Lego built Dodge Charger from Fast & FuriousMarch 31, 2020
Lego Technic offers to build its own “monster”, which, according to the plot of the famous film, is able to overcome a quarter mile in less than 10 seconds.
The Lego brand has come a long way from a simple collection of blocks that could be put together into something vaguely reminiscent of an ordinary real-world object. Today, the company offers a collection of realistic, assembly-ready kits that include real-world vehicles such as the Land Rover Defender, Mini Cooper Rally Car, and movie cars like the James Bond Aston Martin DB5.
Lego’s latest offering relates to his very realistic Technic line and is based on the 1970 Dodge Charge, driven by Vin Diesel’s character, Dominic Toretto. Unfortunately, the release of Fast And Furious 9 (Fast & Furious 9) was postponed from May 2020 to April 2021, but at least this last Lego toy will give you the opportunity to play while practicing social distance.
As a Lego Technic model, the Charger has many realistic features based on the original 1970 car. Raising the bonnet opens the legendary version of the legendary HEMI V8, including moving pistons, a suspension arm, a steering system and the famous air duct. There’s even nitro bottles in the trunk to help Charger cover a quarter mile in 10 seconds or less.
Dominic’s Charger is so powerful that it can even fight Brian’s Toyota B Supra. To simulate this, Lego equipped the model with a wheel stand system that can lift the front into the air. After assembling the Charger, the device can be left in place in the wheel rack for demonstration.
Lego Technic’s Dodge Charger is designed for children 10 years and older and includes 1077 parts. As a result, the car is 38 cm long, 15 cm wide and 10 cm high and is valued at 99.99 US dollars. Pre-orders are already available, deliveries will begin on April 27, 2020.
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