Lego’s replica model of the Bugatti Chiron will get your pulse racing



Each model has its own serial number which is kept hidden under the hood, and the only way to access it is to use the Bugatti Speed Key, something actual Bugatti owners need to use to make their auto reach its full speed.

Christiansen, CEO of the LEGO Group said: “I am very excited about this new model.

The Lego Technic Bugatti Chiron is on sale now through Lego stores for £329.99 and will be available from other retailers starting August.

There's also a fully functioning steering wheel, a movable rear wing and a small amount of luggage space in the front to pack a "custom Lego Bugatti overnight bag", the tech website says. Each model will come with a unique coffee table book. But once you're finished, you'll have your own Bugatti Chiron with numerous same functioning features for so much less money.

Time was when Lego bricks were good for constructing model buildings, clumsy little aeroplanes, lumpy-looking pirate ships and not much else.

LEGO developed this kit in partnership with Bugatti, ensuring that all of the details were could be represented perfectly by pieces from LEGO's endless inventory. Ive always been passionate about engineering and this models details and design are truly fascinating.”. Well now, thanks to LEGO, you can.

Few people are likely to be able to afford one of the 500 Bugatti Chirons destined to be built, however we're sure most will be able to scrape together the dollars required to purchase the new Lego Technic version of the French hypercar. The latter has a top speed setting, activated using a speed key - just like the real thing. There are also nine podcasts for the vehicle online featuring Bugatti and Lego experts.

The brand, which has been part of the Volkswagen Group since 1998, has 34 dealers and service partners in 17 countries in Europe, North America, the Arabian Peninsula and Asia/Pacific.

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