UPDATED: The LEGO March 2023 sets are now available at LEGO.com! You can now purchase these sets directly at LEGO’s online shopping portal with the option of visiting a LEGO brand store near you. I’ve included in this list other LEGO March 2023 releases that I’ve posted before so you can have an overview of everything that LEGO has released for this month.
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[Original Post] We’re just counting the days before the next wave of LEGO March 2023 sets are released. And in case you missed my previous posts, here’s a rundown of the latest sets that you can expect once the clock strikes midnight on March 1, 2023.
Ranging from homegrown sets such as those coming from LEGO Creator, City, and Ideas themes to licensed IPs such as Disney, Star Wars, Harry Potter, and more, there’s definitely something that will catch your fancy. Check out the following list of LEGO March 2023 sets, and be sure to add them to your LEGO wishlist for notifications of their availability. These are affiliate links by they way, so any purchase that you will make using these links will be a go a long way in keeping up our blog site.
60357 Stunt Truck & Ring of Fire Challenge
60359 Dunk Stunt Ramp Challenge
60360 Spinning Stunt Challenge
60361 Ultimate Stunt Riders Challenge
LEGO Creator 3-in-1
31134 Space Shuttle
31135 Vintage Motorcycle
31136 Exotic Parrot
31137 Adorable Dogs
31138 Beach Camper Van
31139 Cozy House
31140 Magical Unicorn
30640 Race Car Polybag
30643 Easter Chickens
40619 EVE & WALL•E
40620 Cruella & Maleficent
40621 Moana & Merida
LEGO Speed Champions
76914 Ferrari 812 Competizione
76915 Pagani Utopia
76916 Porsche 963
76918 McLaren Solus GT & McLaren F1 LM
41808 Hogwarts Accessories Pack
41809 Hedwig Pencil Holder
41811 Hogwarts Desktop Kit
21339 BTS Dynamite
42152 Firefighter Aircraft (Available for pre-order, will ship by March 1)
42153 NASCAR® Next Gen Chevrolet Camaro ZL1
42154 2022 Ford GT
42155 THE BATMAN – BATCYCLE™
11027 Creative Neon Fun
11028 Creative Pastel Fun
11029 Creative Party Box
11030 Lots of Bricks
11033 Creative Fantasy Universe
10981 Growing Carrot
10982 Fruit and Vegetable Tractor
10983 Organic Market
10984 Organic Garden
43219 Disney Princess Creative Castles
43220 Peter Pan & Wendy’s Storybook Adventure
LEGO Lord of the Rings
10316 Rivendell (Coming soon on March 8, 2023 in the US)
LEGO Harry Potter
76409 Gryffindor™ House Banner
76410 Slytherin™ House Banner
76411 Ravenclaw™ House Banner
76412 Hufflepuff™ House Banner
76413 Hogwarts™: Room of Requirement
76420 Triwizard Tournament: The Black Lake
LEGO Star Wars
75349 Captain Rex™ Helmet
75350 Clone Commander Cody™ Helmet
75351 Princess Leia™ (Boushh™) Helmet
LEGO Marvel Spidey and his Amazing Friends
10789 Spider-Man’s Car and Doc Ock
10790 Team Spidey at Green Goblin’s Lighthouse
10791 Team Spidey’s Mobile Headquarters
German retailer JB Spielwaren has updated their home shopping portal once more to now include several new LEGO March 2023 polybags, slated to arrive first thing next month. This range of new polybag offerings covers themes such as Harry Potter, Speed Champions, and Creator themes, and will be available for approximately $3.99 each.
If you recall, the new LEGO Creator polybags included in this upcoming March release were already revealed earlier this January, with the exception of the Quidditch Practice and McLaren Solus GT.
Though the release date mentioned on these polybags are from an overseas retailer, we can safely assume that these new LEGO March 2023 polybags will also be released in the US alongside other LEGO March offerings. LEGO.com’s building instructions page has been updated to now include listings of these upcoming polybags, though the actual building instructions are still to be published.
In the meantime, let’s take a look at these polybags up close and personal. For more information about these miniature collectibles, you may click on their respective links.
44 pieces | 3.99 Euro | Coming soon on March 1, 2023
61 pieces | 3.99 Euro | Coming soon on March 1, 2023
55 pieces | 3.99 Euro | Coming soon on March 1, 2023
95 pieces | 3.39 Euro | Coming soon on March 1, 2023
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
LEGO has unveiled its first LEGO Speed Champions set for 2023 and LEGO fans of the Fast and Furious franchise will never want to miss out on this. Inspired by the second film of the action-packed saga, the LEGO Speed Champions 2 Fast 2 Furious Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) will speed its way to LEGO stores and online beginning January 1, 2023.
