Hoth Bricks reports that the iconic vehicle will consist of 1,458 pieces, and should arrive by March 2021 for somewhere in the region of €150. It’s not the first Porsche rendered in bricks – the brand has a storied history in the Speed Champions and Technic themes – but it is the first to come to the range formerly known as Creator Expert.
If you’re out of the loop on LEGO branding, the LEGO Group ditched the Creator Expert terminology altogether in 2020. Instead, its many direct-to-consumer releases have been consolidated into the 18+ range that now permeates many of the LEGO Group’s themes, all with their distinct black boxes.
We’ve already seen the consequences of that decision for the Creator Expert theme with the Fairground Collection in 10273 Haunted House, and the Modular Buildings Collection in 10278 Police Station, so the introduction of the Vehicle Collection tag makes sense. It also means that sets including 10265 Ford Mustang and 10271 Fiat 500 can retrospectively be considered to be part of the same collection.
There’s no official word yet on the existence of 10295 Porsche 911, as relayed by Hoth Bricks, but we’ll bring you confirmation on the set if and when we receive it. And if this set does materialise, it will tally nicely with rumours reported in late 2020 – at least in terms of price.
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