Even the W16 offers moving pistons !

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In your diaries: you will have to foresee in the next weeks, the next months, some quiet evenings, of concentration, to get rid of the last realization of Lego Technic. After the Porsche 911 GT3 RS, here is the Bugatti Chiron!

Announced a few days ago through a first teaser, the hypercar has just been unveiled at the Lego House in Billund, Denmark, the headquarters of the toy brand. For the occasion, even the president of Bugatti, Stephan Winkelmann had made the trip

"I am very pleased to introduce this new model," said Niels B. Christiansen, CEO of Lego. "Our Lego designers have done an outstanding job capturing the details of this Bugatti's iconic design, demonstrating that Lego bricks build everything you can imagine, and that Lego Technic delivers true replicas. It's a very big model that I'm really looking forward to building, I've always been passionate about engineering, and the details and design of this model are truly breathtaking. "

  Proposed at the 1 / 8th, this Bugatti Chiron Lego Technic is 14 cm high, 56 cm long and 25 cm wide. And it will overcome the 3599 pieces that compose it to be able to admire the many details that will delight the fans of the famous Danish briquettes. Indeed, the rear wing is active while the W16 allows to see the pistons move. Inside, the 8-speed gearshift paddles are also moveable. Lego Technic even pushed the vice to include a unique serial number on each model under the hood, including access to special content like exclusive podcasts behind the scenes of the design of this Bugatti Chiron, a Bugatti travel bag under the hood, and even the Speed ​​Key, the key supposed to activate the top speed of the car and which allows to tilt the flap.

The price obviously is not given: count € 379.99. Please note that this Bugatti Chiron Lego Technic is on sale this Friday, June 1st at the online store. For the most patient, it will be necessary to wait until August 1st to have the pleasure of going to get your box directly in stores!

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