Inspired by some of the world’s most thrilling rides, the Loop Coaster is an immersive build filled with twists and turns. Exciting features will be uncovered along the build, including an innovative elevator tower for raising the car up to the top of the ride and two gravity defying loops. Builders can also power up the ride with motorized components, which are available separately, which will raise the elevator up automatically.
Guaranteed to generate a crowd, this playful set also contains eleven minifigures, including a ride operator, balloon seller, pretzel seller, hot-dog seller, a grandma, a young boy, and five rollercoaster riders.
Commenting on the set, LEGO Designer Pierre Normandin says: “When we were designing this set, we wanted to recreate the feeling experienced when it just begins to tip over the highest point. Perfect for play or display, we are excited to add this set into the LEGO Fairground Collection.
The LEGO Loop Coaster set, available from 1st July 2022 via LEGO Stores and www.lego.com/loop-coaster, at the recommended retail price of $399.99 / £349.99 / € 399.99
Notes To Editors
FURTHER PRODUCT INFO: LEGO® LOOP COASTER (10303)
Age - 18+
- Height: 36 in. (92 cm)
- Width: 33.5 in. (85 cm)
- Depth: 13.5 in. (34 cm)
- Innovative elevator tower raises the car up to the top
- Gravity-driven coaster sends the riders through two loops
- Add motorized components (available separately) for the elevator
- The latest edition to the LEGO Fairground Collection
- Eleven minifigures:
*A ride operator
*A balloon seller
*A pretzel seller
*A hot-dog seller
*A young boy
*Five rollercoaster riders
Price: EUR 399.99 / GBP 349.99 /USD 399.99
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