Если раньше каждая большая модель из Lego становилась сенсацией, то сейчас всё больше и больше делают полноразмерных автомобилей из кубиков конструктора. Последней работой стала копия Honda Civic Type R.

В натуральную величину Honda Civic Type R Lego

На создание макет "горячего" хэтчбека в натуральном масштабе потребовало более 320 000 кубиков, а также более 1300 часов работу команды из 9 человек, специализирующихся на больших моделях Lego.

Галерея: Life-size Honda Civic Type R Lego

В работе над "игрушечным" Civic Type R внимание было уделено даже мелким деталям. Например, весьма детально воспроизведены тормозные механизмы — алые суппорта получили даже логотипы Brembo как в настоящем автомобиле.

Гораздо более впечатляет, что машину собрали из абсолютно стандартных деталей Lego — никаких особых элементов для модели не делали. Макет построен с помощью официальных чертежей Civic Type R, а самой сложной работой было воссоздание стеклоочистителей и хитрого заднего антикрыла.

Полноразмерная модель построена на базе стальной рамы, которая должна выдержать вес макета в 1300 килограммов — почти как реальный автомобиль. Фары и фонари, кстати, функциональны и оптику можно включить с помощью приложения на iPad.

В ближайшее время Honda Lego Civic Type R отправится в турне по Австралии. Дебютирует модель в шоу Lego Masters 28 апреля на канале Channel Nine.

Источник: Honda

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One of the most iconic cars in the current Honda lineup, the Civic Type R, has been transformed into a life-size LEGO® model ahead of the much anticipated ‘LEGO® Masters’ show airing on Channel Nine from 28th April.

The passionate team behind the creation, led by global expert Ryan McNaught – LEGO® Certified Professional – used more than 320,000 LEGO® bricks in the build and took over 1,300 hours with a team of nine assembling each brick by hand.


Mr. McNaught expressed some exciting but technical challenges in building the Type R due to the unique shape and design of the vehicle – elements that attract award recognition worldwide.


“We’ve loved the challenge of this project. The car is shaped with a considerable amount of curved lines, making it a tough but interesting build. From the working lights and indicators to intricate LEGO® Honda logos, the detail on the model has been a fun one for us to work on”, said Mr. McNaught.


A steel frame supports the structure of LEGO® bricks, all glued together and is built completely by stock standard pieces. The car ‘comes to life’ with the help of an iPad which turns on the headlights, DRLs, fog lights, hazard lights, brake and reversing lights.


An actual Civic Type R and CAD drawings were used by the LEGO® Masters team to build their blueprint. They then built the car from the ground up, layer by layer. The most challenging elements of the build were the window wipers due to their fragility, and the back spoiler which needed structure to allow it to float.


The impressive build celebrates Honda’s support of the upcoming show LEGO® Masters, which will see eight pairs of LEGO® fanatics fight it out in a high intensity building competition. McNaught will judge the show alongside Australian radio and TV personality, Hamish Blake, as host.

Honda Australia Director, Mr. Stephen Collins said, “Honda is a company that is all about creativity and innovation so it’s great to support a family show that mirrors these ideals so well. Through LEGO® Masters we’ll see some of the dreams of the contestants, and also fans, come to life – we’re proud to be helping drive that.”


The multi award-winning Civic Type R was the ideal choice of the Honda Australia range to build due to its challenging lines which lends themselves to one of the most rewarding driving experiences in the hot hatch segment. The muscular and performance-focused design of the Civic Type R produces an ideal balance of low drag coefficient and aerodynamic downforce for increased road-holding and stability at higher speeds.


The LEGO® Civic Type R will be making appearances across the country over the coming months.