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  • Lego Ford Explorer at Legoland

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  • Lego Ford Explorer at Legoland unveil

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  • Lego Ford Explorer in the crowds at Legoland

  • Lego Ford Explorer in the crowds at Legoland

  • Lego Ford Explorer in the crowds at Legoland

  • Lego Ford Explorer at Legoland

  • Lego Ford Explorer at Legoland

  • Lego Ford Explorer at Legoland



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    We've heard it before: Kids today don't care about cars, and many are ambivalent about whether they will even drive or not. As hard as it might be to understand that mentality for some of us, it's a bigger problem for the automakers, who have lately been bending over backwards and jumping out of planes to appear relevant to young people.

    We've heard it before: Kids today don't care about cars, and many are ambivalent about whether they will even drive or not. As hard as it might be to understand that mentality for us, it's a bigger problem for the automakers, who have lately been bending over backwards and jumping out of planes to appear relevant to young people.

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