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Bugatti Chiron is $2.9 million, but the Lego version is only $350

Sasha Lekach

Lego's Bugatti Chiron car is one-eighth the size of the ultra-luxurious sports car, but it's 8,565 times cheaper.

The nearly $3 million baby blue speed machine got the Lego treatment with a replica version made up of 3,599 pieces. While the real thing has a top speed of 261 mph, the Lego replica doesn't exactly have that same 1,500-horsepower capability that set records last year. 

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Just because it's smaller doesn't mean it skimps out on details or any of the luxury features: it has spoked rims with low-profile tires, brake discs, and a W16 engine with pistons that move. Beneath the hood each car has a unique serial number.

Underneath that shiny veneer are a lot of engine pieces.

Image: LEGO Group

Inside the steering wheel has the Bugatti logo and a movable paddle gearshift. You can insert a key to switch the vehicle to top speed position. It's almost like sitting in the cockpit of one of the most expensive vehicles on the market.

A look inside the mini-Bugatti driver's seat.

Image: LEGO Group

You can even pop the "frunk" to store a Bugatti overnight bag. Classy.

The Lego Technic Bugatti car model is on sale at Lego stores and on the Lego website. The car itself is much more difficult to track down.  

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