Real-World Lego Bugatti Chiron Takes Place At The Volkswagen Museum


Bugatti exhibits a Chiron made from Lego pieces and its original in true size at the Zeithaus Museum in Wolfsburg, Germany.
The model of the same size as the real one is made of a million Lego pieces. 2304 tracks were used only for engine construction. Chiron and Lego will continue to be exhibited in the museum until December 6th.

The Lego technical Chiron 5.3 PS (5.2 HP / 3.9 kW), weighing a total of 1500 kg, has a power output and an engine producing 92 Nm of torque. The car can do a maximum of 20 km. The project, which was also exhibited at the 2018 Paris Auto Show, was made in 13,000 hours and is a true work of art.
“The Lego Group proved to be an ideal partner for Bugatti, ” said Stephen Winkelmann, CEO of Bugatti. We have seen our engineers ‘ great care and excellence every day in Lego. A real piece of Lego was created. With The Lego Technic Bugatti Chiron model and this surreable full-size model, many people’s childhood dreams have come to life.” quoth.
Unlike the Lego model, the real Chiron quad turbo uses an 8.0-liter W16 engine. The engine’S power output is 1500 PS (1479 hp / 1103 kW), torque is 1600 Nm. In full acceleration, the car accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in 2.5 seconds. The maximum speed is 400 km/h.

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