Lamborghini, Aston Martin, Mercedes-AMG, Porsche and Koenigsegg Lego sets coming this summer

Lego Speed Champions Sets

Lego, the dense creator, has unveiled an array of new paraphiliac sets. The Lego version is a release from the Speed Champions range within the company’s products and is around 6 inches long. It also gorgeously captures the insect-like vehicle’s original appearance with the Y-shaped tail lights. This set comprises 230 pieces and will be sold for $26.99 each. This is Lego’s one Vision Gran Turismo car; the company has plans to make more such masterpieces.

Two sets of the Speed Champions series with two cars are likewise expected. The lineup of this series is described below. If you fall into this category, try a more complicated and realistic kit, and Lego provides the Technics selection. The first entry is a Porsche 718 Cayman m Convertible – a 1000 HP race car. It may also be possible to download it into a smartphone application used as a model for a motorized remote control car that goes backward and a steward. This is a set of 834 pieces priced at $169.99.

Next up in the spectrum is the Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut, a supercar from Sweden having a top speed greater than 300 mph. It had 801 plastic blocks formed that can rival the car’s 0.278m2 frontal area. Therefore, the scale of the model can fairly reflect its drag coefficient, which is the combined drag coefficient of the car’s dual nickel-tungsten carbide-coated steel frontal area. For the price of $49.99, this package will be released as accompanying the release date of the Porsche on August 1, 2024.

Being an early human in Africa and seeing the BMW Vision Vantage safety vehicle and an AMR23 Formula One racer is genuinely intriguing. In addition, the hoodies, which are as green as an olive in the AMR brand, feature proper sponsor logos. The construction set comprises 564 items and charges $44.99.

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