Just like this Ford Explorer. Not that this is a tiny little minifig-sized Ford Explorer; this is a full-sized Ford Explorer made from 382,858 Lego bricks. Thanks to the wonders of time-lapse photography, you can watch it being built in just 90 seconds.
It’s a Ford promotional effort for its US 2012 Ford Explorer model. But it’s also life-sized! Sure, it might not be the most comfortable ride, but we’ve already seen that it’s possible to race Lego cars. I could even do it wearing a pair of Lego Nike Air Mags. [Jalopnik via Technabob]
I Want My Next Car To Be Built Out Of Lego
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