This driveable Lego Bugatti Chiron might be the coolest car at the Paris Motor Show
Welcome to the 2018 Paris Motorshow and the Lego stand, which is not something I usually say at a motorshow.
But behind me is the Bugatti Chiron.
There's actually a real one somewhere else over here.
But this [UNKNOWN] because it's made of Legos.
It's three million pieces of the stuff, Lego Technic, to be precise.
Now you might have seen videos of this a little while ago.
But it's extraordinary seeing it close up.
Because they've created this skin that you can sort of see through and then sculpted it.
They actually designed a specific tool to give it tension and then curve it in particular places to give it its overall look.
The lights, too.
Mimic, they work and they light up in the particular order they should for sure.
It's amazing to see the only thing you really got from a Spanish car is the wheels which gives it the appearance and the sense that it is a one to one scale model.
They drove it as well because it's got 2,300 little electric motors.
In the back of it, so it'll do up to 30 kiloms now.
Andy Wallace drove it at [UNKNOWN], and one can only assume that the ride is probably akin to stepping on a piece of Lego in the middle of the night unseen in [INAUDIBLE], I hope it's not.
The other thing I want to show you, though, because the rest of this stand is really quite cool if you like Lego.
Now They've got one of their sort of more usual creations here which is briefly [UNKNOWN] as an F1 car, but the thing I really like is- Follow me down here, follow me down here.
So they've got all of their normal models over the years that have been cars.
And so you've got things like this because, in the 1930's, Lego was wooden toys basically.
They weren't the little plastic bricks that we know and love today.
So you've got a fire truck there.
Go down here to the sort of simple ones that I remember from childhood.
Look at the top there.
One of the earliest of the Technique models with all sorts of working bits.
Come through here.
Mind you of the glass box.
Here we've got The model [UNKNOWN] which you might have seen, go and check it out foot lock and we are going to have a build video at some point of this [UNKNOWN].
We've also got a GT3 RS Lego Technics.
I love seeing these sort of things produced.
Let's go and have a look at some of the other ones just over here as well.
It's amazing, it's like a proper [UNKNOWN] down memory lane, because you just remember all these different models that are coming out.
You've got the Cars model there, and then somewhere down here, we've got one I actually built.
Here we go, Batman, come on, got the Tumbler in here.
And then round here
He brought an F-1 car, which is one I've actually built.
So there we are.
Somehow, it's cool.
You can build these cars out of small, rectangular bricks.
So that's the Lego stand.
Let us know, are there any particular favorites you've had over the years, any models that you really cherish and you feel inside of Lego And keep up to date with Car Affection.
Of course for all of the other more conventional cars at the 2018 Paris Motor Show.