Every new LEGO set rumoured for 2022 so far – March update

A huge LEGO landmark and another Technic supercar headline this month’s update to the list of sets rumoured for the rest of 2022.

Announcements of new sets have come thick and fast since our last update to this list, with some of those already available on shelves as of March 1. At the same time, reports of more brand new products supposedly coming our way this year have been flooding in, adding to what’s already looking like one of the best years for official LEGO sets in recent memory.

A couple of rumours have already been debunked or otherwise disproven this year, meanwhile, attesting to the fact that nothing in this list should be taken as gospel at the moment. The most likely scenario is that some of it will pan out as expected, some of it will be completely false, and some of it will be different only in the details.

The fun bit is figuring out which rumour falls into which category, so keep an eye on Brick Fanatics for regular updates as and when we get them. For now, dive into the full list below.


LEGO for Adults

Image: Max Pixel (licensed under CC0 1.0)

Both the rumoured 10298 Vespa 125 and 10299 Real Madrid – Santiago Bernabéu Stadium have just launched at LEGO.com, but they may be small fry compared to what’s to come. According to the latest reports, a huge new Eiffel Tower is on the way in November, blowing all previous renditions out of the Seine. The rumoured 10300 DeLorean may also be right around the corner, with a mooted release date of April 2022, and the mystery 10302 now has a very surprising licence attached to it…

10300 Back to the Future: DeLorean – €169.99
10302 Optimus Prime – 1,508 pieces, €169.99
10303 Roller Coaster – $359.99
10307 Eiffel Tower – €629.99

LEGO Avatar

It’s been rumoured on and off for a little while, and at one point was said to arrive in April, but the latest reports suggest that James Cameron’s Avatar is indeed the licence currently codenamed Coconut. At least four LEGO sets are slated to arrive on shelves in October, ahead of Avatar 2 arriving in cinemas in December.

75571 – 560 pieces, $39.99 / €39.99
75572 – 572 pieces, $59.99 / €54.99
75573 – 887 pieces, $89.99 / €89.99
75574 – 1,212 pieces, $139.99 / €139.99


Another month passes, and we’re another month closer to the sad truth that we probably aren’t going to get any goats in this summer’s rumoured LEGO CITY farm sets. But hey, there are plenty of other animals on the cards, including some newbies, so it’s nothing to feel too despondent about. A new train and more Stuntz sets will apparently fill out the rest of 2022.

60331 Stunt Bike: Road – 10 pieces
60332 Stunt Bike: Fearless Scorpion – 15 pieces 
60333 Stunt Bike: Bathtub – 14 pieces 
60337 High Speed Passenger Train – 764 pieces 
60338 Acrobatic Curl: Devastating Chimp – 226 pieces
60339 Double Loop Stunt Track –598 pieces
60340 Stunt Challenge: Swords – 154 pieces 
60341 Stunt Challenge: Takedown – 117 pieces 
60342 Stunt Challenge: Shark Attack – 122 pieces 
60344 Hen House – 101 pieces 
60345 Farmer’s Market Van – 310 pieces 
60346 Barn and Farm Animals – 230 pieces 
60347 Grocery Store – 404 pieces 
60352 LEGO CITY Advent Calendar – 287 pieces 
60353 Wild Animal Rescue Missions – 246 pieces 
60354 Mars Space Exploration Missions – 298 pieces 
60355 Water Police Investigation Missions – 278 pieces

LEGO Collectible Minifigures

The rest of this year’s blind-bagged Collectible Minifigures are still said to consist of another in-house series – following 71032 Series 22 – and The Muppets. That’s an unusual turn of events, given we usually get one in-house and two licensed series per year, but it could be that Series 23 is tied to the LEGO Group’s 90th anniversary.

71033 The Muppets
71034 Series 23 – September 1
71035 The Muppets Six-Pack
71036 Series 23 Six Pack

LEGO Disney

Image: Blog Mickey

Still the most exciting Disney set reportedly landing later this year is 40521 Mini Disney The Haunted Mansion, which sounds like a follow-up to last year’s 40478 Mini Disney Castle. Sign us up for an entire subtheme of microscale Disney Parks attractions. The other three sets on this list are apparently more Mickey and Friends models.

10777 TBC – 103 pieces
10778 TBC – 184 pieces
10780 TBC – 215 pieces
40521 Mini Disney The Haunted Mansion

LEGO Harry Potter

We’ve finally got the first word on what to expect from this summer’s LEGO Harry Potter sets, and it sounds like we’re in store for another eclectic mix of models – including what may be the first set based on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. There’s also another couple of additions to the new modular Hogwarts on the cards, along with a heavily-requested return to the Shrieking Shack.

