Life-Sized LEGO Star Wars X-Wing

Lego X Wing Top Down
Lego X Wing Top Down

With the landing of the LEGO® Star Wars™ X-Wing™ on the longest glacier of the Alps, LEGO also celebrates a very special partnership: The license agreement signed over 20 years ago between the LEGO® Group and Lucasfilm started an intergalactic success story which has connected people across generations and countries ever since.

The LEGO® Star Wars X-Wing built entirely from 2.5 million LEGO® pieces by LEGO® Certified Professional Georg Schmitt, along with a 10-person team, spans an impressive 10 x 10 metres. The building of the LEGO® Star Wars™ X-Wing™ took over 1,500 hours of work.

  • On October 4th, “The Force Friday”, a life-sized LEGO® Star Wars  X-Wing™ built from 2.5 million LEGO® pieces landed 3,454 metres above sea level on the Jungfraujoch – “Top of Europe”.
  • This makes the Jungfraujoch the highest point on our planet on which a LEGO® Star Wars X-Wing starfighter has ever landed.
  • As of 4 October, ten new LEGO® Star Wars sets from the film “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” are available worldwide.
  • With LEGO® Star Wars, one of the most popular LEGO® product lines continues the Skywalker saga in the year of its 20th anniversary.

Life-Sized LEGO Star Wars X-Wing Image Gallery

GRINDELWALD, SWITZERLAND – OCTOBER 03: A LEGO Star Wars X-Wing Starfighter is build up at the Jungfraujoch ‘Top of Europe’ in Switzerland ahead of “Triple Force Friday” on October 03, 2019, near Grindelwald, Switzerland. The lifesize LEGO Star Wars X-Wing Starfighter is built out of 2,5 million LEGO bricks and has a size of 10 x 10 meter. (Photo by Jan Hetfleisch/Getty Images for the LEGO Group)

Fans can look forward to ten new LEGO® Star Wars sets, which are available in shops worldwide from October 4th 2019CHECK OUT ON AMAZON. In addition to new LEGO® Star Wars products from the film “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker”, which is coming to cinemas in in December 2019, there will be a new edition of the Yoda bust as well as a new version of the popular Millennium Falcon, with which young and old can create their own personal adventure on the search for Kylo Ren’s shuttle. The story will continue to be written with LEGO® Star Wars– “The Force is in your hands”!