LEGO has unveiled the latest set in its Ultimate Collector Series line, and it clocks in as the largest kit the toy manufacturer has ever produced. The Ultimate Collector Series Millennium Falcon is made from 7,541 LEGO pieces, easily topping the former record holder — a Taj Mahal model made up of 5,922 pieces.
Once built, Han Solo’s iconic starship will measure 33 inches long, 22 inches wide and 8 inches tall. As you’d expect, the inside of the Falcon is as detailed as the outside, featuring a cockpit large enough to fit four minifigs, a gunner’s seat and a set of radar dishes — original issue, and the new dish featured in the current trilogy.
The minifigs included in the set come from across Star Wars history, with Han Solo (young and old versions) and Chewbacca (of course) joined by Leia, Rey, Finn, BB-8 and more. It also features a Mynock creature from Empire Strikes Back and several Porgs from the upcoming The Last Jedi.
LEGO’s Ultimate Collector Series Millennium Falcon arrives in stores October 1 with an MSRP of $799.99.