Best Lego Car Sets 2020
I have always been a Lego lover (personally, I’m a big fan of Lego Technic) and in this list, I have tried to include the best car sets from each Lego category. The selection is based on my own personal choices.
Here we go to my reviews:
Lego Technic 42083 Bugatti Chiron
I will start off my reviews with the most advanced car Lego set that you can buy now. It is the exclusive Lego Technic Bugatti Chiron set. This set has also the highest value and it is the largest one on this list. It is a premium Lego model that was released in 2018 in partnership with the Bugatti company. It was created with the Bugatti license. Every Lego set on this list was actually created with a respective license, as they are all replicas of real car models. This Bugatti set contains 3,599 pieces. I don’t recommend this Lego model for small kids. It is ideal for children that are 16 years old or older.
Lego Creator Expert 10265 Ford Mustang
The second one on my list is a Lego Creator set. It is an authentic Lego replica of the 1966 Ford Mustang vehicle. This set was developed exclusively in partnership with Ford. The package also includes various accessories using which you can customize the final model. It has a detailed interior and engine. This set consists of 1,471 parts and is recommended for kids of the age of 16+. It is also an ideal Lego car set for adults, just like the Bugatti set mentioned above.
Lego Speed Champions 76895 Ferrari F8 Tributo
The third one on my list is a small Ferrari supercar Lego set. Actually, this is the simplest set of all these reviews. It is also ideal for smaller kids from the age of 7. It includes a Ferrari-dressed minifigure and comes with 275 bricks, which makes this set the smallest one from this list. If you are a Ferrari enthusiast and you want to choose from more Ferrari Lego sets, I recommend checking out my other article that features the top 4 Ferrari Lego Technic sets. It includes more advanced sets (BTW, I’m a proud owner of the first one mentioned in that article :)).
Lego Creator 10252 Volkswagen Beetle
The next one on this list is a VW Beetle Lego set. The Volkswagen Beetle marks a remarkable part of the world’s automotive history, so I thought that this Lego model is definitely a must-have on this list. The main features of this set include the Beetle’s typical curved fender lines, white rims, flat windscreen, VW logo and V4 engine. This set comes in 1,167 pieces and is recommended for the age 16+. And I would also say that if you want to buy a car Lego set for a girl, I would choose this one. 🙂
Lego Technic 42110 Land Rover Defender
Another one on my list is a second Lego Technic automotive set in these reviews, the Land Rover Defender. The main features of this model are realistic mechanical functions. This Lego set, and particularly all Lego Technic sets, develop creative thinking of your children. It is ideal for kids who are 11 years or older. The dimensions of this model are 16 inch in length, 8 inch in height and 7 inch in width.
Lego Technic 42096 Preliminary GT Race Car
The last one on my list is another Lego Technic supercar. Actually, this is a modified Porsche 911 PSR race car Lego set. I must note that there is another Lego Technic Porsche 911 set, too. That one is a little older (but bigger though), the Lego Technic 2016’s flagship special model. It is similar to the Bugatti Chiron set and you can check my more extensive review of this particular set with some authentic photos of its exclusive packaging as well. Here’s the link to it: Lego Technic Porsche 911 GT3 RS review. However, personally, I would prefer this white & red colored smaller Lego Porsche set. It comes with 1,580 pieces and is suitable for kids of the age 10+.
Lastly, if you wonder which model would be my choice, it would definitely be the Bugatti Chiron set. Although it would probably take me a few weeks to complete it. And I don’t know if I would have enough patience for that, because this set includes every possible detail. 🙂
I hope you have been able to find your favorite model in this list.
Lego enthusiast, big Lego Technic fan. I have been blogging about Lego since 2017, when I started this blog. When I’m not writing an article for this blog or building a Lego set, I’m probably riding my bike. You can find out more about me here.