Lego's first Mini Cooper set will be available in August for $100. The 1,077 piece Mini Cooper Mk VII set has doors, trunk, and a hood that open, and even a spare wheel.
Lego said today that it will release its first-ever Mini Cooper set. Scheduled for an August release, the set will cost $100.
The set has 1,077 pieces and the Mini Cooper is 4 inches high by 9 inches long by 5 inches wide.
The front of the Lego Mini Cooper box.
The back of the Lego Mini Cooper box.
The set features a picnic basket, bottle, and a blanket.
A look inside the Mini Cooper's trunk, where the picnic basket and blanket are stored.
The rear of the Mini Cooper opens wide enough for a spare tire.
All the Mini Cooper's doors are meant to open, allowing a view inside the car.
The Mini Cooper's roof is detachable, perfect for a ride in the country. If you're a Lego mini-figure.
A look at the Lego Mini Cooper with its roof off.
A look inside the Mini Cooper from the side, with the door open and the roof off.
The Mini Cooper features a classic green and white color scheme.
The rear view of the Lego Mini Cooper Mk VII.
What car would be complete without a spare tire?
A better look at the picnic basket, bottle, and blanket.
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