The LEGO Group Celebrates 20 Years of ​Clone Wars ​with the New Ucs Star Wars™ Venator-Class Republic Attack Cruiser Building Set

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Billund - September 12th 2023: Today the LEGO Group unveils its latest fan requested set – ​the ​LEGO® Star Wars™ Venator-Class Republic Attack Cruiser​ building set​, in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the​ Clone Wars​​ ​​​ ​​​ ​​​ ​​​ ​

This highly detailed and impressive 5,374 piece LEGO set is the first​ Star Wars™​ Ultimate Collector Series ​building set ​​inspired by ​the Venator-class Star Destroyer and​ is the​ first ​Clone Wars ​​building ​set to join the range. The vessel is used extensively by the Republic during the Clone Wars, serving both as a starfighter and troop transporter and is the perfect nostalgic addition to any Star Wars collection.

Designed to be displayed, the set comes with a plaque and a built-in stand plus a command-bridge and hangar containing a Republic Gunship. Builders can also place the Captain Rex and Admiral Yuralen minifigures ​from LEGO® ​on the in-built stand. An info plaque and a ​​brick​ celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Clone Wars​ complete a truly spectacular centerpiece.

Product infomation:

  • Age: 18+
  • Price : $649.99/ £559.99/  €649.99
  • Pieces : 5374
  • Product No. : 75367
  • Dimensions: 12.5 in. (32 cm) high, 43 in. (109 cm) long, and 21 in. (54 cm) wide
  • Available: 1st October for LEGO Insiders - 4th October for all
  • Link: Star-Wars

​​The ​​​LEGO® STAR WARS STAR DESTROYER ​building ​set is available from for LEGO Insiders members on 1st October 2023 and for all on 4th October 2023 via LEGO Stores and priced at €649.99 / $649.99 / £559.99

Notes To Editors

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