Two days ago was Lego's 60th Anniversary. The iconic building blocks have influenced children around the world, and their Technic division loves to show off the inner workings of complex machines. It has also inspired new forms of cursing thanks to foot-induced trauma. We suggest keeping your bricks illuminated at all times, lest they migrate to the kitchen at night.
In the same way the Lego-Porsche 911 GT3 RS used perfect scale replicas of the car's components, the Bugatti Chiron will be just as fun to assemble. A quick glance at the parts shows us two W16 engines, along with a few of the driveline components. As you probably know, the Bugatti Chiron is the successor to the record-breaking Veyron series. The 8.0-liter W16 engine has been updated with port injection in addition to the direct injectors. Instead of four equally sized turbos, two pairs of sequentials offer a much wider torque curve. To make sure your children are safe, Lego will probably crash test this bug-sized Bugatti much like they did with the Porsche. It seems as if the talent of the Danish toymakers is nearly limitless, so tell us which kit you like the best in the comments below.