BMW’s not the only company that can make cool videos of their products driving in ways most of us only wish we could. Lego is getting in on the action with a drifting video starring their new Lego Technic Getaway racer.
Lego has long been fulfilling our tiny car needs, with kits like their Porsche 911 GT3 RS, Ferrari F40, a 24 Hours of Le Mans prototype, and a massive collection of race cars, heavy equipment, and vehicles from our favourite movies. Those kits have frequently taken the place of the real thing, and filled imaginations with thoughts of what could be. Now they’ve decided to show off their line with a flame-throwing, tire-spinning, Camaro-jumping tribute. It’s a look at what Lego kits do after we turn off the lights, and, let’s face it, is what the cars do in our minds anyway.
The video was produced using Tongal studio. Tongal is a crowdsourced studio where businesses post projects and their creative community generates pitches. Those pitches are reviewed by the business, and finally, the winning pitches are produced. Tongal has been involved in multiple Lego videos, including this car-theft themed video, a previous Lego and Tongal competition winner.
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