Swedish Enthusiast Constructs Life-Size Car from LEGO Bricks
In an impressive feat of craftsmanship, a Swedish man has meticulously assembled a life-size Volvo car out of LEGO bricks that closely resembles the real deal.
The project, which has not yet been completed but looks stunning nonetheless, has been the focus of a passionate builder for nearly a year, according to Blikk.hu. The construction represents a 1:1 scale model of the brand's V70 model.
The architect behind this LEGO masterpiece is the true LEGO aficionado David Gustafsson from Sweden, who won over 400,000 LEGO pieces in a competition a few years ago. His victory sparked the motivation to construct a full-size LEGO replica of the VOLVO V70, a car he personally drives.
Gustafsson's LEGO vehicle features everything from the steering wheel to the seats and even the dashboard, all made from the iconic plastic bricks. The doors open as expected, and the lights are fully functional, adhering to the design of their real counterparts.
Those interested in the project can follow the various stages of the continuous building process on brickscale.com. While the car's foundation is a metal frame and the wheels are not made of LEGO bricks, this ensures the vehicle moves smoothly.
Stay tuned for further updates as this unique LEGO construction approaches completion.