LEGO has now released the digital version of its LEGO Summer 2020 Catalog, and it’s loaded with tons of sets that are expected to be released during the second half of the year. In case you haven’t received your physical copy yet, then you can download a PDF version of the catalog right here.
Featured on the front cover of the LEGO Summer 2020 Catalog is LEGO’s most recent Technic flagship set, the visually stunning LEGO Technic Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 (42115). As you may have noticed, the highlight of the catalog seems to focus on a need for speed, with LEGO giving more emphasis to its larger sets geared towards adult LEGO fans. Following the Lamborghini Sián, we get to see three of its equally impressive predecessors such as the Dom’s Dodge Charger (42111), Bugatti Chiron (42083), and Land Rover Defender (42110) to name a few. We also get to see a selection of brick-built vehicles coming from the LEGO Creator Expert and Speed Champions theme in case you’re eyeing on these sets as well.
We also get to see some of the recently released sets coming from the various themes as well, including those that we featured previously. We have several new sets coming from the LEGO Minecraft, DC and Marvel Superheroes, and DOTS themes to name a few. Noticeably missing in this US version of the LEGO Summer 2020 catalog are the newer sets from the LEGO Harry Potter and Jurassic World themes, which are included in the catalog’s German counterpart. These sets are still labeled as Coming Soon in the US LEGO Shop@Home portal, with some of these sets slated for an August release.
What comes as a bit of surprise is the announcement of an upcoming LEGO Disney set (or sets?) this June 17. LEGO is still quite mum about the details of this set, but if there is anything that we can get out of this announcement, New Elementary noticed that the background image used for the LEGO Disney announcement includes the same design or pattern found at the bottom of the LEGO 18+ box art. It’s an interesting piece of fact, and something that will surely be welcomed by LEGO Disney fans if that will be the case. We will surely wait for that big reveal, but in the meantime, you may want to enjoy browsing through the LEGO Summer 2020 catalog.
So what do you think? Special thanks to The Brick Fan for the heads up.