TheLegoPerson9

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  1. I couldn’t decide between McLaren and Ferrari, but we didn’t get a Ferrari set in 2016, so.... My guesses/wishes Mercedes-Benz Project One McLaren Senna Mercedes-Benz 300SL C2 and C8 idk about the $50 set.
  2. Chevy, Mercedes, and Ferrari. Maybe McLaren. I’m more interested in what classics we might see. They went from 2 in 2016 to 1 in 2017 to 4 in 2018. My first gueeses are either a 300SL or C2/C3 Corvette.
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    Speed Champions Wishlists and Future Speculation

    I would love more colors of the short SC fenders. Black, Light Bluish Gray, Dark Bluish Gray, Yellow, Orange, etc.
  4. I’m gonna go out on a limb here and say that one of the small sets could be the Mercedes-Benz Project One, but I could see it being the focus of the $49.99 set as well. For the $29.99 double set, we’ve gotten an iconic classic in all of them, so I’m gonna guess... 1. C2 and C8 Corvette. Probably not but the C2 or early C3 fits. 2. DB4 GT/DB5 and a modern race car. Not sure which modern car could be included. 3. M1 or M1 Procar and M8 GTE. I think LEGO might have this license given that technic motorcycle and the Mini Cooper set. Probably less likely than the Vette one, though. 4. Either Dino 206 GT or Ferrari 308 GTB and Ferrari 488 Pista. The 206 started Ferrari’s mid-engined, V6/V8 powered line, but if I had to pick, I’d think the 308 would be more likely. 5. Ferrari 500 Superfast and Ferrari 812 Superfast. I don’t know how well known the former is.
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    Speed Champions Wishlists and Future Speculation

    BMW: 3.0 CSL, M1 Procar, V12 LMR, and M8 GTE Aston Martin: Valkyrie, Vantage GTE, Vulcan, and DB4 GT Mercedes-Benz: Project One, W196, 300SL, and 190E McLaren: Can Am car, M28, F1 GTR, and Senna Ferrari: Ferrari 375 F1, Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta, Ferrari 330 P4, and Ferrari 333 SP. Porsche: Porsche 934 RSR, Porsche 917/30, Porsche 956, and Porsche 962 C2 Corvette MK IV GT40 Audi Sport Quattro Some are more plausible than others.
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    2018 Speed Champions Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    It was only TRU exclusive in the U.S.(and maybe Canada but idk), so I don’t think that would have led to its demise. I’m just wondering where the rumors are. This is usually the time we get set rumors for City, Creator, Speed Champions, etc.
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    Lego City 2019 - Rumours, Speculation and Discussion

    If it follows the same format, we won’t be getting a full new police theme, but rather about four sets. 2015 had Swamp Police 2016 had Prison Island and three other sets. 2017 had a full wave 2018 had Mountain Police
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    2018 Speed Champions Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    I’m probably too optimistic about this, but I really don’t see the theme being discontinued right after we got a new fender mould, among other thoughts. The one thing the theme would definitely news to stay afloat is new brands, as well as utilizing other brands that are already present like Mercedes-Benz. The C8 is a cars that I do see being likely in the still hypothetical 2019 wave, along with the Mercedes-Benz Project One and McLaren Senna. It would be cool to get a C8 alongside either a C2 or an early C3, since I’m certain we will also see at least one iconic classic.
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    2018 Speed Champions Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    Anyone see/hear anything yet? I’d assume no, since a new thread hasn’t been started, but still.
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    2018 Speed Champions Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    I just hope they bring Aston Martin into Speed Champions now that they seem to have the license. If this theme will continue, they will need to branch out and add new brands. So far, all the classics we’ve seen are icons, so a DB5, regardless whether it’s the Creator Expert set or not, would fit perfectly. Now that I think about it, LEGO have the BMW license, right? I think there was a BMW motorcycle in the Technic line, and Mini is currently owned by BMW.
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    2018 Speed Champions Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    Usually, but I don’t remember if Speed Champions were among them last summer.
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    2018 Speed Champions Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    I could see this happening. They’ve introduced a number of new parts in this theme.
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    2018 Speed Champions Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    Hypothetically speaking, if LEGO did get licensing from Toyota, it would potentially mean access to Lexus. That could lead to an LFA or LC500. The Supra was already mentioned, but if Toyota comes on board, I would personally be hoping for the 2000GT. I also saw BMW mentioned. IIRC, Mini is owned by BMW, so they must have some type of licensing with them, and I think there was a technic motorcycle as well. BMW also has a lengthy motorsport history, with cars such as the 3.0 CSL, M1 Procar, E30, V12 LMR, etc. A $30 BMW set with the M1 Procar and M8 GTE would be fantastic. Furthermore, I am a big fan of this year’s Ferrari Ultimate Garage set, and BMW is another brand that could easily fit in another set like it. It’s interesting that there hasn’t been a single Lamborghini yet. My only guess is because the modern Lamborghinis like the Aventador SV are extremely hard to pull off in this scale, perhaps even for the set designers. In addition to hoping theme lasts(even though I think it will), this is why I wish for two waves per year. There’s a lot they can do, and IMO, it doesn’t have to be second wave of 6-7 sets in the same year. It could easily be 3-4 and I think people would still be satisfied.
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    2018 Speed Champions Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    Even if the DB5 is F40 size, it could still mean Aston Martin for 2019 Speed Champions. It’s doing pretty well for itself, so I’d imagine LEGO would want to keep it going, especially with all the new parts the theme has introduced. Maybe I’m too optimistic, but I just don’t see it being discontinued when taking everything into account. Now, assuming we are getting another wave for 2019, I’m personally hoping for the Mercedes-Benz Project One, and if they have/get the licenses for Aston Martin and Mopars, an Aston Martin Valkyrie and a 1968 Dodge Charger.
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    2018 Speed Champions Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    ^A DB5 would also be nice, and they don't need to have any James Bond licensing. They can just do what they did with the Mustang. It was only TRU exclusive in North America, iirc. Furthermore, the 2017 and 2018 sets are now on the Target website for those within the United States. Also, automotive websites have been reporting on the theme since it's inception, and the theme has improved since and have added numerous new parts, and there's also the factor of licensing costs. I remember reading that Ferrari and Bugatti are not cheap licenses to get, and if they have licenses, they gotta use them, or it will be a waste. With the positive reception and the costs of new parts and licensing, it's likely not going anywhere. There's still a lot that they can do with it. assuming they get new licenses for the theme. The lack of a second wave is definitely strange, as I don't recall any other major theme that only has one wave per year. I would like to think that will change eventually, but I am not holding my breath.