First look at the 2021 LEGO Speed Champions lineup featuring Toyota, Ford, Dodge and more [News]

German retailer JB Spielwaren reveals six new sets featuring 9 new vehicles to be added to the Speed Champions lineup for 2021. The new sets are expected to be released on June 1st 2021.

Each vehicle comes with its own minifigure and continue to feature the 8-stud wide design that was introduced in 2020.

LEGO 76900 Speed Champions Koenigsegg Jesko


LEGO 76901 Speed Champions Toyota GR Supra


LEGO 76902 Speed Champions McLaren Elva

LEGO 76903 Speed Champions Chevrolet Corvette C8.R Race Car and 1968 Chevrolet Corvette

LEGO 76904 Speed Champions Dodge Mopar Dodge/SRT Top Fuel Dragster and 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A

LEGO 76905 Speed Champions Ford GT Heritage Edition and Bronco R

12 comments on “First look at the 2021 LEGO Speed Champions lineup featuring Toyota, Ford, Dodge and more [News]

  1. winstonheard

    The selection of cars isn’t as interesting to me as in years past and some odd design choices seem to have been made, but overall I think they look good and I’ll pick all of these up.
    The C2 ‘vette would’ve translated better at this size and, to me, is cooler than the C3. The use of a sticker for the GT exhaust is puzzling and nose of the car seems too simple. Hopefully modding a brick built exhaust won’t be difficult.
    I wish we could’ve gotten another “real” car instead of that dragster, especially since it looks like it’ll be huge and use a lot of pieces. The current Charger, a Viper or even a race version of one of their trucks would’ve been preferable and maybe knocked the price down to $50 instead of $60 (reportedly).
    All of that said, I’m still excited to get these and glad the Speed Champions line is still going

  2. Nick Parry

    Nice to get the Ford half of a Ford V Ferrari Speed Champions set that I wish existed.

  3. Richard Martin

    Some look good, the dragster looks, well, different, if I’m being polite. None of them have the “wow” factor that the Audi Quattro had for me. The GT, the 68 Corvette and the Challenger seem the best of the bunch. I will probably still buy most of them though, especially if they are discounted at some point.

  4. dchernack

    That MK5 Supra looks incredibly bad. Otherwise, these are all pretty good. Especially the C2 Corvette (would have been better if they included the split-window) and the Koenigsegg.

  5. winstonheard

    @dchernack, that’s a C3 in the set. This is why I think they should’ve gone with the C2. It’s more squared-off and would’ve looked great at this size.

    I think the Supra is one of the better builds in this batch.

  6. shadiw

    i love these, i dont like supra or dodge dragster xD i like all the rest and koenigsegg is a must buy for me :DDD

  7. Johnny Johnson

    That 1970 Challenger doesn’t look wide enough, to me. But I am, of course, just glad that this LEGO line exists with these widths at all! (Also, it helps make it REALLY easy to pass on the dragster set)

    The rest look very tantalizing. I do hope that they continue to open up the minifigure seating a bit, because the flat brick wall from floor to ceiling (That some previous cars had minifigs crammed up against) is a really disappointing thing to see.

  8. Russell Chapman

    I’m confused. I already have the McLaren Elva set 30343.
    They are going to simultaneously have two Speed Champions McLaren Elvas in 5wide and 8wide in the same colour?
    That’s just odd.

  9. Lee F

    The Supra looks ODD (frumpy, perhaps) and the Elva is an uninspiring choice IMHO. But the bummer is the 8 (or, in the case of the Bronco, 9) wide platform. Makes the earlier models look ignorant next to the new platform. Was and is a complete turn off for my oldest son and I. We will get the Corvette set as we own a pair of C3s. That’s it though.

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