Most Insane Things Built With Legos

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 Most Insane Things Built With Legos


Your average car is made of a wide variety of materials, ranging from glass to aluminum to rubber, all of which can get pretty gnarled up if you’re unlucky enough to experience a head-on collision. Now, if you heard that someone had built a cool-looking car out of Lego blocks — let’s say, a smooth blue Bugatti Chiron — you’d probably be impressed. Doubly so if you found out that the car was life-sized. But here’s the kicker: what if you could actually open the Lego door of a Lego car, hit the ignition, and drive away?



Crazy as it sounds, a drivable Lego car really exists, according to TechCrunch. Obviously, building a car out of over 1 million tiny plastic “Technic” bits is a lot of work, and it required 13,000 man hours, according to Lego.com. While this blocky Bugatti only drives up to 19 MPH, it’s certainly fast enough to dodge some cones, and the vehicle contains other fun features like a detachable Lego steering wheel, a spoiler that electronically lifts and lowers, and a fully-functional speedometer built out of… well, you know. To be fair, not every single part of the car is built from toy bricks, as rendering it drivable does require a steel frame, batteries, and actual rubber tires. While you probably don’t want to turn this one into a daily commuter, just imagine the look on your partner’s face if you parked this in the driveway.