$3.5 million Lamborghini SIAN FKP 37 displayed alongside its life-sized LEGO version at 2023 CIAS.
The LEGO Technic Lamborghini SIAN FKP 37 is painted in the Italian sports car brand’s official lime-green colour.
Consists of 400,000 Technic elements and took LEGO 8,660 hours (that translates to 361 days) to create.
The LEGO Lamborghini Sian is not drivable, unlike the LEGO Bugatti Chiron that was revealed in 2019.
A LEGO Technic Lamborghini SIAN FKP 37, painted in the Italian sports car brand’s official lime-green colour, was displayed alongside the original model during the 2023 Canadian International Autoshow (CIAS) in Toronto, Canada.
First unveiled in June 2021, the LEGO Technic 1:1 reproduction of the limited-edition Lamborghini SIAN FKP 37 hybrid car consists of 400,000 Technic elements.
LEGO said 8,660 hours (that translates to about 361 days) was spent in creating the finished product, including 5,270 hours of development, and 3,290 hours into the act of building.
While it’s not drivable, unlike the LEGO Bugatti Chiron that was revealed in 2019, the LEGO Lamborghini Sian still features detailed interior, as well as lighting created from LEGO Technic elements.
Inside the cockpit is a brick-built steering wheel emblazoned with the famous Lamborghini emblem and Italian flag as well LEGO-built dashboard controls and sports seats.
“The Lamborghini replica is a stunning model that is sure to be a showcase and one of the most popular stops for families at the show,” says Jason Campbell, General Manager of the AutoShow.
Also speaking at the Toronto auto show, Mr. Zelinka, one of the designers of the life-sized Lego Lamborghini Sian FKP 37, said :
“I noticed a little small mistake we made. I kept it to myself, and I thought, ‘We did a good job.’ It actually looks like the real thing.”
Unlike the one-off LEGO version, the real model, also on display at the Toronto autoshow, is a limited-edition hybrid hypercar, with each of the planned 112 units costing about $3.5 million.