Lego Technic Bugatti Bolide

Bugatti Bolide and Lego collide

Riley Riley

The most extreme Bugatti ever, the track-only Bolide has been transformed into Lego Technic form.

Measuring 31cm long, 13cm wide and standing more than 8cm high, the Lego model is packed full of intricate details and immersive touches.

These include scissor opening doors, aerodynamic rims with low-profile tyres, detailed cockpit with turn-able steering wheel and a detailed W16 engine with moving pistons.

Finished in black and yellow, the Lego Technic Bugatti Bolide pays homage to the favoured colours of company founder, Ettore Bugatti, who specified many of his own personal cars in this timeless combination.

It comes complete with authentic sticker details to recreate Bolide’s ultimate evolution of the Bugatti design philosophy: ‘Form Follows Performance’ .

Bolide’s numerous air ducts and delicate front end, including the famous Bugatti horseshoe grille are brought to life in Lego form, with trademark wheel arch mounted vents and X-motifs applied as a sticker.

A large scoop, designed strategically as part of the roof, feeds air to the 8.0-litre quad-turbo W16 engine.

It curves gently into a stabilising tail fin while an enormous fixed rear wing is used for ultimate downforce.

An X-shaped tail light design provides a recognisable visual signature.

Head of Product Lego Technic & Speed Champions Niels Henrik Horsted said Lego Technic designers had done an amazing job capturing the details of this extreme Bugatti design.

“With Lego bricks you can build anything you can imagine, and with Lego Technic elements, you can build for real,” he said.

“I’ve always been passionate about engineering and this model’s details and design are absolutely fascinating – I can’t wait to start building it myself.”

The Bolide is unique in every sense, with exceptional Bugatti performance, power, design and track-focused driveability at its nucleus.

Having made a surprise appearance in 2021 at The Quail in Monterey, California, when a limited production run was announced, demand for  Bolide was instantaneous and unprecedented.

By the end of Monterey Car Week, all 40 examples of this radically light, track-oriented Bugatti were sold and assigned, with a unit price of four million Euros each.

First deliveries are scheduled for 2024.

The new Lego Technic Bugatti Bolide is available for sale in all international markets and can be bought from official retailers.


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