The full-size Ford F-150 Lightning Lego replica took 1,600 hours to complete | Rare Techy
People just can’t get off full size lego vehicles. The latest entrant into this strange world is blue Ford F-150 Lightning, which did Legoland Florida.
It was created as a theme park display, which is appropriate since Ford is its official automotive partner. Accordingly official video, it took an excruciatingly long 1,600 hours to assemble all 320,740 bricks. All told, this big bruiser weighs 3,730 pounds. That may sound like a lot, but it’s only a fraction of the truck’s actual weight at 6,015 pounds.
This is also working headlights, taillights and turn signals. How sweet is that? Just like the real thing F-150 Lightning, Lego recreation is also electric!
As you can see in the video, a lot of the heavy design lifting was done by computer software, which is truly a sight to behold. I love when silly things are taken so seriously.
Unlike regular F-150 Lightnings (or Lego Bugatti Chiron), you cannot sit in it. It has an internal skeletal structure beneath the exterior that keeps the whole thing from collapsing like a dying Lego sun.