This is an LDD build of Chase's Narym from Lego City Undercover. The exterior parts are based on visual observations made in-game but there's a degree of guesswork and gap filling in places for practical reasons. I'm very happy with it overall.
About this creation
The car will hold itself together but you won't get a minifig in with the top on. I have no where near enough of the right pieces in the right colours so my test build was a bit patchwork.
Hey, Luc, how about you build a 1968-1979 Holden Monaro, Chevrolet Nova (North America)/Vega (South America, Latin America, and possibly Europe), Buick Apollo, Buick Skylark, Pontiac Ventura, or Pontiac Phoenix for your next build, please? Thank you.
Awesome, Steven. I wish that if there was a LEGO City Undercover sequel, that it would be multi-platform and that it would include real world vehicles. I would totally love that now that LEGO has its Speed Champions line. Do you think that LEGO could have something like that and to also put in a beefy set of races like the classic Midnight Club III: DUB Edition Remix, Project Gotham Racing, Forza Motorsport, Forza Horizon, Gran Turismo, and other racing games from the past and present in that game? I would love it if LEGO could do that somehow as well as make all new pieces. Muscle cars would totally be a good new idea for LEGO to experiment with, as Europe and other countries, particularly Australia and New Zealand, love American, British, and Australian muscle cars. Thank you for the help and as for the original poster of this vehicle, I love the design and keep up the good work, sir.
Quoting Steven Marshall
I was one of the Lego designers on Lego city undercover.
Chase's Narym was one of my designs, nice to see people building the vehicles from the game
Excellent work ;0)
Thanks Steven, that means a lot to me. There are some great original designs in the game and it's a shame there weren't more tie-in sets; who wouldn't want a rocket powered relocator?
I loved this design, especially using the curvy 'front 2x2 sport' pieces on the rear underside and the small details like the sand green studs behind the front bumper and the hinge bracket pieces on the underside.
Hope we get to enjoy more of your work soon, that last level was epic : )
oh...:) reason why i was asking becuse im working on a lego city undercover set something like this-->http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/361319 so i was trying to work on that:) and i acutuly needed to see it in a crash in order to see how its built!:)(youtube toutorial) if i could see what's under it i might.. i might know how its built.and build up.