The McLaren Senna is the latest automobile to get the full-sized Lego treatment. Reproducing the Senna in Lego blocks required almost 5000 hours’ worth of design and development and another 2725 hours of building. Ten dedicated builders put the 467,854 individual Lego pieces together; the finished model weighs 3348 pounds, or over 1000 pounds more than the production vehicle. For comparison, the road-going Sennas required 300 hours to build each one.
The 467,854-piece LEGO supercar uses parts from an actual McLaren Senna, including a steering wheel, infotainment system, seat, and pedals. You can even push the start button to cause the sound of a twin-turbo V8 engine to rumble through the speakers. McLaren badges and real Pirelli tires, plus working infotainment and light systems.
McLaren plans to roll out the Lego Senna at events this year, including at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in July. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.