The 1:8-scale model of the world's fastest auto candidate is over 56 cm long, 25 cm wide and 14 mm high and, at a whopping 3,599 pieces, is probably the most detailed Lego model you can buy.
While it may not be quite as large as the actual auto, it's still a big model, even by LEGO standards. In the case of the Chiron, it has an active rear wing to mimic the real life one that automatically adjusts depending on your speed, a movable paddle gearshift inside the cockpit and a realistic W16 engine with moving pistons.
The model also features the classic duo-tone blue colour scheme, while a set of identifiable stickers adds additional detailing to the build.
Like the real Chiron, the Lego version is a complicated bit of kit.
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One final touch is a Bugatti overnight bag hidden under the hood, something that actual Chiron owners get included with their auto.
Inside, the cabin presents a faithful re-creation of the production vehicle, featuring the Chiron's dual clutch gearbox complete with working paddles.
LEGO says each model will get a unique serial number to identify it. The key also enables you to switch the active rear wing from the handling (maximum downforce) to the top speed (minimum drag) position.
Priced at $350, the Lego Technic Chiron is available now exclusively from Lego's retail outlets and online store. It arrives enclosed in an exclusive box with a "coffee table" collector's booklet with comprehensive building instructions.