McLaren, a car company known for making expensive sports cars, debuted the Senna model in 2018. Only 500 cars were made and sold out about $1 million each, and one recently sold at auction for $1.4 million.
McLaren has made one more Senna — though it's built out of Legos.
In March 2019, McLaren debuted a 1:1 scale Lego version of the rare McLaren Senna, in partnership with the toy company.
The full scale, life-size replica took 5,000 hours to assemble and comprises half a million, separate components, according to McLaren. It weighs 3,348 pounds, which is 1,102 pounds more than the actual Senna. While you can't drive this version, guests can climb inside, sit behind the wheel and hear a simulation of the car going at 208 miles per hour.
The car incorporates interior parts from the real Senna, including lightweight, carbon-fiber seats, steering wheel and pedals. The Pirelli tires are exactly as specified on the actual car and the doors open vertically.
There is also a toy-sized version of the lego car that has 219 and is available at toy stores for $14.99.
Last year, Lego partnered with Bugatti to build a life-size Chiron made out of 1 million Legos. The car was fully driveable.
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