LEGO Built This Life-Size Lamborghini Using Over 400,000 Technic Pieces

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Since its introduction in 1977, LEGO’s Technic line has served as an ideal medium for brick enthusiasts looking to take their building to the next level. From cars and trucks to planes and trains, practically anything is made possible with the various beams, gears, wheels, and axles that comprise the system. All it takes is a vision, the materials, and enough time to execute.

And a lot of it in the case of the life-size LEGO Lamborghini pictured before you. Numbering over 400,000 pieces in total and requiring a combined 8,660 hours’ worth of development and construction, this 1:1 scale model of the Sián FKP 37 makes for one of the most ambitious and detail-oriented Technic builds to date. Around the outside, it wears a first-of-its-kind paintbrush-effect coating done up by none other than the official Lamborghini car painter. What’s more, it comes in at the exact dimensions of the real thing, stretching 4,980mm long, 2,101mm wide, and 1,133mm high. But the best part is that, in addition to some eye-catching illuminated design lines, the buildable Sián also sports a set of fully-functioning headlights and taillights created entirely from Technic pieces. Check it out at the link below.

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