Lego Unveils Updated 2021 Speed ​​Champions Sets

Lego Unveils Updated 2021 Speed ​​Champions Sets

May 5, 2021 0 By autotimesnews

The famous Lego company has presented an updated series of Speed ​​Champions or Speed ​​Champions. These kits include several iconic cars of our time, including the Koenigsegg Jesko, Ford Bronco R and Toyota GR Supra.

Lego has officially unveiled the 2021 Speed ​​Champions line of sets. The updated lineup is a mix of high-value road vehicles and race cars, from the Koenigsegg Jesko hypercar to the Baja rally-driven Ford Bronco R SUV, and we bet Lego fans will be delighted with these new builds.

This Koenigsegg Jesko Pack has everything you know and love about Speed ​​Champions. The constructor consists of 280 parts and it perfectly replicates the original Swedish hypercar Jesko with great precision and detail. The price is about $ 27.84.

Next up is the Toyota GR Supra, which has 299 parts. This Lego set perfectly captures the factory yellow paint of a sports coupe and appears to have a removable roof.

Like the Koenigsegg, it costs about $ 27.84, all of which have been recalculated from the initial UK pounds sterling figures.

The last set of just one car is the 263-piece McLaren Elva. Aside from fewer parts, the Elva has one of the most unique body styles – just like it does in the real world. The set is available for $ 27.84.

Another set includes a 1968 Chevrolet Corvette C8-R and a 1968 Chevrolet Corvette, “and it shows where the brand came from and where it is headed.” This set contains 512 parts. With nearly double the number of previous kits, this box is priced at $ 55.65.

The penultimate set features the racing Dodges competing in drag racing: the SRT Top Fuel Dragster and the 1970 Dodge Challenger T / A. The dragster has 627 parts and has a high level of detail. However, additional parts will cost a little more at $ 83.47.

Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that an exact copy of the racing Mercedes W196R was created from Lego sets. One fan of Lego sets, as well as the Mercedes W196R racing car, presented an exact replica of the latter. To create a scale model of the car (1: 8), he needed 1,600 parts.