Discover 10 ‘top-of-the-line’ LEGO supercars that are as good as the real thing

Let’s take a look at 10 real LEGO Technic models with that can even drive.

LEGO Technic lets you build some of the most unique car models. But in addition, there are car models assembled with real people, meticulous in every detail. All of them are made entirely of LEGO bricks and are even playable.

Let’s take a look at 10 of the most realistic LEGO Technic models in size and design, and users can even move around on these “model” cars.

Ferrari SF70H Formula 1 car

Built in partnership with Scuderia Ferrari in 2017. The F1 car is made up of 349,911 Lego bricks and took 750 hours to assemble. What’s really interesting is the difference in weight between the original and the LEGO version. The real version of the F1 weighs around 728kg including fuel and driver, while the Lego version weighs 567kg.

Honda Civic Type-CHEAP

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The life-size LEGO car was built to celebrate the LEGO Masters on Australia’s Channel Nine. The car has functional headlights and taillights that connect to an app where you can control them. The Honda Civic Type-R was built using more than 320,000 LEGO brick “bricks,” all glued to a steel frame to support the structure, and it took more than 1,000 hours to create this stunning replica. The team behind the project said the hardest parts to build were the flimsy wipers and rear spoiler, which required a different structure to stand out.

Ford Mustang 1964.5

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The LEGO Master Builders team showcased this life-size LEGO classic American car at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway before heading to LEGOLAND Florida. “Brick Pony” took more than 1,200 hours and used 194,900 bricks. The Ford Mustang 1964.5 LEGO model weighs approximately 576 kilograms and is 4.5 meters long, 1.8 meters wide and 1.2 meters high.

Chevrolet Silverado LT Trail Boss 2019

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Made by the Chevrolet team and students from the Oxford Community Schools inaugural LEGO Awards and Detroit Ralph Waldo Emerson Elementary School’s Moving World program. The car was unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in 2019. It is 1.8m high, 6m long, 2.4m wide and weighs about 1500kg. The 18-person team spent 2,000 hours and 334,544 parts to assemble the model.

McLaren 720S

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This LEGO replica of the original supercar was part of the 2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​before it moved to the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. Here, visitors can build and customize their own miniature LEGO Speed ​​Champions McLaren. Supported by more than 280,000 bricks on a steel frame, the car weighs 1,451kg, which is ridiculously heavier than the actual version’s 1,419kg. The total time the team has given this supercar is more than 2,000 hours. The special thing is that the car is also equipped with real wheels and Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires.

McLaren Senna

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After the success of the McLaren 720S at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, LEGO and McLaren thought it would be a good idea to unveil another supercar at the same festival next year. Half a million bricks were used this time, 467,854 of the steel frame to be precise. The McLaren Senna was built in the Czech Republic and took the team more than 4,935 hours to complete.

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Like other McLarens, the Senna weighs 1,700kg, compared to 1,000kg for the real version. The Senna LEGO even has a carbon fiber driver’s seat, steering wheel, pedals, infotainment system, wheels and tires. They also added a speaker that simulates the Senna’s twin-turbo V8 engine.

Porsche 911 GT3 RS

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Not much is known about the life-size model, other than that it is located in the Scandinavia Mall in Stockholm, Sweden. However, this LEGO car is the first in a new series of Technic supercars, with a total of 2,704 bricks. It perfectly simulates the smaller LEGO vehicle versions as well as the original.

Lamborghini Sian FKP 37

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The Sian FKP 37 was recently built in 2021 by the LEGO Group and Automobili Lamborghini. A team of 15 took 8,660 hours to develop and produce the supercar from more than 400,000 parts. It’s the same size as the original, but weighs 2,200kg, about 400kg more than the live-action version. The headlights and taillights are functional, while the exterior is covered with a first coat of brush effect UV paint applied by Automobili Lamborghini official car painters. The full brick steering wheel is decorated with the Lamborghini logo and the Italian flag.

Toyota GR Supra

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Back in 2021, the LEGO Group made a life-size brick version of the GR Supra to celebrate the nameplate’s 35th anniversary. The 1:1 scale LEGO car is made up of 477,303 bricks, and the LEGO team spent 3,000 hours sketching and another 2,400 hours assembling the car. What’s really unique about this car is that it can be driven.

A life-size GR Supra made out of LEGO and ready to drive. Sure, it’s not as good as the original, but it’s still capable of a staggering 28 km/h top speed.

Bugatti Chiron

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The Bugatti Chiron is number one for two main reasons. First of all, the Bugatti Chiron is one of the fastest cars in the world. Finally, here’s the first life-size LEGO version you can drive. The supercar was tested by official Bugatti test driver and former Le Mans winner Andy Wallace at the Ehra Lessien proving ground, where it was tested alongside the original Chiron. Similar to the original, it features genuine Bugatti Chiron wheels and emblems.

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Built from 1,000,000 bricks without any glue, the Bugatti Chiron took approximately 13,438 hours to sketch and assemble. The LEGO version of the supercar is 1,500kg heavier than the original. It has an electric motor that delivers 5.3 horsepower and an estimated 67.9 pound-feet of torque. foot. The builder’s team also added a functional rear spoiler and speedometer, built entirely out of LEGO Power Functions and Aerodynamics and the Technic set.