LEGO® presented a full-scale Star Wars X-Wing fighter at the Paris Air Show

More than 1.5 million LEGO® bricks were used and 2,500 hours!

LEGO® presented a full-scale Star Wars X-Wing fighter at the Paris Air Show

LEGO® built a life-sized X-Wing fighter from Star Wars for the Paris Air Show. For the construction of the spacecraft builders used more than 1.5 million LEGO® bricks and 2.5 thousand hours of work.

The fighter will be presented from June 17th to 23rd at the exhibition of the aerospace industry - Paris Air Show. The dimensions of the spacecraft are ten meters long, nine meters wide and two meters high. The weight of the X-Wing is approximately two tons.

Last year, the LEGO® manufacturers assembled a full-scale model of the car Bugatti Chiron. Its creation took more than 13.5 thousand hours and 1 million parts of LEGO®.

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