With the introduction of Dom Toretto’s Dodge Charger R/T in LEGO brick form last year (plus the only set with the iconic character’s minifigure rendition), fans will be thrilled that his counterpart, Brian O’Conner, will also be getting the LEGO minifigure treatment. I’m just excited to see these two LEGO Speed Champions sets alongside each other.
Coming in at 319 pieces, the LEGO Speed Champions 2 Fast 2 Furious Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) features the street racer’s recognizable side stripes, back wings, and front grille. Plus, the O’Conner minifigure wraps up everything that is special with this latest LEGO offering. Check out the images below together with its official product description.
This is surely on top of my LEGO Speed Champions wishlist for 2023. How about you?
319 pieces | $24.99
This buildable LEGO® Speed Champions Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) replica model (76917) has been inspired by the iconic car from the 2 Fast 2 Furious movie. Kids aged 9+, car lovers, and fans of the popular movie franchise can experience a rewarding build before proudly displaying this car toy or recreating fast-paced street racing scenes. This Fast & Furious toy is packed with authentic details from the real-life model, including iconic livery on the side, a wing at the back, a grille on the front, impressive wheel arches, and a nitro fuel canister on the passenger seat. There is also a Brian O’Conner minifigure to place in the driver’s seat so car fans can enjoy all-action role-play.
Much like clockwork, the LEGO speculation and rumor mill has intensified towards the end of this year. The subject, naturally, is what new sets we might expect to arrive the following year. Social media tends to be a principal source of these tantalizing tidbits of future LEGO info. For instance, here are some new rumors coming from Instagram regarding LEGO Speed Champions. The car-based theme that’s been the “middle ground” between LEGO City and Technic continues churning out new sets. LEGO sources have also commented on a shifting trend for the line. And now we have some 2023 sets rumored to be coming as well.
Thanks to Brick Fanatics, we have this kernel of speculation on some upcoming LEGO Speed Champions launches. Instagram user @awesome_brick2008 gives us five possible sets. Of these, only one is a two-car combo set. Speed Champions was especially fond of twofers in their past product launches. Apparently, they’re toning that down and focusing on single-car sets come 2023. And again, LEGO’s gunning for licensed cars that have been featured in the “Fast & Furious” film franchise. And these five are just for the first quarter launch period. Here’s what to expect from them next year:
- Ferrari 812 Competizione (76914)
- Pagani Utopia (76915)
- Porsche 963 (76916)
- “Fast & Furious” Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 (76917)
- McLaren F1 LM & McLaren Solus GT (76918)
The “F&F” Nissan will be a New Years 2023 release, with the rest coming later in March. At least that’s how the rumor goes. So until LEGO officially speaks up on this then, it’s best to take the news with a grain of salt.
A week into June 2022, LEGO has a new set of GWPs beginning their promo period now. Both items are polybags, and they ought to catch the fancy of automobile aficionados looking for quick builds. One is for the Speed Champions line, which already has new releases this year. The other is a minifigure-scale vehicle for the LEGO City line. According to Brickset, both gift-with-purchase polybags have the same purchase price threshold. One promo period ends sooner than the other though, so here’s the lowdown on these promotional automotive polybags.
First is the LEGO Speed Champions Aston Martin AMR Pro (30434). From this Tuesday, June 7, one can get it with a minimum LEGO purchase of $40.
It’s the same price deal for the LEGO City Go-Kart Racer (30589). About the only difference is the end of its GWP period. The City polybag wraps up on the 14th, while its Speed Champions counterpart won’t be until June 19. Of course, both also depend on while their respective stocks last. The Aston Martin polybag’s being touted by LEGO as a nice extra for a Father’s Day LEGO purchase. The City Go-Kart’s more for an everyday gift. These GWPs are available on both LEGO.com and LEGO Stores.
Through thick and thin, LEGO strives to maintain a regular product release schedule year in and out. And while the best source on set launches would be LEGO themselves, sometimes retailers would jump the gun. These early announcements can contain the most exciting LEGO set notices, which we must wait for until confirmed or debunked. Last February we caught wind of a LEGO set for a mega-franchise from fellow toy giant Hasbro. Who could imagine a LEGO-Hasbro collaboration to make LEGO Transformers? That rumor, plus other LEGO items, just got their advance product reveal courtesy of an online German retailer.
