The 2020 Land Rover Defender made its world debut this week at the ongoing Frankfurt Motor Show.
Apparently, the iconic off-roader’s 21st century iteration wasn’t the only thing the British brand had in store for us.
The other part of the reveal is a scale model built by Lego Technic.
Built together with the automaker, the 2,573-piece kit features a host of realistic touches that will give any Land Rover enthusiast a treat while putting together their miniature model.
These include authentic body panels and wheels, three differentials for the four-wheel drive system, independent suspension, and a winch.
Just like the exterior, the cabin has a fully detailed dash and steering wheel, two levers that engage both high and low gears, and a gear selector.
Speaking of gearboxes, this one is a four-speed sequential type that Lego Technic says is its most sophisticated to date.
And yes, you can twist the rear door-mounted spare tire to gain access to the opening while lifting the hood will allow you to view the inline-6 engine underneath.
Lego Technic says that the new Land Rover Defender will be priced at around $199 and will go on sale beginning October 1—sooner than the real thing.
Are you ready to build your mini Defender?