A unique Ford Explorer rolling off the line today at Chicago Assembly Plant will feature the model's its trademark eye-catching craftsmanship with one notable distinction. This Ford Explorer is created from more than 380,000 LEGO bricks and marks the beginning of a long-term alliance between Ford and LEGOLAND® Florida theme park.
You can view a video of the Lego Ford Explorer rolling off the production line here:
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and have teamed up to create a very unique Ford Explorer. At first glance this looks just like the Explorer sitting in a Ford showroom, but if you look closer you will notice one big difference. This Explorer has been created using more than 380,000 LEGO bricks. The LEGO Explorer has been constructed at Ford’s plant in Chicago to kick off a new long-term partnership between Ford and the LEGO’s newest LEGOLAND theme park in Florida.
“Ford is excited to support the alliance between LEGOLAND Florida and the Southeast Ford dealers. The LEGOLAND Florida Explorer and the Ford Driving School attraction are great opportunities to showcase our products and safety messages to families and visitors in a unique way,” said Tracy Magee, Ford Experiential Marketing manager.
The red LEGO Explorer took over 2,500 hours to create and weights 2,654 pounds. The LEGO Explorer is now set to make the trek from Chicago to its new home in Florida via a trailer with transparent sides so that motorists can check out the special .