We can't wait to build it.
It has been updated since the last time we saw it.
It has a W16 engine and functioning 8-speed transmission.
This life-size lego replica of the Toyota Camry took over 500,000 Lego bricks and over 8 weeks to assemble. It was designed by Ryan 'The Brickman' McNaught who is 1 of only 14 Lego certified professionals in the world. The lego replica was made as a fun way to introduce the new Toyota Camry to the Australian market.
Lego has done it again: It has created yet another awesome automotive model kit that's calling out to our wallets. In this case, it's a Lego Technic kit of the Mack Anthem semi-truck. It's a particularly realistic-looking model, capturing the real truck's blocky exterior to a T, especially the bold vertical chrome bars in the grille. The tiny Mack bulldog hood ornament is a great touch, too. The interior is fully detailed, with seats and the horizontally oriented steering wheel.
Will it reach 1000 mph – or enough backers?
LEGO + cars = us happy
Even the tires are made from Lego bricks.
It took a lot longer in real time.
It's cool. But too bad you can't drive it like the real thing.
All it needs now is a drizzly camping weather, as it's located in Britain.
We all need more Lego cars in our lives.
Every Lego fan has wanted a full-sized version of a kit at some time or another.
People movers new and old, created out of our favorite brickish blocks.
It's not always easy to make a pile of bricks look like a real automobile.
Chevy adds Batman to its latest Real People, Not Actors ad. The focus group's reaction to the Lego Batmobile isn't what the caped crusader had in mind.
The sheer size is amazing.