Images of many of the early 2020 sets are trickling in via various retailers. Below, we will discuss what we know so far, which can help with planning for next year’s purchases. Keep in mind that it’s likely that some of these sets will be available before Christmas, either from LEGO directly, from retailers, or both. So, let’s take a look.
➡ 2020 LEGO CITY SETS: As usual LEGO City is a rehash of LEGO City Fire and LEGO City Police sets. There are a couple of interesting features worth noting though. Some of the sets come with a new magnet piece. The helicopters have new windscreens and can fly with a zip-and-launch mechanism. And #60246 LEGO Police Station comes with light and sound bricks. There is also a great set with a cool looking safari jeep (see above). Click on images for larger view. Look out for these new sets at the LEGO City section of the Online LEGO Shop.
➡ 2020 LEGO CREATOR 3-IN-1 SETS: These sets all include instructions for three different models. Some of the most noteworthy ones are the #31101 LEGO Creator Monster Truck, the #31002 LEGO Creator Fire Dragon, the interesting looking #31103 LEGO Creator Rocket Truck, the crazy #31104 LEGO Creator Burger Monster Truck, and the lovely #31105 LEGO Creator Toy Shop Town House. These will be listed at the LEGO Creator section of the Online LEGO Shop.
➡ 2020 LEGO DISNEY SETS: Several of the new LEGO Disney sets are rehashes of earlier releases, and are great for kids who missed out previously. However far more interesting are the story book sets, which include mini versions of LEGO Disney characters. The sets will be listed at the LEGO Disney section of the Online LEGO Shop.
➡ 2020 LEGO FRIENDS SETS: There are tons of new sets in this theme, featuring many new elements, new colors, clever ways to make various brick-built accessories, and more. There is also a series of new square little collectible boxes, which are similar to the previously released round LEGO pods. They all come with a mini-doll, a little brick-built scene, and a surprise pet. Some of these sets may be available before the end of the year at the LEGO Friends section of the Online LEGO Shop.
➡ 2020 LEGO HIDDEN SIDE SETS: This unique theme with augmented reality capabilities will get six more sets. Pay attention to the minifigs and accessories. There is a lot to like here, so click on the images for larger view. The sets will be available at the LEGO Hidden Side section of the Online LEGO Shop.
➡ 2020 LEGO NINJAGO SETS: LEGO Ninjago also comes with a large selection of new sets featuring new characters, vehicles, and locations. Some are re-releases of sets from previous seasons others are brand new. The #71708 LEGO Ninjago Gamer’s Market, the #71711 LEGO Ninjago Jay’s Cyber Dragon, and the collection of arcade game boxes are especially interesting. The sets will be available at the LEGO Ninjago section of the Online LEGO Shop.
➡ 2020 LEGO SPEED CHAMPIONS SETS: Since we last talked about these sets a few days ago, two more sets were revealed. The #76895 LEGO Speed Champions Ferrari F8 Tributo, and the #1985 Audi Sport Quattro S1. All the new LEGO Speed Champions sets are 8-stud wide, which allowed LEGO designers to make them more accurate compared to the real cars. Click on images for larger view. The sets will be available at the LEGO Speed Champions section of the Online LEGO Shop.
➡ 2020 LEGO STAR WARS SETS: We are getting more LEGO Star Wars Microfighters and LEGO Star Wars Battle Packs. There are also some medium-size sets, like the #75270 LEGO Star Wars Obi-Wan’s Hut, the #75271 LEGO Star Wars Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder, the #75272 LEGO Star Wars TIE Dagger, and the #75273 LEGO Star Wars Poe Dameron’s X-wing Fighter. They will be listed at the LEGO Star Wars section of the Online LEGO Shop.
