering wheel that are all fully functional for this movable masterpiece. While the actual Chiron has been designed to reach record breaking speeds of 300 mph, the LEGO version is equally impressive as it has been engineered without the use of glue to keep the model together and allow it to be driven. The resemblance of the two cars from a distance is striking, but as guests get closer to the LEGO version, they will be amazed by the interconnected triangular segments that make up the body of this one- of- a-kind vehicle. Catch it fast before it drives away!
LEGO BUGATTI CHIRON FACTS:
-Has 5.3 Horsepower
-Can go 12 MPH
-Weighs more than 3,300 lbs
-Created with more than 1,000,000 Technic elements
-Took more than 13,000 hours to design and construct
-Uses more than 2,000 electric motors
-Created with more than 4,000 Technic gears
-339 types of LEGO Technic elements used