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The latest hand-built McLaren comes with dihedral doors, and you could make one yours!

The latest hand-built McLaren comes with dihedral doors, and you could make one yours!

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Say hello to Lego's latest Technic model, an 830-piece remake of the McLaren Senna GTR.

The model apes McLaren's famed attention to detail, sporting the actual car's beautiful aerodynamic curves, the same one-of-a-kind blue livery, as well as a V8 engine with moving pistons.

And apparently, the same wicked doors that are a signature of the McLaren brand since the F1.

Of course, just like all 75 examples of the real-life car, your Lego model will be exquisitely hand-built.

The McLaren Senna GTR Lego model will launch globally on 1 January 2021 at LEGO.com and all participating McLaren dealers.

"Just like the incredible engineers at McLaren do when designing their supercars, we really pushed things to the max so the resulting model perfectly honours the art form that is the McLaren Senna GTR," Uwe Wabra, Senior Designer, Lego Technic.

For ages 10 and up.

What do you guys think? This or the Lego Technic Land Rover Defender?

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Jamesc

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Simi diarrhea doors?

Help you come out very fast?

:a-happy:

What a silly name.

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