Warhorse 3000 Multiview
During the equine flu pandemic of the 2090's (which sadly led to the global extinction of the horse) the Household Cavalry of the British Army were forced to turn to technology to provide their mounts.
In 2098, a consortium made up of Bombardier of Montreal and AG Systems International (fresh from its victories in the F5000 - "A Friend in Speed") won the contract to design, supply and maintain the Warhorse 3000. Whilst the true horses were sorely missed, it soon became a popular attraction at London's palaces and parades.
Equipped with AI derived from the downloaded mindstates of the last few living horses, the 3000 proved no less feisty and challenging to train than its equine forebears.
My entry to the "Sir, yes Sir!" category of the Lego Speeder Bike contest.
A hair under 16x8x8 studs.