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You can watch Lego employees bring the car together from its development and planning stages all the way through construction.

It's lighter than the real thing

Even the tires are made from Lego bricks.

It's cool. But too bad you can't drive it like the real thing.

All it needs now is a drizzly camping weather, as it's located in Britain.

They include a tiny Peugeot, a 911 Turbo, and an off-road Wrangler.

We all need more Lego cars in our lives.

BMW Motorrad built a life size hover ride concept inspired by Lego.

The kit in turn was originally a BMW R 1200 GS.

Every Lego fan has wanted a full-sized version of a kit at some time or another.

See it live at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show.

People movers new and old, created out of our favorite brickish blocks.

It's not always easy to make a pile of bricks look like a real automobile.

Chevy adds Batman to its latest Real People, Not Actors ad. The focus group's reaction to the Lego Batmobile isn't what the caped crusader had in mind.

It's based on the Batmobile from The Lego Batman Movie.

The sheer size is amazing.

Or if a Chiron isn't your style, Lego has a few other options.

An airhead for Lego-heads.

Our latest installment of "vote for this project" is this Lego Ideas BMW motorcycle, which nails the quirky little details that make us twitch with excitement.

Add some Le Mans-winning Blue Oval to your Lego collection.

Minifig, checkered flag, and trophy included.

Vote for this project on Lego Ideas to make it happen. Now.

This 771-piece kit should be easier than building the real car, and cheaper.

This is one kit car you can put together without a garage and endless hours of labor.

If you like it, vote for it. It's that simple.

It sure would look great next to the Lego VW Beetle and Mini Cooper.

Everything's easier to understand with Technic.

A fan video reveals the inner workings of the Model X's falcon wing doors using those iconic plastic bricks.

The 2,704-piece kit has 856 individual steps to assembly. There are less detailed owners manuals.

When a time lapse takes 25 minutes, you know you're looking at several hours in real time. Somehow, we wouldn't mind that if it involved this Lego kit.

A round car made from square bricks.

Building it will take some time, too.

A new Lego Technic kit lets you park a massive scale model of a Porsche 911 GT3 RS on your bookshelf. It's available online on June 1 for $299.99.

Plastic carnage courtesy of the Hydraulic Press Channel on YouTube. It's kind of hard to watch.

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