Life-Size Lego versions replicated cars look really appealing and fantastic. Last year, we have noticed some amazing full-size Lego cars like Bugatti Chiron. It is becoming immensely popular which can be proved by the latest report. Recently, a group of nine Lego fans who have previously developed the Honda Civic Type R with gold elements has now presented a life-size Lego version of the model and we cannot take our eyes off this excellence.

Meet Life-Size Lego Honda Civic Type R With Functional Headlights
Meet Life-Size Lego Honda Civic Type R With Functional Headlights

The Lego version of Honda Civic Type R has been implemented in Australia and is the hard work of more than 1,300 hours. According to the team, the car is developed with 320,000 bricks. It wasn’t easy for the team to complete this work and give the exact look of the Civic Type R, but it really happened. The professional team who were committed in this design succeeded to remain accurate to the Honda model’s unique design.

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Meet Life-Size Lego Honda Civic Type R With Functional Headlights
Meet Life-Size Lego Honda Civic Type R With Functional Headlights

The Australian Lego fans have noticed each and every smaller detail of the car and then accomplished this project. Just like the original car, the makers have copied the brakes and red calliper Brembo and it looks exactly the same. Most interestingly, the team has not made the custom bricks instead employed the standard ones. The idea of this life-size Lego is based on formal CAD drawings of the car. It team constructed the car using hands and not any special technique. They have assembled each brick from the ground up and layer by layer.

Meet Life-Size Lego Honda Civic Type R With Functional Headlights
Meet Life-Size Lego Honda Civic Type R With Functional Headlights

The 2019 Civic Type R runs on a 2.0-litre turbocharged inline-4 which is capable of making 306 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. The company is expected to introduce the next-generation model by 2020. Coming back to the Lego version, the team reported that the most challenging part was to model the window wipers and the rear wing. The bricks have been arranged on a steel frame. The overall Lego version weighs more than 1,300 kilograms (2,866 pounds), which is actually heavier.

One of the most interesting things is that the headlights and taillights are working via an application on an iPad. Like the previous Lego Senna or Chiron, the Honda Lego version cannot be driven as the wheels are of Lego as well. Although it’s yet really an extraordinary invention, essentially as concerned for the frame, no other techniques or elements were employed in its formation. The life-size Lego Civic Type R will be presented all over Australia in the near future. It is scheduled to debut on Sunday, April 28, on the “Lego Masters” event in Australia on Channel Nine.

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