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LEGO Technic’s very first Lamborghini takes the form of the brand’s first hypercar, the already sold out Sián FKP 37. Although it doesn’t have the real car’s monstrous 819 horsepower, it does have working steering, paddle shifters, transmission, scissor doors, and moving pistons in the big naturally-aspirated V12 engine. In total, the nearly two-foot-long model boasts an incredible 3,696 pieces, 97 more than the LEGO Bugatti Chiron’s 3,599, so keep track of all of them. There’s a custom piece of luggage in the front trunk with a serial number that unlocks secret online content. Other details include a huge rear wing, carbon-fiber-like trim pieces, fat gold wheels, and a special plaque. The $380 price tag is considerably less than the actual car’s $3.7 million sticker price. It goes on sale on the LEGO website on June 1st.

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