The Brick Fan tells us that some upcoming LEGO sets now grace the online listings of Wagner’s in Germany. This listing includes the aforementioned long-rumored LEGO Optimus Prime (10302), from Hasbro’s “Transformers.” Not your thing? How about tie-ins for James Cameron’s “Avatar” particularly the sequel arriving late this year? We also have early mentions of the expected 2022 Advent Calendars, if you collect those. Here’s a rundown of what to expect from several major LEGO themes all through the year.
- Great Pyramid of Giza (21058) – 1,476 pieces | €139.99
- Iron Man Hall of Armor (76216) –496 pieces | €89.99
- Baby Groot (76217) – 476 pieces | €49.99
- Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum (76218) – 2,708 pieces | €219.99
- 2022 Advent Calendar (76231) – 268 pieces | €34.99
- Dragon Temple (71759) – 161 pieces | €39.99
- Jay’s Golden Dragon Motorbike (71768) – 137 pieces | €19.99
- Cole’s Dragon Racer (71769) – 384 pieces | €44.99
- Zane’s Gold Dragon Jet (71770) – 258 pieces | €29.99
- Temple of the Crystal King (71771) –703 pieces | €79.99
- The Crystal King (71772) – 722 pieces | €59.99
- Kai’s Gold Dragon Raider (71773) –624 pieces | €84.99
- Lloyd’s Ultra Gold Dragon (71774) – 989 pieces | €139.99
- Nya’s Samurai X-Mech (71775) – 1,003 pieces | €109.99
- 007 Aston Martin DB5 (76911) – 298 pieces | €19.99
- Fast & Furious 1970 Dodge Charger R/T (76912) – 345 pieces | €19.99
- The Justifier (75323) – 1,022 pieces | €159.99
- AT-ST (75332) – 87 pieces | €29.99
- Obi-Wan’s Spaceship (75333) – 282 pieces | €29.99
- Obi-Wan & Darth Vader (75334) –408 pieces | €49.99
- BD-1 (75335) – 1,062 pieces | €99.99
- Kenobi’s Spaceship (75336) – 924 pieces | €99.99
- AT-TE (75337) – 1,082 pieces | €139.99
- 2022 Advent Calendar (75340) – 329 pieces | €34.99
- Optimus Prime (10302) – 1,508 pieces | €169.99
Sets Unnamed Yet
- (75571) – 560 pieces | €39.99
- (75572) – 572 pieces | €54.99
- (75573) – 887 pieces | €89.99
- (75574) – 1,212 pieces | €139.99
- (71411) – 2,807 pieces | €229.99
- (71410) – 1,476 pieces | €5.99
Hey, it’s the first day of the month once again. March 1, 2022. By this point the New Year must no longer feel so new. Before we go off track however, we’ll get right down to what this update is about: first-day LEGO product launches. We certainly enjoyed covering these sets when they first officially came out. And like before, for your easy reference we’re collecting their LEGO.com product listings together here. Our big thanks again to The Brick Fan for any March 1-releasing LEGO product we may have missed. Also linked are our past articles, if we caught them.
- Police Station Helicopter (10959)
- Police Motorcycle (10967)
- Doctor Visit (10968)
- Fire Station Helicopter (10970)
- Green Building Plate (10980)
- Creative Monsters (11017)
- Creative Ocean Fun (11018)
- Bricks and Functions (11019)
- Green Baseplate (11023)
- Gray Baseplate (11024)
- Blue Baseplate (11025)
- White Baseplate (11026)
- Pet Clinic Ambulance (41694)
- Pet Playground (41698)
- Pet Adoption Cafe (41699)
- Vacation Beach House (41709)
- Pet Day-Care Center (41718)
- Bag Tags Mega Pack – Messaging (41949)
- Lots of DOTS – Lettering (41950)
- Message Board (41951)
- Big Message Board (41952)
- Ariel’s Underwater Palace (43207)
- Elsa and the Nokk’s Ice Stable (43209)
- Lunar Roving Vehicle (60348)
- Lunar Space Station (60349)
- Lunar Research Base (60350)
- Rocket Launch Center (60351)
- Kai’s Spinjitzu Ninja Training (70688)
- Lloyd’s Spinjitzu Ninja Training (70689)
- Jay’s Spinjitzu Ninja Training (70690)
- Ninja Training Center (71764)
- 1970 Ferrari 512 M (76906)
- Lotus Evija (76907)
- Lamborghini Countach (76908)
- Mercedes-AMG F1 W12 E Performance & Mercedes-AMG Project One (76909)
- Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro & Aston Martin Vantage GT3 (76910)
Enjoy your LEGO Shopping!
