The Australian built Toyota Camry from Lego in full sizeMarch 22, 2018
The company Toyota decided to follow the example of McLaren and also ordered a full-size copy of its car, assembled from the designer Lego. For this, the Japanese asked for help from a certified professional Lego from Australia, Ryan “Brickman” McNaught.
The specialist took eight weeks and 500,000 plastic elements to create a full-size plastic model of the Camry sedan, a new generation of which will soon appear in Russia. As for the copy from Lego, then anyone can see it in the Ryan McNaught gallery at the Melbourne Museum.
I must say that the McLaren for the construction of the mock-up of the sports car 720S took significantly fewer cubes of Lego. To create a plastic coupe layout, they used 267,300 parts. In works that lasted 2000 hours, eight people were employed.