Review: LEGO Bugatti Chiron (Technic Supercar Set 42083)

Hier nun die vollständige Rezension des Bugatti Chiron, seiner 3599 Teile, des Preises von 369,99 Euro und allem Drumherum. Ein Supercar im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes, kosten das Original doch über 2,2 Millionen Euro und regelt dann auch noch auf 420 km/h herunter … Enthalten ist auch ein Vergleich mit dem Porsche 911 GT3 RS von 2017 (Set 42056). Vielen Dank an LEGO für das Rezensionsexemplar aus der Technic-Serie.

Hier klicken zu dem Review-Video bei YouTube.

Hier klicken zu dem Unboxing-Video bei YouTube.

Über folgenden Link im LEGO Shop (z. B. den Bugatti) einkaufen und durch die Provision die Klemmbausteinlyrik etwas unterstützen:

Hier die offizielle Pressemitteilung in Englisch:


Where art, engineering and bricks combine

Billund, 1st of June 2018. LEGO Group and Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. have today revealed the new LEGO® Technic Bugatti Chiron. The 1:8 scale super car will be available from June 1.



The LEGO® Technic Bugatti Chiron model brings together the iconic design heritage of the French ultra-luxury car brand and LEGO Technic elements, with a reimagined version of the latest cutting-edge super car from Molsheim.


The new model was unveiled at LEGO House at the company’s headquarters in Billund by Niels B. Christiansen, CEO of the LEGO Group, and Bugatti President Stephan Winkelmann. The 1:8 scale LEGO® Technic Bugatti Chiron will be available from June 1, only at all LEGO® stores and, then all retailers globally from August 1, 2018.



“Thanks to their proven design and technology expertise, the LEGO Group and Bugatti are the epitomes of their brand segments. The LEGO Technic model of the Bugatti Chiron is an expression of this perfect relationship. I am impressed at the precision and refinement with which our super sports car has been translated into the LEGO world and I am sure that fans of both LEGO bricks and Bugatti will love this product.”


The 1:8 scale LEGO® Technic Bugatti Chiron replica model – measuring over 5” (14cm) high, 22” (56cm) long and 9” (25cm) wide and featuring 3,599 pieces – is packed full of intricate details and immersive touches. These include aerodynamic bodywork with an active rear wing, spoked rims with low-profile tires, detailed cockpit with movable paddle gearshift, and detailed W16 engine with moving pistons.


Open the doors and you’ll discover that there’s more to the cockpit than first meets the eye, featuring a LEGO Technic 8-speed gearbox with paddle gearshift and a steering wheel bearing the iconic Bugatti emblem.


Each individual model comes personalised with its own unique serial number, carefully stored under the hood to unlock special content on The set also features a speed key which enables you to switch the active rear wing from handling to top speed position.


Hidden discreetly under the hood, you will also discover an additional authentic Bugatti Chiron detail – the stylish Bugatti overnight bag.


Staying true to Bugatti’s heritage, the model features the classic duo-tone blue color scheme reflecting the brand’s signature colour, and a set of identifiable stickers for additional detailing and authenticity of the build.


Delivering a final ’artistic’ touch, the set comes enclosed in an exclusive box and includes a ’coffee table’ style collectors booklet with comprehensive building instructions.  Fans can also dive deep into the inspiration behind the design with series of nine exclusive podcasts featuring Bugatti and LEGO experts.


Available from LEGO® stores and from June 1

Über Henry Krasemann

Gründer und Betreiber der Klemmbausteinlyrik. AFOL.
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