The latest LEGO 18+ sports car release will be LEGO 10295 Porsche 911 Turbo and 911 Targa, due for release on February 16.
Porsche fans will be able to build two different models with LEGO 10295 Porsche 911 Turbo and 911 Targa, as the set offers two iconic cars with one box of bricks. Carefully designed by the LEGO Group’s car supremo Mike Psiaki, the models have been expertly designed to capture all of the key details that makes the cars unique. They measure approximately 10.8cm x 16cm x 35.5cm.
The set will launch on February 16 for LEGO.com VIP members, with free art prints showing recreations of classic adverts using 10295 available while stocks last. VIPs will also be able to watch a Q&A with LEGO Design Master Mike Psiaki, Porsche Exterior Designer Fabian Schmölz and Jörg Thilow of Porsche Heritage and Museum. A wide release will come on March 1.
10295 Porsche 911 Turbo and 911 Targa
UK Price: £119.99
USA Price: $149.99
Piece count: 1,458
Release date: February 16
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“Taking ownership of a brand-new sports car is an experience to savour and this is a feeling we wanted to recreate for LEGO fans,” said LEGO Design Master Mike Psiaki. “Few nameplates provoke as much emotion as that of the Porsche 911, and it has been a fascinating journey stepping back in time to one of the most evocative decades for car design and society.”
“Working closely together has enabled us to create detailed brick models with accuracy that is second-to-none. This is the kind of model where you’ll always find a new detail or refinement that is true to the original, including building blocks specifically designed for our 911,” said Jörg Thilow, who works in product development at Porsche Heritage & Museum.
“These latest LEGO incarnations of our sportscar icon, along with the LEGO artworks inspired by the past, capture not only the unmistakeable design of the cars that inspired them, but also the changing times.”
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