Since 2012, Sheepo perfected his method and pioneered something he calls the Modular All-terrain Platform, or MAP for short. Basically, it's a way to transform Lego Technic parts into any SUV more easily.
To showcase the technology, he built not one, not two, but three Land Rovers. Namely, we have the rugged old Series II and Series III models, plus the relatively modern Defender.
The trio looks relatively similar, with square bodies made from gray plastic. However, the more closely placed headlights of the Series II make you want to go on an African Safari. The Defender, meanwhile, reminds us that Land Rover is more preoccupied with making crossovers and even convertible SUVs than trucks for people who need to go into the desert.
All these Lego masterpieces have opening doors, working suspension and folding bench seats. Disc brakes have been included in all four wheels, and electric powertrain helps them traverse more difficult terrain. There's a lot of suspension travel, so if a miniature person were to drive these things, he would be surprisingly comfortable.
We want to leave you guys with a few fun facts, the type every Lego fan should know about. For example, Technic was first introduced in 1977 as the Technical Sets. They quickly became famous due to special components such as gears, axles, pins, and beams.