The Lego Harley-Davidson Fat Boy will set buyers in the U.S. back $99.
It may cost only £315 ($400) but the McLaren 720S Ride-On comes equipped with dihedral doors.
The Lego Porsche 911 Turbo 3.0 costs just $14.99, much less than the real thing.
The new Land Rover Defender will be sold in three- and five-door forms.
This Lego Technic Model X features remote-controlled doors, wing and suspension, and has 9 small motors.
The 1:25 scale Escort RS1800 is constructed out of gold, silver, diamonds and other gemstones – and was 25 years in the making.
If it gets 10,000 votes, LEGO will consider putting this Centenario 1:6 scale model into production.
The McLaren Senna model includes a remote control which operates the lights, doors and more.
This Lego Technic model of Block’s Hoonicorn V2 features functional electric motors and a working gearbox.
After a series of delays, Roborace will launch its revolutionary racing series in 2021.
Building this life-size Sebba took almost half a million LEGO bricks – or 200,000 more than 2017’s 720S model.
The stunning 1,471-piece 1960s Ford Mustang set from Lego Creator will set you back $149.99.