After initially leaking in some game files all the way back at the start of December, the latest patch notes for Forza Horizon 4 let us know the Bugatti Chiron has been added to the LEGO Speed Champions expansion for the game.
With Spielwarenmesse in swing yesterday in Germany, we saw the announcement of the next Ultimate Creator Series car after the Bugatti Chiron and Porsche GT3 RS - a Lamborghini. LEGO are still keeping the exact model under wraps with this blacked out teaser shot - let's find out what we know and what's to come on this exciting new model for Summer 2020.
After rumours circling in October last year, we've had an official announcment of the partnership between LEGO Technic and the Fast and the Furious movie franchise which is going to produce Technic set 42111, released in April 2020.
With some internal game files revealing 120 potential new vehicles in the Forza franchise our eyes were drawn to one particular listing suggesting there might be more to come for the Speed Champions expansion to Horizon 4, specifically the Bugatti Chiron.
We covered it as part of our 2020 Speed Champions sets post after it's release a few days ago, but we're bringing you the full details of the new, 8 wide, Nissan GT-R NISMO model coming as part of next year's releases along with all the images and info from the Nissan launch event in Japan.
With a (blurry) leaked image from LEGO's 2020 polybag/small set releases we've found out there'll be a Speed Champions polybag set featuring the Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo Evo. For those of you not excited about shelling out the relatively high price tag for the full on, 8 wide, Huracan and Urus double pack this could be just the answer.
The 2020 LEGO Speed Champions sets have been revealed with the release of more images today. It's official - we're seeing the Ferrari F8 Tributo and 1985 Audi Sport quattro S1 being added to the Speed Champions line. This is our first nearly complete look at all the sets we're going to be able to buy next year.
With the LA Autoshow starting this week LEGO have chosen to reveal their collaboration with Top Gear - an app powered remote control rally car. Fitted with LEGO's new Control+ app-based RC system, this model has a strong price tag and a low part count.
As their release for sale gets closer today we've seen official LEGO imagery for the new Lamborghini twin-pack giving us our first proper look at the two models, including the rear of both the Huracan and Urus. We've also had a few new images of the Jaguar twin pack - both due for release January 1, 2020 and presumably making their debut on the LEGO Store some time in December.
After the initial announcement of the Speed Champions Jaguar I-PACE Formula E and E-PACE twin pack, next we're seeing the long awaited introduction of Lamborghini in the Speed Champions line up. Today we're seeing the introduction of the Huracan Super Trofeo Evo and Urus ST-X double pack for 2020, both in the new '8 wide' format.