Toyota has just unveiled a special version of Toyota Camry which is made with over 500,000 Lego bricks in Melbourne, Australia. Lego is a line of plastic construction toys that are manufactured by The Lego Group.
One very special Toyota Camry is made from over 500,000 Lego bricks
The carmaker has spent more than 900 hours during 8 weeks to finish the work. That is 40 times as long as assembling one prototype from welding, painting to the final test.
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The Logo-made Toyota Camry weighs about two tons, 0.4 tons more than a real car. It’s so interesting that this Camry was designed by one of the 14 certified Lego professionals worldwide, Ryan 'the Brickman' McNaught. The car also features several cool gadgets, namely Toyota logo on the alloy wheel, headlights, brake and functional indicator lights.
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Life-size Toyota Camry is produced from half a million Lego bricks
The special Toyota Camry is being displayed at the Brickman Awesome exhibition, at the Melbourne Museum Plaza, Melbourne, Australia.
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