The Guinness World Record Lego caravan was unveiled today as part of the Motorhome and Caravan Show and the Birmingham NEC. With over 200,000 bricks and hundreds of hours building the caravan has been constructed by a team of people and have taken three months to finish. See Ross Parry copy RPYLEGO : A new world record has been broken for the largest caravan – made of LEGO. Professional LEGO builders spent over 12 weeks constructing the 2.2m tall and 3.6m long vehicle, which also has working electric lights and even running water. More than 215,158 of the iconic plastic bricks have been used in creating the life-size model, smashing the former record of largest Lego caravan, which stood at 20,000 bricks. Alongside the lights and sink with running water, the new record holding motorhome comes with a fridge, simulated cooking facilities, a bed and seating, as well as a chess set, toothbrushes and a frying pan. Former World Superbike Champion Carl Fogarty and The One Show presenter Matt Baker are due to lay the final bricks when the caravan is officially certified by a Guinness World Records adjudicator at the Motorhome & Caravan Show 2015 at the NEC in Birmingham, West Midlands, today (Tues).