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Seven LEGO Star Wars vehicles and ships we’ve never seen before

Seven LEGO Star Wars vehicles and ships we’ve never seen before

After 25 years of LEGO Star Wars sets, you’d think we’d seen every vehicle and ship there is to see in a galaxy far, far away.

It’s been a huge year for LEGO Star Wars so far, with the theme celebrating its 25th anniversary in style in 2024. Over the past few months we’ve been treated to new sets, exclusive minifigures, GWPs and Insider rewards, with many more models on the way.

With a quarter of a century of building experience under their belt, you could be forgiven for thinking that the LEGO Star Wars design team has recreated (and rebuilt) almost every ship and vehicle from the nine-film live-action franchise.

However, that’s definitely not the case, and there are many more that have yet to appear in brick-built form. From the prequels to the OG trilogy and sequels, let’s take a look at seven such vehicles that we’ve somehow never seen as LEGO Star Wars sets.

7 – More Podracers

Of course, a number of podracer models have been released over the years, with the most recent being the 75380 Mos Espa Podrace Diorama. However, a total of 18 podracers were seen during the Boonta Eve event in The Phantom Menace, with each vehicle being led by its own unique character.

With that in mind, we hope that the LEGO Star Wars theme releases pod racers based on spacecraft belonging to Mawhonic, Ratts Tyrell, Ody Mandrell, Teemto Pagalies, Gran, and other obscure alien faces at some point in the future.

6 – Mon Calamari Star Cruiser

Recent rumors suggest that 2025 could be another exciting year for LEGO Star Wars theming, with at least six new models potentially arriving on January 1. This lineup could also include 75405 Home One, a mid-sized build that could be part of the expanding LEGO Star Wars Starship Collection.

However, we’d like to see a much larger version of the Rebel Alliance ship. The 7754 Home One Mon Calamari Star Cruiser arrived in 2009, but it was only a small portion of the rugged mothership. As such, the Ultimate Collector Series version seems like the more obvious choice, a version that would finally do justice to the ship’s immense scale.

5 – First Degree UA-TT Walker

Although barely seen in The Rise of Skywalker, the UA-TT Walker represents an evolution of both the Clone Wars-era AT-AP and the Empire’s AT-ST. In Episode IX, the three-legged walker is used by the First Order to patrol the streets of Kijimi and destroy any Resistance forces, but only appears in a few brief scenes.

The Urban Assault Tricycle would definitely be a unique LEGO Star Wars set, with a large grappling arm that offers interesting play options, dual chin-mounted laser cannons, and space in the cockpit to fit a First Order pilot minifigure.

4 – Trade Federation Landing Craft

One of a handful of ships seen in the first trailer for The Phantom Menace, the Trade Federation Landing Ship has never appeared in brick-built form yet. While versions of the ship have appeared in LEGO Star Wars video games over the years, no physical C-9979 set has ever been created.

The Trade Federation Landing Craft looks set to offer a range of play and display opportunities, with possibilities for both smaller and larger scale versions of the ship. Throw in opening doors inside the hangar to fit mini AATs, MTTs, vulture droids and more, and we’d definitely be sold on such a set.

3 – Fulminatrix

Fulminatrix debuts in The Last Jedi A Mandator IV-class Siege Dreadnought used by the First Order. The ship launched a deadly orbital bombardment on the Resistance base on D’Qar, but was ultimately destroyed by an attack by Poe Dameron and his MG-100 StarFortress bombers.

The massive warship also looks like a possible candidate for a potential LEGO Star Wars Starship Collection set at some stage, so we suspect it’s only a matter of time before this massive fleet killer emerges from hyperspace to join the sub-theme.

2 – Trade Federation Droid Control Ship

Another prequel-era vehicle that has yet to be translated into a full LEGO Star Wars set is the Trade Federation Droid Control Ship, although a smaller version of the Trade Federation Battleship did appear in the 2020 advent calendar. The ship played a major role in The Phantom Menace, with young Anakin Skywalker eventually destroying it and ending the Trade Federation’s occupation of Naboo.

The unique look of the Trade Federation Droid Control Ship will definitely pose a challenge for the LEGO Star Wars design team to figure out how to recreate it and would fit well into the LEGO Star Wars Starship Collection. Having the ability to change some elements to rework the ship into a standard Trade Federation Battleship would also be much appreciated.

1 – Superiority

Also making its debut in The Last Jedi was the Supremacy, a 60-kilometer-wide flying wing that served as Supreme Leader Snoke’s throne room and mobile capital for the First Order. The massive ship was eventually split in two when Vice Admiral Holdo sent the Raddus into hyperspace and through the larger ship.

For a ship of this scale, we recommend either choosing a smaller ship and adding it to the LEGO Star Wars Starship Collection, or choosing a larger ship and creating a massive UCS version. The latter option would definitely allow for much more detail to be added to this awesome ship, with a few smaller First Order Star Destroyers floating nearby to show just how big the Supremacy really is.

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Matt Yeo

From video game journalism to children’s publishing, I’ve done, seen, made, and worn the T-shirts. I was also the editor of LEGO Adventures, the first official LEGO magazine, way back when. I have a passion for movies, comics, technology, and video games, and my wallet can barely keep up with my LEGO set wishlist.