Brilliant Duo Built Life-Size Fully Functional Car Using More Than 500,000 Lego Bricks
Here's a thing that you won't believe actually exists: a life-size Lego that runs on air! It may sound unrealistic, but it's completely real! Steve Sammartino, an Australian investor and Raul Oida, a mastermind from Romania, built a fully functional life-size car out of Lego bricks.
The car is built as a product of the duo's Sue-per Awesome Micro Project and it took 500,000 Lego bricks, 256 pistons, $60,000 and 20 months to complete this masterpiece. The car, from rims to engine, is made completely from tiny Lego bricks with the exception of a few parts like wheels, tires and gauges. The radial engine that powers the Lego car can reach a speed of 20mph.
Watch the video and see this outstanding creation with your own eyes!
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