It only took 32 master builders, 5,335,200-bricks, 17,000 hours, and lots of planning to bring a 1:1 ratio, full scale X-Wing fighter from the Star Wars universe, then transfer it to Time Square for a three-day public exhibit. As a result, it’s the world’s largest Lego model weighs a massive 45, 979.61 pounds (this weight includes some supporting steel infrastructure, interestingly). Its dimensions are 11 feet high, 43 feet long, and has a wingspan of 44 feet — if there was ever a real X-Wing fighter, this must be the closet thing there is. To add to the grandeur, it’s actually quite a beautiful construction.
And for those of you concerned as to whether or not it will be disassembled, worry not: after the exhibit in Times Square, the giant X-Win fighter will find a new home in the LEGOLAND California Resort.