We’ve got more March 1 LEGO release info coming your way, this time courtesy of Brick Fanatics. Next on the reveal train is LEGO Speed Champions. These sets we first learned of back in October of last year. They served as confirmation that LEGO will indeed see the Speed Champions line with new stuff through 2023. Five sets were teased back then, although only four of them were named at the time. Now, all cards are finally on the table. And unlike the Creator 3-in-1 sets we found on a German retailer, these ones are officially added to LEGO shop.
The above is a social media post from LEGO regarding their Speed Champion sets coming March 1. All cars are on display. Since we know one of the revealed numbers was a double-vehicle set, this confirms the unnamed item as a double-car. But we’ll let the listings speak for themselves.
age 8+ | 291 pieces | $19.99 | coming March 1
- Recreation of the iconic 1970 Ferrari 512 M –Toy replica model for car enthusiasts and kids who love imaginative race action
- What’s in the box? – Everything you need to build a LEGO® interpretation of the 1970 Ferrari 512 M, plus a Ferrari racing driver complete with race suit, wig and crash helmet
age 8+ | 247 pieces | $19.99 | coming March 1
- Recreate Britain’s first all-electric hypercar – LEGO® Speed Champions Lotus Evija (76907) replica model for car fans and kids who love imaginative play
- What’s in the box? – Everything you need to build a Lotus Evija replica model, plus a driver minifigure with a Lotus racing suit, crash helmet, wig and wrench
age 8+ | 262 pieces | $19.99 | coming March 1
- LEGO® recreation of the iconic 1970’s Lamborghini Countach – A replica model for kids and adults with a passion for innovative high-performance cars
- What’s in the box? – This toy car construction set has everything you need to build a white Lamborghini Countach and includes a Lamborghini-branded driver with a crash helmet, wig and wrench
age 9+ | 564 pieces | $29.99 | coming March 1
- LEGO® recreations of the Mercedes-AMG F1 W12 E Performance and Mercedes-AMG Project One – 2 replica models for kids and car fans with a passion for vehicles that push the limits of race car innovation
- What’s in the box? – All you need to build a LEGO® recreation of the Mercedes-AMG F1 W12 E Performance and AMG Project One, plus 2 driver minifigures, each with a racing helmet, wig and wrench
age 9+ | 592 pieces | $39.99 | coming March 1
- LEGO® recreations of the Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro and Aston Martin Vantage GT3 – A playset for kids and car enthusiasts with a passion for race cars and vehicle innovation
- What’s in the box? – Everything you need to recreate the Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro and Vantage GT3 in LEGO® bricks, plus 2 driver minifigures, each with a racing suit, helmet, wig and a wrench
Over the past few days, LEGO news sources have been speculating over some multiple set listings on retailer electriBricks.com. From there we got reports of an expected LEGO Technic supercar set delayed to next year. Major rumor has it that it may be a model of the similarly-delayed Tesla Cybertruck. Several numbered products titled “Coconut” also gained significant attention. The name seems to hint that they could be a new wave of LEGO Indiana Jones sets. Note that the theme last saw releases in 2009. On the vein of licensed-IP LEGO sets, we have more rumors for 2022 Speed Champions.
From Promobricks.de we get this juicy speculation on more electricBrick retail listings, for LEGO Speed Champions this year. We’ve two of eight sets supposedly releasing for the theme this year, numbered 76911 and 76912. Promobricks tells us that these sets are based on two action-movie franchises with notable automotive focus. Furthermore, the source franchises already have prior LEGO set depictions. What do you say to new Speed Champions “James Bond” and “Fast & Furious” car sets? The former made waves in 2019 via the Creator Expert Aston Martin DB5 (10262). The latter got repped by Dom’s Dodge Charger (42111) last year on LEGO Technic.
One factor for excitement at these rumored Speed Champions sets are the accompanying character minifigures. Think about it: James Bond 007 and Dom Toretto minifigs! Both would be the first character depictions from the two IPs for LEGO. Vin Diesel’s Dom is a no-brainer, though there are multiple options for the likeness of minifigure!Bond. Several other 2022 Speed Champions items were rumored as early as October last year. We’ll compile them here anew for reference:
LEGO Champions 2022 Releases
- Ferrari 512 M (76906) – 291 pieces | €19.99/$23.22
- Lotus Evija (76907) – 291 pieces | €19.99/$23.22
- Lamborghini Countach (76908) – 262 pieces | €19.99/$23.22
- Set 76909 – €29.99/$34.17
- Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR PRO & Aston Martin Vantage GT 3 (76910) – 592 pieces | €39.99/$46.46
- James Bond Aston Martin DB5 (76911)
- Fast & Furious 1970 Dodge Charger (76912)
- Set 76913
US$ pricing are direct conversions. Also, take the above as rumors until LEGO confirms/debunks them.