[YesAuto Wonderful Car Life] Not long ago, Honda Australia and Lego launched a full-size Lego Civic TYPE R made of 320,000 building blocks. It is reported that this car was built to promote the TV show LEGO Masters sponsored by Honda in Australia, a reality show in which players team up to PK the creativity and assembly skills of Lego blocks.
This Lego version of the Civic TYPE R was completed by a 9-person team led by Lego-certified design master Ryan McNaught. It took more than 1,300 hours to complete. In addition to the steel frame support structure inside the car, this car is built from ordinary Lego blocks. , All exterior lights can be controlled by an iPad.
Of course, this is not the first time that Lego has stepped into the building of 1:1 real cars. The models of Bugatti, McLaren, Chevrolet and other brands have been perfectly restored by manufacturers and enthusiasts with Lego blocks. The most amazing of these is the Bugatti Chiron released last fall. This one is made up of more than 1 million building blocks for Lego supercars, including 2304 Lego original power systems and 4032 Lego mechanical gears, which can output 5.3 horsepower and 92 Nm of torque. Lego is a brand that often surprises people. This time it has produced a 1:1 Civic TYPE R. Next time I don’t know which interesting model will appear. Let’s look forward to it together.