With the flick of a lever, the rover’s iconic six-wheel suspension spins a set of ball-tipped gears—all four of its wheels to turn inward so you can spin the entire craft 360-degrees. You can switch back and forth between that 360-degree mode and a normal driving mode, as you can see in the NASA JPL video here:
There’s also a pair of additional dials on the back to move the sample arm up, down, left, and right for playing. This is a fairly large set at 9 inches high, 9 inches wide and 12.5 inches long.
And, there’s an AR app if you want to pretend you’re collecting rock samples. Lego says it will include “exciting, educational content to learn about the real-life vehicle and its mission on Mars,” as well as a way to view local weather on the Red Planet.
Lego says the 1,132-piece set will ship on June 1st. Here are some more pictures to get you swooning.