Legoland Florida has unveiled a life-size model of a Ford F-150 Lightning truck that’s made of 320,740 Lego bricks.
The big, new, blue figure stands in front of the Winter Haven theme park’s Ford Driving School attraction.
A team of 15 master model builders spent more than 1,600 hours assembling the truck at Lego Group’s U.S. headquarters in Enfield, Connecticut, in mid-July. It weighs 3,730 pounds and is more than 19 feet long.
The Ford Mustang made out of Lego blocks that was previously in that spot remains at Legoland Florida in a nearby courtyard.
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The new replica is modeled after the Ford F-150 Lightning Lariat, an all-electric truck that debuted this year. The Legoland version has a full-size truck bed, runner boards and working headlights and taillights.
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