Hottest Cars On The Road

Posted by Todd Hall on

Easily one of the greatest inventions in history, cars are still a modern day miracle. Thanks to these machines we get from A to Z and everywhere in between with ease and style. This week we are featuring just a few of these amazing machines built in bricks.

Our first featured car is by far the uniquest of them all. This cool creation is an actual sized functioning vehicle!

Air Powered Lego Car

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Max Speed: 18mph

Piece Count: 500,000 bricks

Fun Fact: This air powered beast was funded by over 40 individuals and companies. Although it doesn't go fast (purposefully designed that way to prevent busted bricks) this car is truly an engineering marvel.


The rest of the cars on our list aren't quite as big, but they are still just as stunning.

1965 Ford Mustang

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Max Speed: 120 mph

0-60 mph in 8.3 seconds

Price: Varies from $7,000 to $1,000,000 (At time of production it retailed for around $2,000)

Fun Fact: The Mustang was released in the middle of the year of 1964. It became extremely popular and took off in sales in its first full year of production 1965. 


Bugatti Chiron

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Max Speed: 261 mph

0-60 mph in 2.4 seconds

Price: $2.7 million

Fun Fact: The Bugatti Chiron has the capabilities to go much faster than 261mph, however the tires used on this model can't handle speeds any faster so for safety the max speed was electronically locked to 261 mph.


Lamborghini Veneno

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Max Speed: 221mph

0-60 mph in 2.9 seconds

Price: Approximately $4.5 million

Fun Fact: Only 5 of these were ever produced by Lamborghini. 3 were sold and 2 were kept by Lamborghini.


Shelby Cobra

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Max Speed: 134 mph

0-60 mph in 5.2 seconds

Price: Approximately $145,000

Fun Fact: Outside of the United States the Shelby Cobra is known as the AC Cobra

Thanks for checking out our blog this week. We hope you enjoyed these incredibly detailed models. If you have anything you want to see featured in future blogs let us know. 

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