at NAIAS 2017chevrolet debuted a life-sized LEGO batmobile using more than 300,000 bricks. taking more than 222 hours to design and 1,833 hours to build, the vehicle measures 17-feet long and features stud shooters and a roof ‘ejection’ function, designed to ‘strike fear in the heart of any villain.’

chevrolet LEGO batmobile
the vehicle took more than 222 hours to design and 1,833 hours to build

 

 

created in collaboration with students from detroit’s cody rouge community, a world in motion and first LEGO league, chevrolet’s batmobile measures an enormous 7 feet high, 17 feet long and more than 9 feet wide. designed and assembled in the LEGO model shop in enfield, connecticut by master builders, the vehicle is made from 344,187 bricks in a spectrum of 17 colors. the car was inspired by batman’s speedwagon featured in ‘the LEGO batman movie’, set to hit movie theaters in the US on february 10th, 2017. an accompanying website details the vehicle’s fun features, with ‘every element handcrafted for hot pursuit.’

chevrolet LEGO batmobile
chevrolet debuted the life-sized LEGO batmobile at NAIAS 2017

chevrolet batmobile
chevrolet’s batmobile measures an enormous 7 feet high, 17 feet long and more than 9 feet wide

chevrolet batmobile
the car has been designed and assembled in the LEGO model shop in enfield, connecticut by master builders

chevrolet batmobile
344,187 bricks build the vehicle in a spectrum of 17 colors

chevrolet batmobile
the car is inspired by batman’s speedwagon featured in ‘the LEGO batman movie’

 

 

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presented at NAIAS 2017 in detroit 
photo by steve fecht for chevrolet

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