A Lego Technic set made up of a couple of thousand bricks and pieces? That’s cute. Oh, this? Well, it’s nothing really—just a life-sized brick version on the current-generation Toyota Supra complete with functioning lighting units and a brick interior.
Yes, the Danish toy manufacturer is at it again: Turning real cars into brick toys, then proceeding to turn said toys into life-size brick cars. This is always mind-bending stuff and, frankly, it never gets old. Look:
For the Supra, Lego’s made use of 477,303 bricks and gone the extra mile when it comes to interior detailing. The dashboard? Bricks. Shift knob? Bricks. Seats? Yes, you got it right. We admire the dedication, though we can’t imagine all this helps when it comes to comfort and ergonomics.
Oh, and this thing actually drives, too. The Lego Toyota Supra can run at a maximum speed of 28kph via an electric motor. It would’ve been neat to see it go faster, but that limit should do, lest you exit the vehicle with Lego bricks permanently embedded in your bottom.
Sincerely, from the bottom of our hearts, we thank the souls who toil building these things every time a worthwhile new performance car is released. What model would you like to see come to life in Lego form next?
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