LEGO Speed Champions 2019 sets revealed; includes Mini Coopers and more [News]

The next wave of LEGO’s Speed Champions theme has been revealed on Amazon France. Though the products aren’t available to order yet, this is our first official look at the new lineup of cars, which spans the breadth of the automotive landscape from compacts and muscle cars to supercars. There’s no word on the precise price points for these sets yet, but they should be officially available January 1. However, we can expect to see them trickle into retailers in the final weeks of December. We’ll also be publishing reviews of these sets even earlier than that, so stay tuned in the coming weeks for our hands-on coverage.

75890 Ferrari F40 Competizione | 198 pieces | January 2019

75891 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Race Car | 198 pieces | January 1

75892 McLaren Senna | 219 pieces | January 2019

75893 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and 1970 Dodge Charger R/T | 478 pieces | January 2019

75894 1967 Mini Cooper S Rally and 2018 MINI John Cooper Works Buggy | 481 pieces | January 2019

Thanks to the eagle eyes over at Hoth Bricks for spotting these on Amazon.

7 comments on “LEGO Speed Champions 2019 sets revealed; includes Mini Coopers and more [News]

  1. Purple Dave

    New fenders, wheels, and tires on the Cooper, it looks like, and some sort of new piece for the Camaro hubcaps. Also, I didn’t think it possible, if they managed to make the F40 look not-incredibly-ugly. I mean, it was fast, but it looked like the bastard love-child of a Plymouth Superbird (which already looked like it was designed by a kindergartner) and a shipping crate.

  2. Jimmy

    LOL I love the original F40. To each is own!

    The cooper parts could really help with making Porsche 911 builds look a bit better up front, too.

  3. Håkan

    Not really a fan of the theme. All the compromises made between adherence to the source material and the limited scope of Lego bricks, tend to cause rather half-assed results. Most of the cars tend to end up rather generic.

    Having said that, 75894 looks rather good, though.

  4. Ant

    Love all these but where’s the fords? What we need is the iconic mk2 escort rally car or a cosworth, also how about a Ken block hoonitruck

  5. winston

    wondering if this is the whole lineup. there’s not a big $100 set pictured, but i suppose they may have opted for two $30-ish sets instead. i wish they’d gone with something prettier than that john cooper works buggy, but that vintage mini makes up for it. among the ferraris, mclarens and nascar racers, it’s somehow the star of this show

  6. Purple Dave

    Looks like I was wrong about the Mini Cooper wheels and tires. The wheels were used for Holley Shiftwell and Lightning McQueen back in the 2011 Cars 2 sets, and the tires are a design that goes back to Jack Stone in 2002, though more likely they’re the updated version that came out in 2011 with Cars 2.

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