We’re ready to take a bow in front of whoever built this
The options are virtually endless when it comes to emulating rear-life cars using Lego’s plastic bricks.
We’ve seen highly accurate Lego car sets and 1:1 builds, just like this 2019 Silverado 1500 LT Trail Boss.
Thanks to 334,544 Lego pieces, a lot of patience and 2,000 hours of manual labour from 18 builders, students from Oxford Community School were able to build a life-size replica of the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 in LT Trail Boss attire.
The end product tips the scales at 3,307 lb and is 20 ft long, 8 ft wide and 6 ft tall. This however, is not the first collaboration between Chevy and Lego.
Back in January 2017, the carmaker used 344,187 of the famous plastic bricks to create a 17-ft-long Batmobile which took the stage at that year’s Detroit Auto Show.
Below you’ll also find a video of the Lego Silverado build process.