In fact, it's also fully functional and by that we mean it is drivable with over a million Lego Technic pieces.
Packed with 2,304 motors and 4,032 Lego Technic gears wheels, the engine of the 1.5-tonne model generates 5.3hp and roughly 92Nm of torque - allowing it to reach a top speed of about 20kph.
The real Chiron is capable of producing 1,500hp and 1,600Nm from 2,000 to 6,000rpm and a top a speed of 420kph.
The outer"‘skin" structure is built from interconnected triangular segments made into a LEGO Technic ‘fabric’ designed to mimic the iconic shapes of the original Chiron.
This also includes a rear spoiler, front and rear-lights, detachable steering wheel, speedometer, seats, dashboard, steering wheel, and brake pedal - all fully functional and built with LEGO Technic elements.
The lifesize Lego version of the Chiron made its debut during the Grand Prix Formula 1 event in Monza, Italy on Aug 30 last year.