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You Can Fit This Bugatti on Your Coffee Table

You Can Fit This Bugatti on Your Coffee Table
Bugatti Automobiles and LEGO Group have unveiled the LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron, a 1:8 scale model of the car company’s Chiron vehicle. 

The new toy model measures more than 5 inches high and 22 inches long and features the signature details of the Chiron car including aerodynamic bodywork with an active rear wing, spoked rims with low-profile tires, detailed cockpit with movable paddle gearshift, and detailed a W16 engine with moving pistons.

LEGO has also included a LEGO Technic 8-speed gearbox with paddle gearshift, a steering wheel sporting the Bugatti emblem, an overnight bag, coffee table-style collector’s booklet with building instructions and more.

Each model comes with its own universal serial number that can be used to unlock special content on

 “I am very excited about this new model. Our LEGO designers have done an amazing job capturing the details of this iconic Bugatti design,” says Niels B. Christiansen, chief executive officer, LEGO Group. “It truly stands as a testament that with LEGO bricks you can build anything you can imagine, and an example that with LEGO Technic, you can build for real. It’s a huge model that I can’t wait to start building myself. I’ve always been passionate about engineering and this model’s details and design are fascinating.”

The 1:8 scale LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron is available now at all LEGO stores and online at The car will become available at retailers worldwide in August.

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