Is the Lego Bugatti Chiron worth it?

5.0 out of 5 stars LEGO Technic Bugatti – Best LEGO set to date! This is the best kit Technic kit Lego has made to date! It’s also challenging build & takes time. With almost 900 pieces more than Porsche 911 GT3 RS kit, this build will keep you engaged & entertained!

How much is the drivable Lego Bugatti?

$3 million
It achieves a 261-mph top speed using a quad-turbocharged 16-cylinder engine. Diamonds are used in the audio speakers, because they’re better than other materials at making crisp noise. The car costs more than $3 million. There simply isn’t anything else like it on the road.

Does the Lego Bugatti have a motor?

Our exclusive LEGO® Technic™ Bugatti Chiron super car contains 3,599 pieces, has a W16 engine with moving pistons, eight fully functioning gears and much more.

How long does it take to build the Lego Bugatti set?

The set comes with 13 bags and the build time for each bag is an average of 45 minutes meaning that you may well spend the whole day building the entire LEGO car or two days with enough coffee and TV breaks.

How many bags are in a Lego Bugatti?

However, it only contains bags 4 and 5, though each has multiple individual bags. There’s also an unnumbered bag with rods and flex tubing. Setting aside the rear assembly from box one, we begin on the front assembly with the suspension, steering, front differential, and gearbox.

Is the Lego Bugatti limited?

The Bugatti Chiron’s place in history is assured. Not because of speed records – we’re still waiting for a de-limited, v-max run.

How long does the Lego Bugatti take to build?

How fast can the Lego Bugatti go?

261 mph
The delectable Lego Bugatti is a challenge to build by itself, but once completed, the team ventured to a local hobby store for some actual motivation. The goal was to see the 1:8 scale Chiron achieve its proper top speed of 261 mph (420 km/h) – in scale form of course.

Is the Lego Bugatti drivable?

LEGO built a drivable Bugatti Chiron. Everything from the brake pads to the dashboard is made of LEGO parts. Official Bugatti pilot Andy Wallace took the car for a test drive.

Can you drive the Lego Bugatti?

Meet The Life-Size LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron You Can Actually Drive.