Sports Car is LEGO set 31100-1. It has a score of 83. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 3 scored reviews and 5 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 37.91% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in Creator.
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Let's face it, this isn't the kit you're going to get a kid to keep them occupied for a weekend of building. This one is a quick build, no matter which way you do it.But they hit the right price point, and actually come in cheaper than I'd normally expect a set with this many pieces to be. As long as they get around that 10 bucks per hundred pieces point, I'm happy, and this is under that.The build may be simple, but you're still left with some toys afterwards that work great for play. And it's nice sometimes to have the Lego sets that play well, instead of just looking good but are too fragile to do more than look at.Definitely a good product for any kid who loves Legos and loves crawling around the floor playing with cars.
I love how you can build more than one toy. My son loved being able to switch from one LEGO toy to another.
I think this set is well-suited for younger children, and could also be an affordable way for AFOLs to build up their parts collection.
In my opinion it is good value for money especially as you get 3 model options in the box and that has to be a good thing. The models are different enough to offer the youngers some scope for storytelling and they should keep them busy for a bit, even if it is just trying to separate the tyres from the rims to build the plane!
With a set of this size and such a basic build, it's quite difficult to go into in depth detail about it. They are clearly aimed towards younger builders, who would get a great deal of joy out of being able to create three different builds. Seeing how the same set of element can be used in different ways could certain inspire younger LEGO fans to start building their own creations. Which is why these sort of sets are so interesting. They may not be that interesting for AFOLs or have the draw of other themes, but they are almost the purest form of LEGO building.