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McLaren Senna: Full scale Lego model revealed
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27th Mar 2019
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McLaren Senna: Full scale Lego model revealed

McLaren Automotive has unveiled a very special version of its Senna track monster, which has been made entirely out of Lego. The full-scale 1:1 model took nearly 5000 hours to assemble, according to the British supercar specialist, and comprises of 467,854 individual Lego components put together by a team of 42 men and women from the Lego build team. Interestingly, the Lego Senna is actually rather heavy – at 1700kg, it's around 500kg more than the production car.
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James Wong
Bugatti Chiron gets the Lego treatment
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4th Jun 2018
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Bugatti Chiron gets the Lego treatment

Bugatti has become the latest manufacturer to team up with Lego for a brick-by-brick recreation of its car. Made up of 3599 pieces, the 1:8 Chiron model features a number of working, mechanical elements.
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Scott Collie
McLaren 720S: 280,000-plus piece 1:1 Lego project for Goodwood showgoers
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30th Jun 2017
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McLaren 720S: 280,000-plus piece 1:1 Lego project for Goodwood showgoers

That's right! Never mind the 161-piece Speed Champions series LEGO McLaren 720S announced in August - that's child's play. McLaren is bringing a 1:1 scale LEGO-fied version of its latest supercar to this week's 2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed, and it's comprised of more than 280,000 LEGO bricks. What’s even cooler, McLaren isn’t just rocking up to Goodwood with a finished full-size LEGO McLaren 720S. Instead, it'll be getting festival goers to help finish the epic build.
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David Zalstein
LEGO Caterham Seven set coming soon to a store near you
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14th Mar 2016
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LEGO Caterham Seven set coming soon to a store near you

Everyone's favourite kit-car is now a car-kit from LEGO. The LEGO Ideas program providing an official stamp of approval to the Caterham Seven model developed by an avid fan. You may recall back in 2014, we alerted you to the submission of the Caterham kit to the user-generated LEGO Ideas development program. The kit has now received 10,000 votes from the public and this week, a green-light from LEGO itself.
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