Introducing LEGO® Icons Transformer Bumblebee Set: A New Era of Buildable Robotic Adventure


13th June 2024: Today the LEGO Group unveils the latest addition to its much-loved LEGO TRANSFORMERS lineup: the LEGO® Icons TRANSFORMERS Bumblebee set. Released amid the beloved franchise’s 40th anniversary year, this new set is poised to captivate existing fans and invite new audiences to play out the battle between good and evil.

Maintaining the same scale as the LEGO TRANSFORMERS Optimus Prime set, originally revealed in 2022, this set presents enthusiasts with the opportunity to construct the iconic Autobot, Bumblebee, entirely from LEGO bricks. As a vital companion to LEGO Optimus Prime, Bumblebee completes the iconic duo, allowing fans to recreate epic battles and adventures. What distinguishes this model is its remarkable ability to seamlessly transition between bot mode and vehicle mode, unlocking impressive versatility without the need for disassembly.

The 950-piece set is a highly detailed model of the iconic 1980s robot action figure. It features articulated joints, an ion blaster, and a jetpack, seamlessly converting from Autobot to vehicle mode; accompanied by a display plaque, integrated LEGO Builder app for digital instructions and versatile display options, making it a perfect gift for TRANSFORMERS fans and collectors.

The LEGO® Icons TRANSFORMERS Bumblebee set is available for LEGO Insiders from 1st July 2024 at and LEGO Stores for all from 4th July priced at €89.99 / £79.99/ $89.99.

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Product Information:
Age: 18+
RRP: 89.99€ / 89.99$ / 79.99£
Pieces: 950 pieces
Product No.: 10338
H: 25 cm/ 9.5 inches
W: 8 cm/ 3 inches
D: 11 cm/ 4 inches

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