After leaking briefly back in June, the Lego Technic 42110 Land Rover Defender had been officially revealed, and it looks... just like a Land Rover.
There's no new information - it does indeed have 2,573 pieces and will retail for £159.99. The official announcement was made at the Frankfurt Motor Show where Land Rover unveiled its real life Defender.
The Technic Land Rover Defender has some pretty impressive features, probably because Land Rover worked with Lego to help create something as close to the actual car as possible.
It features "in-line six-cylinder engine, gearbox with high and low ratios, independent suspension, expedition roof rack and working winch" as well as functioning steering wheel and doors. You can even fold the rear seats forward, and as well as the winch and roof rack - with a storage box - the other accessories include pannier, ladder and traction mats.
You can check out the details a bit more in Brick Fanatics' video above, but this thing is a beast, measuring 22cm high, 42cm long, and 20cm wide.
The Technic 42110 Land Rover Defender launches on October 1. [The Brothers Brick]