Not everything is easy to build with Legos, isn't it? It took McLaren more than 2,000 hours to build this full-size 720S out of Lego bricks. McLaren took its bright orange supercar at this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed.
The only parts not obviously made of the little plastic pieces were the wheels and tires. As cool as the finished product is, one of the most fun things about building with Lego bricks is building it, and seeing everything come together. Fortunately, McLaren let us get a peak at the process by releasing this time-lapse video of the process. According to the video, the final model used 280,000 bricks, and it took a whopping 2,000 man hours to finish it. It's all condensed into a one-minute video.
One of the impressive things to note during the build is that the vast majority of the car really is made of the plastic pieces. Only a metal base and two structures on which to mount the wheels and tires weren't made of Legos. The Lego 720S also is clearly quite sturdy, as there are a number of times when builders are sitting on the hood section without any issue. It's a fun way to spend a minute of your day, so check it out above.