Many countries around the world are celebrating Children's Day on June 1 hence why it makes ideal sense that Bugatti and Lego have made a decision to pick this date to unveil a shiny new Lego Technic set for the mighty Chiron. Developed in partnership with Bugatti, the model captures the magic of the iconic supercar with its gleaming aerodynamic bodywork, logoed spoked rims with low profile tires, detailed brake discs and W16 engine with moving pistons. The unveiling last night was also a flashy affair, taking place at LEGO House in Billund, Denmark with LEGO Group CEO Neils B. Christiansen together with Bugatti President Stephan Winkelmann. Technic is a series of more complex - or, you know, technical - sets from the building-block manufacturer; its previous automotive models include a Porsche GT2 RS ($300). Then you'll likely be excited to know that Lego has released a 1:8 scale replica model of the sports auto that's available right now for £330.
Beyond those impressive bits, the Lego Chiron has a "speed key" that allows you to switch the rear wing between its "handling" and "top speed" positions. The steering wheel operates the front wheels, too, and there's a LEGO Technic 8-speed transmission with paddle shifters. There'll also be a sticker pack included, with extra detailing. Lego even designed a brick version of the overnight bag that fits into its own very special spot in the compact storage compartment.Читайте также: Oil prices weighed by US crude stockpile, impending OPEC supply decision
There's only one color choice though, in this case a dual-tone blue color scheme reflecting the Chiron's hero hue.
LEGO says each model will get a unique serial number to identify it. The kit even comes with the Chiron's famous "speed key", which in the real vehicle is used to access maximum performance.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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