Take your Lego car up a notch with these carbon fiber tiles

Mark Carpenter and his children have developed Lego compatible carbon fiber tiles for use with your new or existing models. Made from 3mm sheets of high gloss carbon fiber, these would be a perfect addition to the upcoming Speed Champions theme or any of your existing Lego automotive, aerospace or nautical vehicles. » 12/19/14 1:33pm Friday 1:33pm

Chinese Lego Knockoff Boldly Markets 'Terrorist Car' Kit

Xinlexin Electronic Toys' Lego-like line called "Gudi," (even the logo is cribbed) has tons of warfighter-themed sets, including this bearded fellow and his "Terrorist Air Car." I guess it makes sense to give your peacekeeping pieces somebody to fight, but somehow I feel like this would not fly in America. » 12/11/14 7:25pm 12/11/14 7:25pm

Dual-motor R/C Lego Stratos is drift-happy and perfect

Lego builder Piterx makes gorgeously detailed Technic replicas of real-life vehicles. The latest is a motorsports legend: The Lancia Stratos, one of the most fearsomely beautiful cars to ever blast down a rally stage. And thanks to dual R/C motors, this Piterx model is as fast and drift-happy as its real-life brethren. » 11/06/14 4:54pm 11/06/14 4:54pm

This Lego VW Type 2 T1 Bus is absolutely incredible!!

Having already built what is probably the coolest Lego Beetle that ever existed, builder Sheepo has churned out another spectacular Technic model. Normally, Technic models barely come close to looking the part, but this thing is unmistakable as the hippie van of the 60's. If the looks weren't enough for you this… » 10/30/14 7:48am 10/30/14 7:48am

New Lego Technic Book Will Make You Want To Play With Legos Forever

Lego's had a separate line just for the truly, irredeemably smitten gearhead for years, the Technic line. Where conventional Legos were defined by bricks, Technics went beyond mere masonry into the realm of engineering, and was full of moving gears and belts and pistons and other amazing stuff. Now there's a book » 10/01/14 9:56pm 10/01/14 9:56pm

OK, these LEGO F1 cars need to happen.

LEGO kits for the 1975 Ferrari F1 car, 1988 McLaren F1 car, and 1966 Lotus F1 car. Someone has taken the time to design and build all three of these cars, they just need votes/support to prove to LEGO that people would, in fact, buy them. In order to vote for the cars (showing support for the idea so LEGO might… » 6/20/14 12:30pm 6/20/14 12:30pm