Watching A Lego McLaren P1 Get Built Is The Next Best Thing To Driving One

Toys

That might be a stretch but it's still a damn good way to spend two minutes.

Perhaps the best use of Legos is to build supercars with them. Of course completing even the simplest of kits takes time and patience, two things some people don’t have in abundance. Thankfully there are time-lapse videos! We recently saw one where a Lego Ferrari F40 was built in a minute. This kit for the McLaren P1 isn’t as complex but it’s still a fun build to watch take shape. The stickers and the little man with the McLaren racing suit on really put this kit over the top.

Like real McLarens this one is constructed by hand. It may not have taken as much time or cost as much as the real P1, but dare to dream, especially if all you can afford is Lego.

You Might Also Like
14 New Cars You Have To See At The 2018 Paris Motor Show
14 New Cars You Have To See At The 2018 Paris Motor Show
9 Mid-Engined Corvette Concepts You've Never Heard Of
9 Mid-Engined Corvette Concepts You've Never Heard Of
4
PHOTOS
This Twin-Turbo Dodge Demon Has 1,400 HP And A Carbon Fiber Body

And it will debut at SEMA next month.

Ford Shifts Marketing Focus To Keep Customers From Leaving

Some customers are upset over the decision to kill off sedans and hatchbacks.

Ford Mustang Splits In Half In Illegal Street Race

This is the best example of dumb luck you'll ever see.

The World's Weirdest Wheel Designs

Sometimes the most basic customization tool goes drastically wrong...

Jaguar XE 300 Sport And XE SV Project 8 Create Modern Art

Two vastly different sports sedans that share a common thread.

LEAKED: Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Revealed At Private Event

This is the first pic we have seen of the supercharged range-topper

All-New Revolutionary Mazda3 Teased Ahead Of LA Reveal

Along with its game-changing sparkless ignition engine.

WatchThe Extraordinary Nissan GT-R50 Being Built By Hand

It’s all about bending sheet metal the old-fashioned way.

Here's How Aerodynamics Make The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ So Much Faster

Take a behind the scenes look at this amazing system.