Everybody flipped out last year when Lego Technic released a gorgeous Porsche 911 GT3 RS. But who would’ve guessed that an even more beautiful spectacle would be watching the 2,700-piece work of art participate in a crash test.
Thanks to the German auto safety group ADAC and c’t magazine, you can behold that spectacle in stunning slow motion. After dressing up the 1:8 scale Porsche in traditional crash test attire, the sadistic Lego enthusiasts sent the car hurdling towards a wall at over 28 miles per hour. It doesn’t take a genius to guess what happened next.
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