LEGO Full-Size McLaren Senna

Mar 26, 2019

Category: Rides

After the full-size LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron was built last year, we didn’t think the master brick builders would hit us with another jaw-dropping project so soon. To our delight, the LEGO Life-Size McLaren Senna shows that the toy company isn’t taking its foot off the gas.

Although it doesn’t surpass the brick-count of the one-million-piece Bugatti whip, it’s just as breathtaking to view. The 467,854-piece LEGO supercar uses parts from an actual McLaren Senna, including a steering wheel, infotainment system, seat, and pedals. You can even push the start button to cause the sound of a twin-turbo V8 engine to rumble through the speakers. Additionally, the wheels and Pirelli tires are mounted to the chassis and you can climb into the vehicle via the removable LEGO dihedral doors. Taking an insane 2,725 hours to build, this collaborative project between LEGO and McLaren is a true masterpiece.

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