Man thumb up Lego Colosseum drawing cartoon

Lego sets with Italian themes

Are you looking for Lego sets with Italian themes online? You’re in the right spot. I’ve searched for you. Here are all the collections that will make you think of Italy.

Italian Lego sets come in three groups:

a.) Current Lego sets: Ones you can buy on Lego’s website.

b.) Retired Lego sets: Ones that used to be on Lego’s website but aren’t anymore.

c.) In review Lego sets: Ideas for Lego sets that people are voting on to see if Lego will sell them someday.

Current Lego sets

Now, let’s start with the simple ones. Here are the Lego sets you can buy directly from Lego’s website.

They’re all about Italian cars and motorbikes. Let’s relax and listen to the engines revving.

Ferrari Daytona SP3

The Ferrari Daytona SP3 is a rare sports car made in limited numbers. It was shown to the public on November 20, 2021, for the 2023 model year. In 2022, only 599 were made (costing $2.25 million each). But don’t worry if you can’t get one of those 599. There’s a Lego model that looks almost the same.

Ferrari Daytona Lego cartoon

Lamborghini Sián FKP 37

The Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 is a limited-production car shown online on September 3, 2019. The name Sián means “flash of lightning” in Bolognese. The FKP 37 part comes from the initials and birth year of the former chairman of Volkswagen Group, Ferdinand Karl Piëch. This Lambo can be yours. You’re just one click away.

Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 Lego cartoon

Pagani Utopia

The Pagani Utopia is a sports car made by the Italian company Pagani. They worked on it under the name ‘C10’ and showed it off on September 12, 2022, at the Teatro Lirico in Milan. It’s Pagani’s third car model, following the Pagani Huayra. The Utopia has more power and offers a manual gearbox choice. Only 99 Pagani Utopia cars came out of the factory. Do you want a Lego replica of one of them?

Pagani Utopia Lego cartoon

1970 Ferrari 512 M

The 1970 Ferrari 512 M name needs an explanation. Let’s start with 25 sports cars from the same family made in 1969–70 and called Ferrari 512 S. They had big five-liter, 12-cylinder engines (“512”). These cars were similar to the Ferrari P sports prototypes. The V12 engine cars were used in the 1970 International Championship for Makes by the factory Scuderia Ferrari and other teams. Later that year, they changed the cars to make them more like their main competitor, the Porsche 917, and called them Ferrari 512 M, which stands for “modified.”

1970 Ferrari 512 M Lego cartoon

Lamborghini Huracán Tecnica Orange

The Lamborghini Huracán, which means “hurricane” in Spanish, is a sports car that takes the place of the Lamborghini Gallardo. It was shown to the world online in December 2013 and had its big premiere at the 2014 Geneva Auto Show. It became available to buy in the second part of 2014. Do you want to buy one? A Lego one?

Lamborghini Huracán Tecnica Orange Lego cartoon

Lamborghini Countach

The Lamborghini Countach is a sports car made from 1974 to 1990. It has the engine in the back and drives the rear wheels. Countach’s designer is the Italian design company Bertone (known for creating the “Italian Wedge” shape with sharp angles). Click here to take a closer look at the “Italian Wedge” on the Lamborghini Countach!

Lamborghini Countach Lego cartoon

Ferrari 812 Competizione

The Ferrari 812 Competizione is a good-looking sports car with a long nose. It can also be yours by clicking here.

Ferrari 812 Competizione Lego cartoon

Vespa 125

Vespas are an icon of the Italian culture. You can now place one of these fancy little scooters on your desk beside your computer.

Vespa 125 Lego cartoon

Vespa

If, for any reason, you couldn’t afford the earlier Vespa, you’ll sure be able to buy this one!

Vespa motorbike Lego cartoon

Family Tree

Italian and family are inseparable. So, having your Lego family tree nearby is something any Italian would do!

Family Tree Lego cartoon

Retired products

We ran out of Lego sets shown in the Lego store. So, now we will look at Lego sets that were retired from Lego’s website’s shelves. You can still purchase some of these via third parties.

Colosseum

The Lego Colosseum is one of the Lego sets with most pieces (the count reaches 9036). And it’s a Lego work of art. Check it out for yourself!

Colosseum Lego box cartoon

Trevi Fountain

Toss a coin and make a wish. If you can’t go to the Trevi Fountain, have Trevi Fountain come to you!

Trevi Fountain Lego cartoon

Venice

Romantic trips around the canals and inspiring sunsets are just a few of the things you have missed if you have not been to Venice. Venice Beach does not count! But what you can’t miss is having a reminder of the Venice skyline near your workspace.

Venice Lego cartoon

In review Lego sets

People like you and me can submit ideas to the ideas.lego.com website. If an idea gets 10,000 votes, Lego takes a closer look at it. Some of these ideas even end up becoming real Lego sets. And you can buy them directly at a Lego Store. The creator of the Lego set gets 1% of every set Lego sells. Do you want to see the ideas with Italian themes currently being voted on?

Italian Riviera Lego cartoon

Wrapping Up!

It’s been fun looking at all these sets. We hope you’ve chosen one and feel proud to show off your Italian heritage!

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