A Lego set is the perfect gift for any car lover, whether they're 4 or 104. We've compiled some of our favorites here that should be perfect as a gift or just for yourself.
Lego made a splash when this 911 GT3 RS kit debuted. The level of detail is amazing and it's a true challenge for any Lego fan to build this kit.
This 918 Spyder hypercar would be welcome on any Porsche enthusiast's desk.
When I was growing up, Lego had kits that somewhat resembled the cars they claimed to be. But this Beetle is nearly better than the real thing.
This sweet endurance race car kit features a moveable V8 engine and swing-up gullwing doors. If you know a person who stays up all 24 hours of a 24-hour race, this is the perfect gift for them.
This one is a cool story. Lego has an where builders post their creations with the hope of it being turned into a real set in the future. This Caterham is one that came through that program.
This car is a little bit different from the rest on this list. It's Batman's Tumbler, recreated into an incredibly detailed kit. According to Amazon, it's actually been discontinued by Lego—but luckily, there are still some in stock. Better hurry.
If someone you know is into the ins and outs of F1, this Grand Prix Racer kit is sure to make their day. It's a Technic build, which means a complex, sophisticated setup perfect for someone looking for a challenge.
So, you can't afford a real F40. That's ok. You can afford this one.
Lego's Speed Champion series has been doing these great twin packs to put modern cars up against versions from the past. This Camaro twin pack is perfect for any Chevy fan.
And if you prefer Fords, then this Ford GT double pack is truly excellent.
It's never too late to get started in karts. But if you aren't ready to buy a real one, why not start with Lego?
A simpler kit that's perfect for the beginner.
No collection is complete without Bugatti's newest multi-million dollar hypercar.
Lego's City collection is full of all sorts of great kits, this rally car is just one of our favorites.
This buggy is actually part of a two-in-one kit that can also be used to create a rally car—we just think the buggy is cooler. With working steering and suspension, it looks like a blast to play around with.