This Car Made Of Lego Bricks Has A Top Speed Of 30 km/h

Romanian tech prodigy Raul Oaida, 20, used more than 500,000 standard Lego pieces to construct the vehicle.

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Here it is in action.

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The project was crowd funded, after Sammartino sent out a tweet which said: "Interested in investing $500 - $1,000 in a project which is awesome and a world first tweet me. Need about 20 participants."

The car was constructed in the Oaida family garage in in Hunedoara, 400 km away from Bucharest, before being shipped to a secret location in Melbourne, Australia.

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Sammarino told the BBC: "What I am is a technology enthusiast and I wanted to show what is possible when you crowd-fund an idea and use young talented people. I met this crazy Romanian teenager on the web and we came up with the idea but I knew that I couldn't afford to fund it,"