Top Gear published a comic video in which Stig, a mysterious test pilot, infiltrates Danish Lego headquarters and hijacks a toy car.
At the Lego factory, Stig assembled a toy rally car, developed in conjunction with Top Gear. Using the Control + mobile application to control the car, and also tormenting the guards pretty much, the rider in a traditional snow-white suit left with his booty for the airport on the bright green Porsche 911 GT3 RS.
From there, he headed to Dunsfold on a British transmission race track to experience the Lego Technic Top Gear toy car. What time the machine showed is not specified. According to representatives of Top Gear, Stig declined to comment on these frames.
Lego Technic, co-authored with Top Gear, has been on sale since the end of last year. The set has 463 elements, and the company claims that the model got two unique details: a gear with an internal clutch for 28 teeth and a dark gray differential.