LEGO Speed Champions March 2023 Sets Officially Revealed

After the debut of the LEGO Speed Champions 2 Fast 2 Furious Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) set this month, it looks like it will be joined by four more brick-built speedsters this March. LEGO.com has been updated once more to include the latest LEGO Speed Champions March 2023 sets, giving us a glimpse of what we can expect from them.

LEGO’s highly popular racing-themed sets will get another collection towards the end of the 1st quarter, with four additional supercars to join its roster. Check out their official images and product descriptions below. You may head over to LEGO.com to know more about these collectibles, and let me know in the comments below which is on the top of your list.

Ferrari 812 Competizione (76914)

261 pieces | $24.99

This LEGO® Speed Champions Ferrari 812 Competizione (76914) building kit captures all the power and performance of the real-life limited-edition sports car. Kids aged 9 and up and car fans can – for the first time ever – collect, build and display this cool model.

 

Pagani Utopia (76915)

249 pieces | $24.99

LEGO® Speed Champions Pagani Utopia (76915) buildable model brilliantly captures the distinctive design of this spectacular Italian hypercar. Pagani and LEGO Group have teamed up for the first time so car fans and kids aged 9 and up can now collect, build and display this incredible model.

 

Porsche 963 (76916)

280 pieces | $24.99

The LEGO® Speed Champions Porsche 963 (76916) building set faithfully recreates the stunning design of the real-life model. Kids aged 9 and up and replica car collectors of all ages will be excited to build, display and play out action with this cool toy.

 

McLaren Solus GT & McLaren F1 LM (76918)

581 pieces | $34.99

For the first time ever, race fans and kids aged 9 and up can collect a double pack of buildable McLaren hypercars with the LEGO® Speed Champions McLaren Solus GT and McLaren F1 LM (76918) building set. The iconic F1 LM model from the 1990s and the latest Solus GT are now ready for kids to build, display and role-play races.

 

Author: Albert Balanza

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