In what could just be the coolest and wildest thing anyone has ever done with Lego, the company has built a full-size, drivable model of the $3,000,000 Bugatti Chiron. Built partly as a passion project amongst Lego’s creative team and partly as a promo to show off at the Italian Grand Prix, over a million pieces of Lego Technic went into the making of the life-size Bugatti.

The car weighs 3,306lbs (1,500kg) and took about 13,400 man-hours to build!

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Even the powertrain is made from Lego: 2,304 of the little electric motors to be precise

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The LEGO ‘toy’ car rocks 5.3 horsepower under its hood and has a top speed of 18mph

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It even has a working brake pedal and speedometer that shows how fast it’s going! Its electronics, including the lights, are powered by two batteries.

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Bugatti’s official test driver and former Le Mans winner, Andy Wallace, took the car for its first drive

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