Brand new model of the Chevrolet Silverado 1500LT 2019 model year has got a new look thanks to the LEGO – car was assembled in full at the motor show in Detroit in partnership with Warner Bros. Pictures.
The truck was collected by students of Oxford public schools and the Detroit program of Ralph Waldo Emerson “the World in motion” under the supervision of the company’s Chevrolet, and for the completion of the project required more than 2,000 hours of work.
In the end, Silverado LEGO has a height of 1.8 meters, length 6 meters and width of 2.43 meters. It weighs about 1500 pounds, and for the construction of the model was used approximately 334 544 “brick” LEGO, each of which were selected manually.
The most commonly used accents of red LEGO size 2×8, and what is even more interesting, the car was fully working lights and unique graphic details.
The car was assembled as a promotion of the new animated film “The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part”, which debuts in theaters in February, and there will be the new Silverado High Country.