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.
The hot rod was the brainchild of Raul and Melbourne-based entrepreneur and marketer Steve Sammartino.
Here it is in action.
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.
It took 18 months to build, and features four orbital engines and 256 pistons.
And it runs on compressed air.
The young Romanian designer is making a name for himself online, having previously built a jet engine-powered bicycle.
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