Take a look at the world's first full scale Lego McLaren Senna
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While this may just look like an extremely pixelated photo of the McLaren Senna, we can assure you that it isn't - it's something a lot cooler.
It has taken around 500,000 Lego blocks and a very long time to build, but this plastic machine is a thing of dreams.
As well as all the lego pieces, this machine contains a few genuine McLaren Senna parts, the driver's seat, the steering wheel, and the wheels are all off an actual model. You can even push the start button to hear a sample of the V8 rev.
Tipping the scales at 1700kg, the Lego Senna is around 500kgs heavier than its speedy counterpart.
It took 30 modelmakers 2,725 hours to build, which is around 2500 hours longer than what it takes a team to painstakingly put together a real one.
While the car looks perfectly functional, the doors don't swing on hinges and have to be taken off and wriggled into place every time anyone wants to move them. With each door weighing 70kg, this is far from an easy task.
Head designer Lubor Zelinka revealed that out of the 467,854 pieces, the build used 20,000 specially designed pieces that are unique to the build.
If you want to see the incredible creation in person, you'll have to head overseas to do so. It will be parked up at a few events over the UK summer including Goodwood Festival of Speed in early July.