Spend $2.6mn, it’ll get you a motor that’ll do 0-60 in 2.3 seconds but there are only 500 units being produced so that price will likely rise and, with your Tesla/Roller/Porsche taking up your parking spaces already well, its a hassle.
Thanks you LEGO for today releasing your Bugatti Chiron to ease our pain. A 3,599 piece supercar build that puts its previous Technic Porsche 911 GT3 RS (2,704 pieces) back in its box.
Not only an absolute joy to sit back and look at the detailing to get hands on with is of epic proportions. From a miniature replica of the W16 engine (with working pistons) that powers the real-life version of the car to a top speed of 261 miles per hour. A working eight-speed gearbox with paddle shifters and some imagination will assist you in reaching those heady speed heights, eyes closed, desk fan on full blast, sound FX – We’ve gone too far!
Opening doors, fancy matching luggage, rear wing that raises, steering, working shocks, cockpit of decent detail, we say we’re all in for the £329.99 they’ve asked for as from today.