Ferrari x LEGO Collection

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Ferrari and LEGO have teamed up to release a limited collection of iconic cars in toy brick form to help promote Shell V-Power.

With all of the collaborations LEGO has been involved in over the years, we were impatiently waiting for the toy company we all know and love to once again team up with the Italian luxury auto makers at Ferrari. And that time is now. Say hello to the Shell V-Power LEGO Collection. Unfortunately this collection is only available at Shell gas stations in Singapore and Hong Kong at the moment, but the small collection is set to hit the rest of the globe in the ensuing months. Seen in the set is a 1962 250 GTO, 1970 512S, 2013 F138 Formula One Car, and a 2013 F12 Berlinetta. Of course what would a set of iconic racing vehicles be without a Fiorano Shell Station and a finish line and podium for the winner (complete with minifigures)? There’s also a Shell tanker in the mix as well. [Purchase]

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