LEGO Icons 10318 Concorde officially revealed


Last week, we shared the initial images of the LEGO Icons 10318 Concorde. Today, we’re thrilled to present the official unveiling. The supersonic Concorde is set to touch down on September 4th at the LEGO Shop, priced at $/€199.99.

  • Set number: 10318
  • Name: Concorde
  • Theme: Icons
  • Pieces: 2083
  • Dimensions: 6 in. (15 cm) Height: 41.5 in. (105 cm) long. Width: 17 in. (43 cm)
  • Price: $/€199,99 in LEGO Shop
  • VIP pre-sale: September 4, 2023
  • Release date: September 7, 2023
  • Age: 18+

LEGO Icons 10318 Concorde

Crafted from 2083 bricks, the LEGO Icons 10318 Concorde offers a value of 9.6 cents per brick. Its design spans 105 cm in length, 43 in width, and 16 cm in height. Notably, the iconic tilting nose feature remains intact. During takeoff and landing, the nose’s adjustment provided pilots with an enhanced view of the runway. Given the Concorde’s sleek and streamlined nose design, aimed at bolstering aerodynamic efficiency at high speeds, cockpit visibility was somewhat limited during these flight phases.

Moreover, the aircraft boasts a retractable landing gear and includes a buildable stand, along with an informative plaque detailing various aircraft specifications. Inside, the LEGO Icons 10318 Concorde is thoughtfully furnished with passenger seats and a restroom.

The Concorde, a collaborative achievement of the French and British aviation industries during the 1960s, stood as a groundbreaking supersonic passenger aircraft. It achieved a remarkable feat as the inaugural commercial plane capable of breaking the sound barrier, achieving an astounding top speed of Mach 2.04, translating to approximately 2,500 km/h. This luxurious aircraft accommodated up to 100 passengers and gained renown for its exceptional service and comfort.

While originally intended for transatlantic travel, servicing routes between London, Paris, and New York, a mere 20 units of the Concorde were produced due to the substantial operational costs involved. Ultimately, it concluded its commercial service in 2003. Nonetheless, the Concorde endures as an iconic symbol in aviation history, celebrated as a testament to technological prowess.

1 Comment

  1. cant wait it would go well with the eiffel tower. 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂


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