Hammerhead Garage – Lego Final Fantasy XV

Joseph Z Lego Final Fantasy XV

It looks like the heroes from Final Fantasy XV (Noctis, Gladiolus, Ignis, and Prompto) have stumbled into some sort of Lego MOC. Just another detour from the main quest. You wouldn’t want them to actually do what they are supposed to (which you don’t, the main quest is…). You could say the game has a few hubs in the open world portion. One of which is the Hammerhead Garage. Home of Cid and Cindy. For some reason they are more then happy to wash all of the dust and spiderwebs off the Lego Regalia. This Hammerhead Garage MOC is the creation of Joseph Z.

Joseph Z Lego Final Fantasy XV Detail

Check out the Lego Final Fantasy XV Hammerhead Garage MOC over here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/92744506@N03/32465560106/

Red 66: A Red Lego Hot Rod On Route 66

Sylon-tw Lego Red 66 Detail

Nothing like speeding through the desert in a red hot rod. Just don’t break down, the vultures might get to you. It looks like it might be a bit too late for some poor backpacker. This little vignette of Red 66 is the creation of Sylon-tw. Every piece is carefully placed. Check out how slick the engine turned out. The ice-skating blade is a stand out detail.

Sylon-tw Lego Red 66

Check out this Lego hot rod MOC, titled Red 66, over here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/sylon_tw/32335948241/

The New Lego Batmobile Is Built By Chevy?

Lego Batman Batmobile Chevy

In one of the weirder marketing moments of this new year, it has been revealed that the new Lego Batmobile is “built by Chevy.” There is even an official website. It looks like Lego Batman paid $48,000,000 for  his new wheels. It has 120,000 lbs. max towing capacity, 20,000 horsepower, and comes equipped with 4G-LTE connectivity. Also listed as features are flame rocket boosters, fully-articulated wheels, and a standard 60.2L V100 engine. The Batmobile can operate in three modes. Race Mode, Monster Truck Mode, and Parallel Park Mode. The only downside… it seats 2 Minifigures.

Lego Batmobile Chevy Web

“Every angle, sharp as a tack. Every element, handcrafted for hot pursuit. When dreaming up the LEGO® Batmobile, designers drew inspiration from a combination of classic renditions and other-worldly shapes. The result? An enemy-evading machine that will draw stares and fend off foes in equal measure.”

Check out the commercial above, then go check out the official Batmobile website over at Chevy: http://www.chevrolet.com/all-new-lego-batmobile.html

Go Outdoors With A Lego 1974 Ford Bronco

Lino Martins Lego 1974 Ford Bronco

“In order to enjoy The Great Outdoors in style, you can’t go wrong with a classic 1974 Ford Bronco with swivel seats, wood paneling, and a working winch to pull you out of trouble when nature proves to be tougher than most other vehicles can handle. A canoe strapped to the roof makes this an ideal vehicle for leaving the city life behind for awhile. Remember, next time you’re out enjoying the wilderness, take only photos and leave only footprints. Nature will appreciate it!”

Lino Martins Lego 1974 Ford Bronco Rear

This Lego version of the 1974 Ford Bronco is the creation of Lino Martins, which you can find more details over here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/lino_m/28336395110/

When You’re Late For The Job

PSquiddy's Late For The Job Lego MOC

“Oh no, it seems like Mr. Craig’s Alarm Unit malfunctioned! He better hurry his way to work or a point might be added to his L4TE card!”

People do crazy things when they are late for work. Lego people are no different. Check out this Lego MOC by P Squiddy titled Late for the job! It is a perfect example of taking a solid MOC and creating a story around it. This isn’t just a flying car in the near/distant future, but a story being told about that future. The whole thing is achieved with minimal details, a few reactionary Minifigures is all it takes.

PSquiddy's Late For The Job Lego MOC Back

Late for the Job! is the creation of P Squiddy, and can be found over here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/71816275@N03/20553333840/

Top Gear Season 22 Trailer Has Gone Full Lego

Lego Top Gear Video

It is no surprise to see Lego and Top Gear working together. One of the hosts of Top Gear, James May, built a  full house out of Lego in Surrey. Although it didn’t work out as hoped, millions of Lego bricks were donated to charity after the house was destroyed. Now there is a full trailer for the new season of Top Gear, season 22, animated in 3D Lego. Seeing various cars rendered in Lego, including a 3 wheeler is fun. It works so well that it is a shame that season 22 is not entirely done in Lego.

“The chaps have been turned into LEGO for a new trailer. Stop what you’re doing and watch.

Jeremy is fast asleep, Richard has been cut in half, James has only gone and lost his hair, and The Stig’s body is missing. Suffice to say, then, just another normal day in the world of Top Gear.

In this behind-the-scenes clip, we can reveal exactly what goes on just before the boys appear on your televisual screens to present your favouritest motoring programme in the world. In a parallel LEGO Universe, that is. Yes, the chaps behind the world-renowned sticky bricks have helped us whip up an exclusive LEGO video.”

http://youtu.be/A7YDMt7jOfU

Lego Lowrider, Flamingo Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

Alex Jones's Lego Lowrider, Flamingo Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 01

It looks like the Lego Friends have a new ride, or maybe Homer Simpson upgraded the sedan. Either way this Lego Lowrider is awesome. Alex Jones (Orion Pax) created this MOC titled the “Flamingo Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme.” It is always interesting to see what people can do with Lego pieces, especially those that have a limited color palette. It features a tri-tone paint job (hot pink, pink and purple), with chrome accents and whitewall tires. The car has hot pink wood paneling and the windshield is even transparent pink.  This Oldsmobile has style.

Alex Jones's Lego Lowrider, Flamingo Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 02

Check out the Lego Lowrider: Flamingo Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, created by Alex Jones (Orion Pax) over here: http://orionpax.de/23/index.php/showroom/gallery/37/LOWRIDER

Alex Jones's Lego Flamingo Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

A Lego Poison Pinto

Nathan Proudlove's Lego Poison Pinto

Originally, the Poison Pinto is a famous Hot Wheels based off of the 1979 Ford Pinto Van. It may also be known as The Thing. Lego builder Nathan Proudlove was recently challenged to rebuild this iconic car with Lego pieces.  Mission accomplished. The Lego Poison Pinto features a spot-on lime green paint job, an exposed engine, custom decals, and redline tires. The end result is a very mean looking Pinto.

Nathan Proudlove's Lego Poison Pinto Grill

Check out the Lego Poison Pinto over on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/proudlove/15449222898/