The latest iconic vehicle in the series that we used to call Creator Expert. This is the 10295 Porsche 911 Turbo and 911 Targa Join me and I’ll. Show you all the details about this fine piece of German and Danish engineering. Let’S. Try to clarify the product family first. LEGO released a lot of sets in the past years with the Creator Expert branding, including several classic and iconic vehicles.. The last of them was the 10271 Fiat 500 set that one had a really nice colorful box, and you can see the Creator Expert badge on it.. The next one in the row was the 10274 Ghostbusters ECTO 1 set, and it was already released with the refreshed 18 adult oriented design with the black background and the colored stripe at the bottom.. The sets with the new design are still listed under the Creator. Expert theme on lego.com, but I guess they will be rebranded sooner or later.. The Porsche 911 also received the serious box design. With the black background. The brick built stripe at the bottom is grey. This time. I’m sure there are a lot of Porsche fans who love this vehicle choice and can’t wait to get this set, but I’ve heard other voices as well like yet another LEGO, Porsche Well to be honest, LEGO had quite a few Porsche releases in the past. We had 2 Technic sets even more Speed Champions ones, so now here’s one again.. I have to say that I totally understand and support the decision.

Since this Creator, Expert series seemed to focus on vehicles in the past few years that are truly iconic for one reason or another.. We have to admit that if we are talking about iconic cars, the Porsche 911 will appear on the top of the list. For most of us, regardless, if we are a fan of the brand or not. Honestly, if I wanted to raise a question about the decision, I would rather ask about the color.. Why is it white again Porsche had so many vibrant colors on their palette for the classic 911 it’s a bit. Shame to see it in white again. LEGO will publish shortly a video with the designer of the set and guests from Porsche. I hope in that we’ll get some background information about the color choice, since I had the chance to send some questions to them. I’ll link the video in the top right corner. Once it goes, live. Let’s get back to the box. We can see an oldschool 911 badge, along with the Porsche and LEGO logos. Besides the car., This is the Turbo version of the 911 and there’s another one. The big feature of this set is the possibility to build two different editions of the 911. Here. Is the Targa edition on the back without the roof and with a slightly different body.? There are some details here about the 2 versions. I will talk about them in a minute.. The dimensions are also visible.

The car is 35 cm. Long 10 cm high and 16 cm wide.. This makes it very similar to the Ford Mustang that one is just a little bit longer and wider.. I know you want to know the important numbers the set has 1458 pieces. The price is 149.99, 129.99 119.99 GBP and it will be available for VIP members from February 16th on LEGO.com. From March 1st, the set will be on sale in LEGO, Retail stores and on lego.com, as well. Now let’s. Take a closer look at the 2 variants on these photos. One of the first things to realize there are two set of rims. The Targa version seems to have the same rims as the Ford Mustang, but the Turbo has them in black a very nice and useful new color for this piece. Besides that, the 2 models have some key differences like the wider body at the rear axle of the Turbo or the iconic whale tale.. The Targa edition has the removable roof and the Targa bar. On this pair of photos. You can see how wide is the Turbo’s rear and we can get a better view of the whale tail or the Targa bar with the authentic plastic rear window.. The engine bay is also different in the two models, both of them replicating the original setup. With some fine details. As a nice extra for the Targa, the roof can be stored. Underneath the hood of the car., The interior is very nice and detailed as well.

There are 2 2 sport seats and a detailed dashboard finished in dark orange and nougat. Further interior details include a handbrake, gearshift and functional steering while the front seats also tilt forward for access to the rear bench. Seats. LEGO really wants to make this release special, so they will offer the first buyers the chance to receive a limited edition, LEGO Porsche owners pack with their purchase.. The pack contains a certificate of ownership, an official LEGO, Porsche card wallet and a set of four unique art prints based on contemporary Porsche 911 ads.. This gift with purchase will be available in limited numbers for VIP members. More details will be available at lego.com.. Please. Let me know your thoughts about the set in the comments. What is your first impression based on the photos we got so far. Remember. The date is February 16th for LEGO, VIP members. I really can’t wait to get this set and show you all the details of the build. So please give this video a thumbs up if you liked it and don’t forget to subscribe and tap on the notification bell.

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