While new models are always exciting news for auto enthusiasts, an even more exciting moment comes when Lego announces new models. For the 2023 year, the company has announced four new models in Lego’s Speed Champions Series. This year, the newest brand to get a brick-built version is the Pagani, with its Utopia model.
Porsche 963 LMDh
The Danish company has announced a slew of models – one of them is the Porsche 963 LMDh. Porsche had first showcased this car at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.As a matter of fact, Porsche will debut this car at the Rolex 24 hours of Daytona. The 280-piece set will retail at US$25.
The Pagani Utopia is the third model in the carmaker’s line-up. The Pagani Utopia generates a whopping 852 HP. Pagani unveiled this hypercard back in September 2022. The 249 piece Lego version also comes with a minifigure shod in a Pagani branded racing gear.
Ferrari 812 Competizione
The next model to be launched for 2023 is none other than the Ferrari 812 Competizione. After all, the car comes with a V12 engine with a maximum rev limit of 9,500 rpm. This is the Italian car maker’s highest-revving road legal car. This Speed Champions set has 261 bricks.
McLaren Solus GT and F1 LM
Last but not the least, Lego’s final offering for the new year is a unique double car set from McLaren. The brick built F1 LM from the 1990s and the latest McLaren Solus GT can by picked up by the fans of this brand. The single seat track only car from McLaren is pretty rare and getting one’s hands on it is very difficult. Thankfully, the we hope that the Lego version is expected to be available much more widely.
Additionally, Lego is likely to launch these sets by March. Not to mention, the Danish company has set the price of US$ 24.99 for the singles and US$ 34.99 for the McLaren doubles. Depending on the location, there could be a few day’s delay.