The first vehicle that visitors see while walking from Geneva's airport to the city's auto show is not made of steel, iron or aluminum. It's made of Legos.
Lego and Bugatti have teamed up to construct a nearly life-size version of the Chiron that appears to be made entirely of the tiny plastic blocks.
Smaller Lego sets of the Chiron were on sale in Geneva for 439 Swiss francs ($439). The real thing sells for an eye-watering $3 million.
Here's a couple more shots of Lego's Chiron.
And here's a pic of the car's interior, just because it's so cool.