While it doesn’t really look like you would be able to get behind the wheel of this 911 and drive away, we can’t just help think about the hours that were needed to assemble this real-life size replica of the Lego kit.

While the 704 pieces and needs countless hours of work to make it happen, this project envisions the full-sized version of the race car. People can glance the build at the Mall of Scandinavia in Stockholm, Sweden. The exterior is utterly impressive and follows to heart the details of the Lego kit – not the actual car. This means the car’s shape, including the wheels, has been captured using the iconic plastic blocks. But even more so people will be impressed with the craftsmanship of the builders when they see the interior, which exudes quality as it includes seats, a steering wheel, and even decals for the 911’s gauges. We would even dare sitting inside.

There’s no information to the actual builders of the scale model, but it’s known that official Lego connections have been established with different venues around the world. The kit is placed on a platform with Lego Technic branding, and the replica is the same color as the new kit. The Lego Technic 911 GT3 RS kit hit certain markets this month and costs $299.99 in the United States.

Via GT Spirit