LEGO City Stuntz launches October 1 with ten kits
Today, the LEGO Group is expanding its collection of City kits with the first new wave of the year. Taking a more extreme approach compared to what we’ve seen in the past, the new LEGO City Stuntz line arrives with a slew of new sets focused on performing sick laps with steering wheels, ramps, and other obstacles. of bricks. Head down below for a preview of the full line ahead of its launch later this fall.
LEGO launches ten new City Stuntz creations
In previous years, the LEGO City line has focused on everything from fighting fires and rescuing wildlife to exploring space. Now the latest collection for 2021 seeks to blend these trends with a unique series of sets. True to its adrenaline-pumping slogan, the LEGO City Stuntz line debuts with ten different creations.
The stars of the show across the new wave are the refreshed vehicles, which offer additional features on top of the usual brick action. There’s the flywheel stunt bike that lets you pull them back and then throw them on your own.
Along with the main theme sets, the LEGO Group will also be expanding the range with six additional City Stuntz kits. These Stunt Bike kits all arrive at $ 8 each and comes with a single themed figure to accompany the new design of the bike.
Here’s a look at the full list of sets:
- Waterfall show arena: $ 99.99 | 668 pieces
- Stunt Show Truck: $ 69.99 | 420 pieces
- Waterfalls park: $ 39.99 | 170 pieces
- Stunt competition: $ 29.99 | 73 pieces
- Freestyle bike with wheels: $ 7.99 | 14 pieces
- Rocket Stunt Bike: $ 7.99 | 14 pieces
- Freestyle selfie bike: $ 7.99 | 14 pieces
- Fire stunt bike: $ 7.99 | 11 pieces
- Stunt bike with chicken: $ 7.99 | 10 pieces
- Demolition stunt bike: $ 7.99 | 12 pieces
Launching later this fall
The next ten LEGO City Stuntz sets will be officially available for purchase on October 1. These will join an ever-growing collection of new builds that will also launch in the fall.
9to5Toys’ To take:
While many builders have been eager to assemble the new LEGO City Stuntz lineup since it was teased in early summer, it’s nice to see that there is more to look forward to for the rest of the year. . There will likely be a few larger releases released before the end of the year, but launching a whole new wave of sets in October will certainly help builders stick around until the new themes arrive in January of this year. ‘next year.
And notably, the sets themselves here seem quite enticing. Of course, the number of parts is lower thanks to the more unique parts like ramps and refreshed vehicles. But the playful value is definitely there in my book.
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