Lamborghini have created a full size, 1:1 scale Lego model of the Sián!
The model has taken 3,290 hours to build, and is made from more than 400,000 bricks, 20 of which have been custom made specifically for this build. The end result is the same length and width of the Sián, but weighs 2,200 kilograms, which is considerably heavier than the electrified supercar!
The impressive project represents the end result of 5,370 hours of development and 3,290 hours of production to create a Lego build with the exact same physical dimensions as the real Sián. Yes, it's 4,980 millimeters (196 inches) long, 2,101 mm (83 in) wide, and 1,133 mm (45 in) tall, complete with functional headlights and taillights made entirely from Lego Technic elements.
A team of 15 design, engineering, and building specialists from the Czech Republic was responsible for the 1:1 Lego Sián replica.
The inspiration to build an actual replica of the Sain comes from the toy version created Lego. The toy version comes in with different piece that you put together and build your very own Lamborghini Sain.
The actual car is a head turner and once again Lamborghini and VW family group didn't disappoint. The Sián FKP 37 is the first super sports car powered by a V12 engine and hybrid technology based on supercapacitors.
Its powerful V12 engine, coupled with electric boost, creates an unrivaled gem of engineering and technology. Sián—lightning in Bolognese—is a name that captures the car’s true character, foremost its speed, which exceeds 220 mph (350 km/h).
Electronically controlled all-wheel drive system (Haldex gen. IV) with rear mechanical self-locking differential. The Sain can go 0 to 100km in 2.8 seconds.
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