Lego has introduced an updated series of Speed ​​Champions sets

Lego has introduced an updated series of Speed ​​Champions sets

February 19, 2021 0 By autotimesnews

Lego has announced the new Speed ​​Champions collection for 2021. The start of sales of the long-awaited new set is scheduled for June this year.

In recent years, Lego has given a lot of attention to its Speed ​​Champions series sets. The toy maker had great versions of this series in 2019 and 2020, but surprisingly, there is still no official news on the 2021 Speed ​​Champions. Thankfully, it has been revealed through Western publications that Lego Speed ​​Champions 2021 will finally arrive later this year.

Apparently, the delay in the presentation of the new set is associated with the global coronavirus pandemic. There is no official information about the 2021 car collection yet, but our source believes that we will see the first photos very soon.

According to two publications, a total of six models will be included in the new kit. It is reported that in June this year there will be new models based on existing kits and “a pair of double packs consisting of modern and classic speedster”.

Specifically, the Lego Speed ​​Champions 2021 version will feature the Swedish Koenigsegg Jesko. It is known that the model of this hypercar will cost less than 25 euros. There is also a set of the Japanese supercar Toyota Supra, consisting of 299 parts, which will be offered at the same price, as well as a copy of the British McLaren Elva – 263 parts. There are miniature versions of the 512-piece Chevrolet Corvette C8-R and the 1968 Chevrolet Corvette C3 for about $ 50. The largest and most expensive 627-part kits are the 1970 Mopar Dodge / SRT Top Fuel Dragster and the 1970 Dodge Challenger.

Not so long ago, we wrote that they presented a full-size working model of Bugatti Chiron from Lego on the Web. We’ve previously written about the Bugatti Chiron Lego Technic toy puzzle with an incredible amount of detail and detail. However, now the team of specialists has outdone itself.