The company sells toy cars that Lego did not

The company sells toy cars that Lego did not

November 15, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

In the form of a designer, you can buy various supercars, SUVs and even Sherpas.

The Block Zone is selling designer kits for building car models. At the same time, the details look almost the same as that of the main manufacturer of Lego designers, but the cost of The Block Zone is significantly lower, and the range is much wider. So, most The Block Zone models cannot be found in the Lego line.

All sorts of models can be found on the company’s website – there is even a Sherp all-terrain vehicle on the list, which was developed by domestic designer Aleksey Garagashyan. You can also buy Ford GT, Nissan GT-R, classic Porsche 911 and Volkswagen Beetle, hypercars McLaren P1, Koenigsegg Agera and Ferrari LaFerrari.

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Some copies are equipped with remote control, but for an additional fee it can be installed on any model. The cheapest designer is the Mercedes Unimog truck, it will cost £ 30, and the most expensive is a radio-controlled crane, which was released in five copies. It consists of more than 7.7 thousand parts, and eight separate motors drive it. Such a constructor will cost £ 600

The details of The Block Zone kits are very similar to Lego, but many of them are painted in colors that were never found in the original constructors. In addition, the cost of designers is significantly lower, and the company offers the fastest delivery to East Asia and Australia. Probably the main factory and warehouse are located there.

However, Lego does not have to produce separate sets for each model – fans of the designer can do with existing ones. So, the British assembled a copy of the classic Lancia Stratos, using only parts from the Lego Technic Porsche 911 GT3 set.

Another fan built the Lamborghini Averntador from the original parts, and another fan of the designer modeled a copy of Ken Block’s 1400-horsepower Ford Mustang Hoonicorn.