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Speed Champions is a theme introduced in March 2015. In this theme, semi-accurate models of racing cars belonging to existing brands are created using a variety of LEGO bricks.

Official Press Release

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Beginning from March 2015, builders of all ages, with fuel in their veins, can now create the speeding-bullet cars at home. The LEGO Group has now announced its partnership with the three automobile manufacturers Ferrari, McLaren and Porsche resulting in a new, high-speed product line for building the most favourite cars from LEGO bricks: the LEGO Speed Champions. An adrenaline kick and the thrill of speed are included.

Seven different LEGO sets will be available from spring 2015, ensuring lots of racing action and squealing tyres in the children’s room. A large red Ferrari truck drives up – together with the Ferrari F14 T Racing car. What’s more, a McLaren Mercedes pit stop set will also be available, featuring the McLaren Mercedes MP4-29 as well as the home stretch with lights function and two Porsche cars – the 911 RSR and 911 GT3 R Hybrid. Also, four sets of stand-alone vehicles wait to hit the track. Whether it is a racing car or road car – the new brick built car models will get the hearts of five- to eleven-year old as well as grown up engine fans beating faster.

In addition to typical LEGO building fun, the LEGO Speed Champions series of vehicles is particularly amazing thanks to its many authentic details: the LEGO minifigures are wearing racing car overalls, there is a winner’s cup, flags and detailed tools – inspired by their big role models Ferrari, McLaren and Porsche whether you are a passionate builder or a keen car fan, there is an exciting offer. Now just one question remains: Who will be the Speed Champion in 2015?


List of sets

Image#SetNumber of piecesMinifiguresPriceRelease
75870 alt1.jpg75870Chevrolet Corvette Z06173 2016
75871 alt1.jpg75871Ford Mustang GT185Driver 2016
75872 alt1.jpg75872Audi R18 e-tron quattro166Driver 2016
75873 alt1.jpg75873Audi R8 LMS ultra175Drive 2016
75874 alt1.jpg75874Chevrolet Camaro Drag Race4453$29.992016
75875 alt1.jpg75875Ford F-150 Raptor & Ford Model A Hot Rod6644$49.992016
75876 alt1.jpg75876Porsche 919 Hybrid and 917K Pit Lane7325$69.992016
75977Box.jpg75877Mercedes-AMG GT3196$14.992017
75878 alt1.jpg75878Bugatti Chiron1811 2017
75879 alt1.jpg75879Scuderia Ferrari SF16-H1841 2017
75880 alt1.jpg75880McLaren 720S1611 2017
75881 alt1.jpg758812016 Ford GT & 1966 Ford GT403663 2017
75882 alt1.jpg75882Ferrari FXX K & Development Center4944 2017
75883 alt1.jpg75883Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team9418 2017
75884 alt1.jpg758841968 Ford Mustang Fastback1831 2018
75885 alt1.jpg75885Ford Fiesta M-Sport WRC2031 2018
75886 alt1.jpg75886Ferrari 488 GT3 Scuderia Corsa1791 2018
75887 alt1.jpg75887Porsche 919 Hybrid1631 2018
75888 alt1.jpg75888Porsche 911 RSR and 911 Turbo 3.03913$29.99 / €39.992018
75889 alt1.jpg75889Ferrari Ultimate Garage8417 2018
75890.jpg75890Ferrari F40 Competizione1981$14.99 / €14.99January 2, 2019
75891 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Race Car Box Front.jpg75891Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Race Car1981$14.99 / €14.99January 2, 2019
75892 alt1.jpg75892McLaren Senna2191$14.99 / €14.99January 2, 2019
75893 alt1.jpg758932018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and 1970 Dodge Charger R/T4783$29.99 / €39.99January 2, 2019
75894 alt1.jpg758941967 Mini Cooper S Rally and 2018 MINI John Cooper Works Buggy4814$49.99 / €49.99January 2, 2019
75895 1974 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.0 Box Front.jpeg758951974 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.01801$14.99 / €14.99August 1, 2019
75899LaFerrariBox.PNG75899Ferrari LaFerrari164Racer$14.99March 2015
75908458ItaliaGT2Box.PNG75908Ferrari 458 Italia GT2153Racer March 2015
75909McLarenP1Box.PNG75909McLaren P1168Racer$14.99March 2015
75910Porsche918SpyderBox.PNG75910Porsche 918 Spyder Racer March 2015
75911 McLaren Mercedes Pit-stop.jpg75911McLaren Mercedes Pit-stop332Jenson Button, Pit-crew Member, Technician March 2015
75912 Porsche 911 GT Finishing Line.jpg75912Porsche 911 GT Finishing Line551Racers 2× (different types), Race Official, Photographer March 2015
75913 Ferrari F14T & Scuderia Ferrari Truck.jpg75913Ferrari F14 & Scuderia Ferrari Truck Racers 2× (different types), Pit Crew Members 3× (different types), Technician$99.99March 2015
75995.jpeg75995Mercedes AMG Petronas Team Gift 2017120 2017
76895 alt1.jpg76895Ferrari F8 Tributo2751$19.99 / €19.99January 3, 2020
76896.jpg76896Nissan GT-R NISMO2981$19.99 / €19.99January 2, 2020
Audi.png768971985 Audi Sport Quattro S12501$19.99 / €19.99January 2, 2020
76898 B1.jpg76898Formula E Panasonic Jaguar Racing GEN2 Car & Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY5652$29.99 / €39.992020
76899 alt1.jpg76899Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo EVO & Urus ST-X6632$49.99 / €59.992020
30342-1.jpg30342Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo EVO69N/A$4.97 / €3.99January 1, 2020


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Notes

The color themes for the box designs changed according to the years the sets were released. Notable examples of alterations include: the color of the word "Speed", the stripe, and the racer's helmet.

  • For 2015, the color theme was blue, with a blue racing helmet.
  • For 2016, the color theme was green, and the racer's helmet turned black.
  • For 2017, the color theme was gold, the racer's face changed and his visor turned blue.
  • Since 2018, the color theme is silver, with the racer's face now replaced by the car company logo. The overall box and graphic stripe designs introduced for this particular year were carried over for 2019.
  • For 2020, an incremental change was conducted, utilising a checkered flag style gradient in place of the traditional stripe. This new fade element extends roughly halfway through the top section of the packaging before revealing the background artwork. The vehicle manufacturer logo is retained in the top right-hand corner.
  • The 2017 and 2020 wave are the only 2 Speed Champions wave without Porsche cars.

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Box Art Evolution

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