"The Lego Technic Bugatti Chiron is undeniably one of the coolest Lego technic sets there is. I absolutely love inserting the top speed key and to see the spoiler go up. Also, the little overnight bag is funny (although the real car probably wouldn't have any space for a bag). I noticed that each individual one sold has a different serial number. For some reason, the pistons in the engine don't move on mine, so I'm probably gonna watch a YouTube video on what to do if that happens. Surprisingly, it seems kind of fragile for a Lego technic build. Now I can't wait to build and play with the Lego technic LaFerrari that's coming out next year!"
"There is no denying that both the Huracan and the Urus are two of the coolest Lambos ever made. They are my latest addition to my Speed Champions exotic car collection. I built a garage for these Lamborghinis, my Nissan GTR Nismo, and my Ferrari F8 Tributo (see picture below). Each of the four cars make each other look cooler especially the Huracan and Urus. The black and gold on that Huracan make it look smokin' hot. And the lime green on the Urus is pretty cool too. If you like exotic cars or just cool cars period, this is a great set for you. THANK YOU SO MUCH LEGO FOR MAKING SOME SPEED CHAMPIONS LAMBORGHINIS FINALLY. I can't wait for the next Speed Champions set to come out. Would highly reccomend 76899 to you."
"I think the Nissan GTR Nismo looks the closest to the car it was based off of more than any other Speed Champions car I have. It is my second 9 stud wide Speed Champions car. I ordered some pieces to build a garage for this Nissan, my Ferrari F8 Tributo, and my Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo Evo so I'm exited for that. The handbrake and the shift lever in the cockpit is pretty cool I thought. Its probably like that because it is a drift car. The spoiler, also very cool. And I love the colors. In my opinion, this car is flawless. So in conclusion the Nissan GTR Nismo is a must-have item in your Speed Champions collection."
"Hands down the Ferrari F8 Tributo is a very beautiful car. This is definitely one of my favorite Lego sets in my Speed Champions collection. As soon as I got done building it and set it on my table with all my Lego cars, this Ferrari made those one-seater cars look horrible because they were way too long to match their width and height. The width, height, and length of this Ferrari all match perfectly. The details of the F8 like the rear wing to the silver wheels, it all comes together to make a very cool car. I recently got the Nissan GTR Nismo and the Lamborghini set and then I realized that I could have my own racing scenes! So I made a few of them. So overall, this is a great set but I have one small complaint; the side mirrors fall off often. But I gotta say Lego, amazing job designing the F8 Tributo and my next set is gonna be the Jaguar!"
"42111 is really an amazing set. It is my first big Technic vehicle set and I think its a great start to a big Technic vehicle collection. It looks just like the car in the movie despite the holes and pegs. The steering works well (although it under steers a bit) and the suspension, I thought was pretty cool. I like how the hood opens so u can see the working V8 engine a little more. The moving pistons and air blower I didn't think was possible without a motor. Although the doors do not open on the car in the movie, I actually like how the doors on the Lego Charger open. The little fire extinguisher that was in the place of the passenger seat I thought was a nice touch. I thought is was cool enough that the shift lever moved, and then I noticed that when the shift lever is pulled back it does a wheelie which blew my mind. Then the trunk; it opens as I expected and the nitro bottles are pretty cool. I put some flames and an extra peg in the exhaust pipes to make it look like the nitro is being used. With the flames it looks a lot better in my opinion. There is a lot of details and I think the car when it is all built together it looks great. There are only 2 flaws in the car that I see; 1. The steering wheel is a little too big. 2. The car feels rickety and when you hold it it feels like it is gonna fall apart any second but it doesn't somehow. In conclusion, this is an amazing set and well worth the money. Now I really hope that Lego will also come out with Brian's Toyota Supra as a Technic set for $100 also!"