A group of brick artists have created a life-sized McLaren Senna using 467,854 LEGO pieces, and it weighs in at a hefty 3,748 pounds, or approximately 1,102 pounds heavier than its real-life counterpart. The entire creation took the team 4,935-hours to complete, with the assembly alone taking ten people 2,725 of those hours. Just for reference, the actual Senna hypercar takes only 300-hours to build. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
“McLaren will display the Lego Senna at events all over the world this year. The only showing the company will confirm for now will be an appearance at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in July. This Senna is far more sophisticated than McLaren’s previous full-size 720S. That model was 267,300 Lego blocks and didn’t have a visible interior. Instead, the builders simply used gray blocks to create the windows,” reports Motor1.