But you’ll have to build them yourself.
With a starting price of $261,274, the Lamborghini Huracan Evo is out of reach for most people. The same is true for the Urus, which starts at a whopping $200,000. If you can't afford them, there is now an alternative option - the only catch is that you have to build them yourself. Yes, Lamborghini has announced both models are getting the Lego treatment. During the Super Trofeo World Finals in Jerez, Spain, Lamborghini presented pint-sized Lego Speed Champions versions of the Huracan Super Trofeo Evo and Urus ST-X.
These latest additions to the Lego Speed Champions join other supercars such as the McLaren 720s and McLaren Senna that have been accurately replicated in brick form. This is also the first time a Lego Speed Champions model has been based on a Lamborghini.
The Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo Evo race car competes in the fastest one-make championship in the world. The Lego Speed Champions version realistically replicates the car's aggressive design features, including the shark fin, air scoop and front diffuser. In real life, the Huracan race car is equipped with a 5.2-liter V10 producing 620 hp.
The second Lego Speed Champions model is based on the recently-revealed Lamborghini Urus ST-X that will compete on the track and off-road starting from October 2020 at Misano World Final in a special World Final champions race. The real-life model is around 1,212 pounds lighter than the standard SUV, while power comes from a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 delivering 650 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque.
"We're extremely excited to welcome Lamborghini into the Lego Speed Champions family, and can't wait to see what this partnership brings. As one of the most famous automotive brands in the world, Lamborghini has always been on our dream list. It's just been a question of when", said Chris Stamp, Lego Speed Champions design manager specialist.
"Fortunately, 2020 marks the start of a new chapter for Lego Speed Champions with the evolution to the more accurate '8 Studs Wide' design and we felt that we could now do the popular brand justice. Especially the wide body of the Huracan Super Trefeo Evo. And with the awesome Urus ST-X we also introduce our first Super SUV into the theme, which fans will hopefully be just as thrilled with as we are."
Both cars will be available as a set comprising 659 pieces and will also include start lights and two driver minifigures. The set will be available from January 1. Pricing hasn't been announced, but similar Lego Speed Champions two-car sets usually cost $29.99.