Three Automotive Lego Kits: Mini Figure Scale Car Models Deserve Support

Mar 27, 2017 12:08 PM EDT | Lasitha

Lego does always support ideas that relate to cars. The Lego Ideas Page allows users to submit ideas and most of these ideas reach production once they are approved too. There are ideas that are submitted even recently that would be awesome if they reach production.

Lego has been brightening the lives of car lovers over the years. Lego has already made traditional kits for the classic VW Microbus, Mini Cooper, and the Caterham 620R. It also has an elaborate Technic kit for the 911 GT3 RS.

There are few awesome ideas that are mentioned here and if a submission hits 10,000 votes, it is considered for production. So, here's the time to show some support to fabulous ideas behind the mini cars, reported Auto Blog.

Lego Jeep Wrangler JK. The kit if the Lego Jeep Wrangler JK is highly detailed. In fact, there are two kits available. It is designed for both two-door and four-door versions. The kits feature removable hard tops, detailed interiors, and big tires. They also have accessories such as auxiliary lights, an off-road jack, winch, gas can, roof rack, and off-road bumper.

Lego Peugeot 205 Turbo 16. The Lego Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 is submitted with the aim of becoming one of Lego's Speed Champions kits. This kit features a tiny version of the Peugeot 205 Turbo 16, a Group B rally racer that gave Peugeot World Rally Championship titles two years in a row. The kit closely resembles the actual car and has a well-executed version of the car and its massive rear spoiler on the hatch, reported Auto Breaking News.

Lego Porsche 911 Turbo 930. Lego already has a GT3 RS Lego kit. Now it is the time that it enjoys the company of Lego Porsche 911 Turbo 930. The kit has turbocharged power, whale-tail wing, and scary driving dynamics thanks to considerable turbo lag and rear-engine handling characteristics. This model is quite large at 1:10 scale. It has detailed interior and exterior. The most impressive part is the remote-control components underneath that allow the car to be driven.

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