Star Wars | LEGO Unveils Behemoth Imperial Star Destroyer

Get a first look at the most impressive Ultimate Collector Series set, consisting of 4,784 LEGO bricks!

I hope you’re sitting down for this one!

Following the incredible response to the colossal deluxe edition Millennium Falcon, LEGO and have announced the imminent arrival of a colossal Imperial Star Destroyer. Not only does this Star Destroyer consist of over four and a half thousand LEGO bricks, but the vessel itself measures a whopping 43″ long!

Star Wars | LEGO Unveils Behemoth Imperial Star Destroyer

The iconic starship, first glimpsed in the opening moments of Star Wars: A New Hope in 1977 comes complete with a buildable Tantive IV Rebel Blockade Runner, a display stand and two new, exclusive Minifigures: the Imperial Officer and Imperial Crew Member. When paired with its display stand, the model measures over 17” high, 43” long, and 26” wide, and over 14” high without stand. Once assembled, the UCS Imperial Star Destroyer features swivelling guns, a tilting radar dish, huge engine exhausts, and fine surface details.


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The LEGO Star Wars Imperial Star Destroyer lands in our galaxy on September 18th for LEGO VIP members and October 1st for all other builders.

Will you be adding this behemoth Star Destroyer to your collection? Drop us a line and share your thoughts.


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