Enthusiasts built a model of the sports Chevrolet Corvette C8 from Lego setsOctober 28, 2019
Brick Hub specialists decided to assemble a smaller copy of the Chevrolet Corvette C8 sports coupe. To do this, they used ready-made Lego sets. Soon, Lego will release a set of parts for assembling its own copy of the American novelty, and for the convenience of assembly step-by-step instructions from Brick Hub will be put.
We can say with 100% certainty that the Chevrolet Corvette C8 2020 model year is one of the most popular cars of this year. Its high performance indicators combined with a very affordable price tag make this car very desirable for many speed lovers. It has long been known that potential owners of the car will be able to drive a completely new generation of sports coupe, which has now received a mid-engine engine layout, only in 2020 – the first deliveries are scheduled for the beginning of the year.
If patience is not your strongest point, then it is for you that Lego has released its new designer, which will allow you to assemble the Corvette C8 in a scale of 1:20. There are no moving parts in this set, with the exception of wheels, which, by the way, look very impressive.
Initially, this idea of creating this set came to the guys from the Brick Hub team, that is, this constructor was created completely from scratch. Enthusiasts encountered a number of difficulties – for example, instead of those elements that should be transparent, white details were used.
Another detail we like about this Corvette C8 is the engine compartment, which can be seen from the outside. It was covered with a transparent rear windshield cover.
If you’re interested in creating your own mid-engined Corvette Lego, the Brick Hub team has created step-by-step instructions for you.
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