Here’s something we’ve never seen before: a life-size Lamborghini Sian FKP 37 made 100 percent out of thousands of LEGO pieces.
This LEGO Lamborghini Sian took over 400,000 pieces, 8,660 hours to complete and weighs in at a whopping 4,850 pounds.
That’s almost 1,000 pounds more than an actual Lamborghini Sian that you can drive on the road.
The life-size LEGO Lamborghini Sián measures 196 inches long – the same length as the real thing – and LEGO actually took the car to Lamborghini so they could apply the paint job to the finished product.
It took a team of 15 people, using 154 different types of Lego Technic pieces, including 20 elements that were created specifically for this model, 5,370 hours (the equivalent of 223.75 24-hour days) to develop it and another 3,290 hours (137 days) to snap all the pieces together around a metal frame.
Those headlights and tailights, which work, are also made from actual Lego Technic pieces.
So, using the average price of your average LEGO brick of around 11 cents, the LEGO Lamborghini Sián would run you around $44,000 in LEGO parts.
When compared to the cost of an actual Lamborghini Sian FKP 37 is somewhere around $2.6 million it’s really quite a bargain.
Unfortunately, you won’t be able to drive it, but just think of all the money you would save on gas!