The Lego version weighs about 1,300 kilograms and approximately 182 centimeters in height, 243 centimeters in width.
The car was put together by 18 people at Lego Master Builders in Connecticut (USA)–it was shown to the public at the Detroit International Auto Show.
The Lego version has working headlights and replicates many details of the original car. The assembly of the construction required about 2,000 hours and 334,544 details.
The collaboration between the automaker and Lego was spurred by an early exit on the Lego: Film 2 screens.
Similar experiments with Lego are not rare. In 2018, a full-size version of the Bugatti Chiron was assembled. And in 2017, Lego and Chevrolet created the Batmobile, in honor of the first Lego film.