➡ 2020 LEGO TECHNIC SETS: The #42102 LEGO Technic Mini CLAAS XERION and the #42103 LEGO Technic Dragster are two tiny sets but with great functions. We also get three pull-back racers; the #42103 LEGO Technic Dragster, the #42104 LEGO Technic Race Truck, and the #42106 LEGO Technic Stunt Show. They can’t be combined like the pull-back racers from previous years, but they all have an alternate way of building them. The #42105 LEGO Technic Catamaran is another nice set (and it can float!), and the largest set is the #42108 LEGO Technic Mobile Crane. And don’t forget about the #42109 LEGO Technic Top Gear Rally Car with LEGO Power Functions. They will be available at the LEGO Technic section of the Online LEGO Shop.
➡ 2020 LEGO TROLLS SETS: Trolls is a new theme for LEGO that was announced earlier this year. The sets come with some really interesting minifigs, colors, and accessories. It’s worth checking them out just for the parts even if you don’t care for the theme itself. They will be listed at the Online LEGO Shop.
While we can look forward to all the new sets, don’t forget about all the sales and special promotions LEGO is offering on currently available sets. LEGO VIP members get early dip into the Black Friday specials this weekend, including 30% discount on select sets, and Double VIP Points on all purchases. There are also daily deals between now and Black Friday weekend, so make sure you visit the Online LEGO Shop.
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Wow! Hidden sides , yes. Ninjago , double yes. It looks like I can combine ninjago with nexo Knights. Star wars , yes. I can continue making my Tatooine scene. I think I’m going to be bombarded by new Lego sets end of this year and the beginning of next year.😀😀.
Hmmm, that Safari Jeep is pretty cool, and it reminds me of 6672 Safari Off-Road Vehicle which I owned as a kid. I might check it out, depending on price.
Otherwise, few sets I personally feel are definite must-haves although I might Bricklink or Bricks-And-Piece occasional minifigs or special parts coming up.
By the way, it seems that the Ninjago Legacy sets aren’t strict re-releases, but updated remakes of old fan favorites.
Yes, Ninjago is coming out with more Legacy sets, that are updated versions of previous sets, but there are also new ones. I’m reallky curious if the decorations on the arcades are stickers or prints.
Judging from the photos on Brickset, they appear to be stickers…
Wow. So many new sets! So far this is what I like. The Ninjago arcade games, the Technic sets, and the Ceartor monster ice cream truck.
I like the battle packs and the microfighters. The ninjago sets are cool too. The first wave of the hidden side was better in my opinion, but may get some.
There are some Marvel and Minecraft sets revealed too. Nothing special, but wanted to let admin know. As far as what I like, Speed Champions, Ninjago, and Technic. And Trolls doesn’t look as bad as I thought they would be.
Ah, yeah. The Minecraft sets are up at Brickset, and the Marvel sets could be seen at
(and possibly other places).
I’m kinda disappointed with the Marvel sets, though. I was curious about 76148 Spider-Man VS. Doc Ock since I heard it would feature both a Doc Ock and a Spider-Girl minifig, but the Spider-Man sets were all full of uncanonical vehicles which didn’t even look particularly good…
It seems like they are made for the 4+ crowd. With those parts and building techniques that’s the best we will get. The bots are very similar to the Nexo Knights bots we got a couple of years ago. Good for teaching kids to build small mechs.
Thanks, Jeff, yes, I saw those too. 🙂
Isn’t we supposed to get a mini gingerbread house too? I remember seeing that somewhere.
I think that’s a freebie for December.
Yes, it’s the freebie in December with purchases $99 and over. 🙂
I want the safari jeep and the monster trucks!!!! And the Technic stunt show truck!! 😀
And yes, I like giraffes.
I hope lego will make sets for the Mandalorian. I want a baby Yoda!! 😀
Haha! Yes, we need a baby yoda. They could use a similar mold as they did for the trolls in the Elves sets. And we also need the Mandalorian ship.
Now I want a baby Yoda too! 😀
It will be harder to find the more muted colors like gray or tan in those new lego sets.
It seems the colors are getting more vibrand each year.
I’m for it. A lot of Star Wars and licensed sets are oversaturated with black and muted colors.
Those are great resources. Thanks for sharing. 🙂
Still no real great city concept — no stores, houses, everyday street scenes. As pointed out above, ever less muted colors that match real life
Oh well. I guess I wait for sales and markdowns.