Legoland Florida Resort has unveiled the newest in its Lego brick build fleet – the exclusive Lego Ford F-150 Lightning, now on permanent display outside the park’s Ford Driving School.
The one-of-a-kind, life-size model is the result of a partnership between Legoland Florida Resort and Southern Ford Dealers to celebrate Ford’s all-electric truck launch earlier this year. A team of 15 Master Model Builders spent more than 1,600 hours assembling the 3,730-pound build, which includes 320,740 Lego bricks – and at more than 19 feet long and nearly seven feet wide, it’s the largest (and first) electric vehicle model at any Legoland park in North America.
Fun Fact: The 1:1 replica is modeled after the Ford F-150 Lightning Lariat featuring a four-door crew cab design, a full-size truck bed, runner boards, and working headlights and taillights.
Click here for more information about the Lego Ford F-150 Lightning. Fans can also share photos of the newest member of Legoland Florida Resort’s brick build fleet on social media with the hashtag #LEGOFordLightning.