We think Legos are awesome, but we sadly never did anything this amazing with them. 20-year-old Romanian Raul Oaida just affixed about 500,000 lego pieces to each other, Rather than just making an amorphous blob with a lot of sharp corners, he made a functional car.

It's powered by compressed air routed through a 256 piston engine, and does 20-30 km/h (12.4-18.6 mph). Just check out how amazingly complicated this Lego engine is in the video, and then go stick four bricks together and give up on making your own Danish block car.

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