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Not A Flamethrower Not Included
LEGO Tesla Model 3 Changes its Standard Paint Color from Black to White
Tesla. So Hot Right Now.
Sentry Mode in Bricksburg
LEGO Tesla Speed Champions cars regularly receive over-the-air software updates that add new features and enhance existing ones over Wi-Fi.
LEGO Tesla Speed Champions Goes Bankrupt
"Despite intense efforts to raise money, including a last-ditch mass sale of Easter Eggs, we are sad to report that Tesla has gone completely and totally bankrupt. So bankrupt, you can't believe it."
"There are many chapters of bankruptcy and, as critics so rightly pointed out, Tesla has them *all*, including Chapter 14 and a half (the worst one)."
"Elon was found passed out against a Tesla Model 3, surrounded by "Teslaquilla" bottles, the tracks of dried tears still visible on his cheeks. This is not a forward-looking statement, because, obviously, what's the point? Happy New Month!"
All Our Building Instructions Are Belong To You
Yesterday, there were no released building instructions for my LEGO Tesla Model 3 Speed Champions set. That is no longer the case. They have been added, in the spirit of the open source movement, for the advancement of LEGO Speed Champions electric vehicle technology.
My LEGO Idea was created to accelerate the advent of sustainable LEGO transport. Here's hoping we get to 10,000 supporters and this becomes an official set! Thanks for the support everyone!
"I could either watch it happen, or be part of it.” - Elon Musk (I'm pretty sure Elon supports my LEGO Ideas project.)
Panel Gaps Improved by ‘Nearly 40%’
Since I began piecing together the Lego Tesla Model 3, I have been very focused on refining and tuning both part and body connecting processes. The result being that the standard deviation of all gaps and offsets across the entire car has improved, on average, by nearly 40%, with particular gap improvements visible in the area of the trunk, rear lamps and rear quarter panel. Today, Model 3 panel gaps are competitive with Lego Speed Champions Audi, McLaren, and Mercedes models, but in the spirit of relentless improvement, I am working to make them even tighter.
Glad to hear that build quality has improved. But we're still waiting on those building instructions so...