Lego unveiled a new Porsche 911 GT3 RS for its Technic Lego Series and it’s one of the most accurate reproductions of Porsche’s famed sportscars as far as Lego bricks go.
If you or your younger ones are a fan of what Lego has been coming out with for their Lego Technic lineup, then be ready to get excited about Lego Technic’s newest member to the family. According to The Brother’s Brick on their findings earlier this Tuesday, it looks like Lego has made a fairly accurate representation of a Porsche 911 GT3 RS (probably thanks to getting all their licensing rights in order.) Check out an exclusive walkaround and first hand look at this Lego Porsche thanks to a Hobby Media below.
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Believe it or not, toy trade shows are a big deal worldwide and while there should be a Toy Trade Show hitting American shores in a couple of weeks, the first show kicked off in Germany just a couple of days ago. Sitting on Lego’s display case was undeniably one of their newest models styled after a Porsche 911 GT3 RS complete with inner roll-cage and fixed rear wing out back.
The photo on the display box shows the Porsche 991 GT3 RS decked out in camoflauge typically found on prototypes so we assume they won’t ditch this awesome paint scheme for a monochrome one with Porsche graphics and decals.
And although, as many of Lego Technics lineup has, the age rating is for kids 16 and up, rest assured that kids of all ages will definitely enjoy this newest Technic model.
Also on display where a new bucket wheel excavator and tractor.
We think this is a great way to ignite that passion in young tinkerers out there in a fun and dynamic toy.
Sets of this magnitude have upwards of 1,000 pieces and assembly booklets oftentimes have more than 200 pages so the fun in these toys is definitely in the process of assembly. Expect prices to touch $100 and beyond for this particular Porsche.