The full size model of Chiron, which was taken care of by Lego company, can also move independently with the help of a number of electric motors.
At the beginning of this summer, the French car maker Bugatti and the Danish toy maker Lego presented the first result of their joint collaboration, a miniature of Chiron, which followed the example of Porsche 911 GT3 and some other miniatures that Lego created with various other automotive manufacturers. Now Lego and Bugatti started a new and much larger project: the production of Lego Chiron in its natural size.
BUGATTI and @LEGO_Group achieved the impossible: a full-sized LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron that drives! #BuildforReal #BUGATTI #Chiron #LEGOTechnicBugatti pic.twitter.com/C3LA2AJ5KZ— Bugatti (@Bugatti) August 30, 2018
More than a million different Lego cubes were used in the design of the model, some of which were premiered in the project, and more than 13,000 working hours were invested for its production and testing. The car is almost entirely made of Lego components, while Bugatti provided the original Chiron wheel rims and some other minor components of the vehicle, which in total weighs around 1,500 kilograms.
Although it's just a mock up of a real car, full sized Lego Chiron can move independently up to a maximum speed over 20 kilometers per hour. Under a bonnet in an apparently true engine housing, namely cooperate as many as 2,034 electric motors, which otherwise move much smaller miniatures.