Custom-built environmentally friendly cruising.
Someone has constructed a life-size Lego car, and it works.
The car is comprised of more than 500,000 Lego pieces and is based on a hot rod design.
The dials and wheels/tyres aren’t made of Lego, but almost everything else, including the engine, which appears to be powered by compressed air.
The Lego hot rod reportedly has a top speed of 30km/h, powered by four orbital engines with a total piston count of 256.
Nathan Lawrence is a freelance writer from Sydney and welcomes our Lego overlords. Track him down on Twitter.