76400 Hogwarts Carriage with Thestrals – 121 pieces, $19.99 / €19.99
76401 Hogwarts: Sirius’s Rescue – 345 pieces, $49.99 / €49.99
76402 Hogwarts: Dumbledore’s Office – 654 pieces, $79.99 / €79.99
76403 Ministry of Magic – 990 pieces, $99.99 / €99.99
76404 Harry Potter Advent Calendar – 334 pieces, $44.99 / €34.99
76405 TBC – $469.99 / €469.99
76406 Hungarian Horntail – 671 pieces, $49.99 / €49.99
76407 Shrieking Shack – 777 pieces, $89.99 / €89.99
76408 TBC – $119.99 / €119.99

LEGO Jurassic World

Most of this year’s LEGO Jurassic World sets have already been revealed, including the sublime 76956 T. rex Breakout. But according to recent reports, at least one is still rumoured to be on the way, with both a Giganotosaurus and a Therizinosaurus in the box. Sounds… gigantic.

76949 TBC – 810 pieces, €129.99

LEGO Marvel/DC

We’ve grouped together Marvel and DC as the vague branding of the superhero theme makes it tricky to determine which product numbers fall on which side of the coin, but there are a few sets that are obviously one or the other. Namely which are Marvel, anyway, because so far we’ve got zero word on any more DC sets for 2022. There must surely be some coming, though…

76216 Iron Man 2 Workshop – 496 pieces, €89.99
76217 Baby Groot – 476 pieces, €49.99
76218 Sanctum Sanctorum – 2,708 pieces, $209.99
76220 TBC – 43 pieces
76221 TBC – 456 pieces
76225 TBC
76226 TBC
76231 Guardians of the Galaxy Advent Calendar – $44.99


A total of nine LEGO NINJAGO sets are still said to be coming our way this summer, in a wave that seemingly revolves around crystals. Could the ninja be getting into new age medicine? Or are these sets simply a nod and a wink to Rock Raiders? Either way, colour us intrigued.

71759 Dragon Temple – 161 pieces, $39.99
71768 Jay’s Golden Dragon Motorbike – 137 pieces, $19.99
71769 Cole’s Dragon Racer – 384 pieces, $39.99
71770 Zane’s Gold Dragon Jet – 258 pieces, $29.99
71771 The Temple of the Crystal King – 703 pieces, $79.99
71772 The Crystal King – 723 pieces, $69.99
71773 Kai’s Gold Dragon Raider – 624 pieces, $89.99
71774 Lloyd’s Ultra Gold Dragon – 989 pieces, $139.99
71775 Nya’s Samurai X Mech – 1,003 pieces, $119.99

LEGO Speed Champions

The latest wave of eight-studs-wide Speed Champions cars has just raced on to store shelves, but in a shock turn of events, they apparently won’t be the theme’s only sets in 2022. What’s traditionally been a once-per-year range looks set to expand in 2022, bringing us at least three more cars later this year – and the first based on specific movie franchises.

76911 Aston Martin DB5
76912 1970 Dodge Charger
76913 TBC

LEGO Star Wars

We can tick a bunch of previously-rumoured LEGO Star Wars sets off the list this month, as the LEGO Group has either already revealed or released three new helmets, 75324 Dark Trooper Attack, 75325 The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter and 75326 Boba Fett’s Throne Room. There’s apparently still plenty to come, though, including a huge $530 set and the first UCS Luke’s Landspeeder, which may or may not include a drum-lacquered gold C-3PO minifigure.

40547 TBC
75323 [Cad Bane’s Ship]  – 1,022 pieces, €159.99
75329 Death Star Trench Run – €59.99
75330 Yoda’s Training – 1,000 pieces, €79.99
75331 TBC – $529.99
75332 AT-ST – 87 pieces, €29.99 / $29.99
75333 Jedi Starfighter – 282 pieces, €29.99 / $29.99
75334 TBC – 408 pieces, €49.99 / $49.99
75335 BD-1 – 1,062 pieces, €99.99 / $99.99
75336 [AT-TE] – $99.99
75337 TBC – $139.99
75338 TBC – $69.99
75339 TBC
75340 Star Wars Advent Calendar – 329 pieces, €34.99 / $44.99
75341 Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder – €199.99
75342 TBC – $39.99
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LEGO Stranger Things

Vague whisperings of more LEGO Stranger Things sets originally emerged last year, and since then the LEGO Group has proven it still has the keys to Netflix’s hit series with 40549 Demogorgon & Eleven and 854197 Demogorgon Keyring. And now that Season 4 has a firm release date, here’s hoping we see a true follow-up to 75810 The Upside Down sooner rather than later.

LEGO Technic

Image: Ferrari

We’ve finally got some inkling of what this year’s rumoured LEGO Technic supercar will be, and Ferrari fans should be happy. Or, more specifically, Ferrari Daytona SP3 fans, because that’s what the potentially-delayed model is said to depict. The second half of 2022 is shaping up to be an expensive one for Technic fans either way…

42143 Ferrari Daytona SP3 – 3,776 pieces, $399.99 / €399.99
42144 Waste Handler – 835 pieces, $139.99 / €99.99
42145 Airbus H175 Rescue Helicopter – 2,001 pieces, $199.99 / €199.99
42146 Liebherr LR 13000 – 2,882 pieces, $599.99 / €449.99

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I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then.

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Chris Wharfe

I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then.

One thought on “Every new LEGO set rumoured for 2022 so far – March update

  • 02/04/2022 at 11:09

    Are Lego going to do the JWST?


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