Legoland Florida Resort has unveiled its newest attraction – a life-size Ford F-150 Lightning made of Lego bricks. This is the latest addition to the theme park fleet of Lego bricks making fleet.
Patterned after the Ford F-150 Lightning Lariat in a four-door crew cab design, the 1:1 replica features a full-size truck bed, runner boards and work lights. Lego says it took 15 Master Builders to build the model, with work starting in July at Lego Group’s US headquarters in Enfield, Connecticut.
You can watch Lego making summary via video posted by Legoland Florida Resort on its Facebook page.
The Lego-sized replica of the electric truck required 320,740 bricks to complete, with builders spending more than 1,600 hours. Measuring 19 feet (5.8 meters) long and nearly 7 feet (2.1 meters) wide, the full-size Lego weighs 3,730 pounds (1,692 kilograms), or more than half the truck’s actual curb weight of 6,500 lbs (2,948 kg). .
According to Legoland Florida Resort, its newest attraction is the first and largest electric vehicle model currently on display at any Legoland Park in North America. To recall, the life-size Ferrari F40 arrived at Legoland California in May, using over 358,000 bricks.
A life-size replica of the Ford F-150 Lightning Lego is currently on display at the amusement park in front of the Ford Driving School. This attraction allows visitors ages 6-13 to tour Lego City as a cop, firefighter, taxi driver, or whatever driver they choose. They can even get a personalized Legoland Driver’s License in the Driving School store by passing a driving test.
Legoland Florida Resort tickets start at $84.99 per person for a one-day pass, which can be purchased in advance. The price per ticket varies by day and type of ticket.