LEGO Ideas is the manufacturer and distributor of massive LEGO mechs, which have been released by The LEGO Group at NINJAGO and other locations.
While NINJAGO’s upcoming Core wave is proving that huge mech models are a key aspect of the theme, two of the biggest robotic suits of armour ever made by the LEGO Group comes from outside LEGO NINJAGO.
These are the five largest LEGO mechs LEGO designers have ever made. They range from original ideas to licensed creations, as well as those based on cultural myths and legends.
71765 Ninja Ultra Combo Mech
The LEGO NINJAGO71765 Ninja Ultra Combo Mech contains 1,104 pieces, four vehicles, and is the second-largest set in the 2022 wave. Each of the four main characters is represented with a separate model. It includes a tank and jet, as well as a smaller mech.
70632 Quake Mech
NINJAGO is the next mech on the list, but it’s not the evergreen one. LEGO NINJAGO Movie featured 70632 QuakeMech a build balance that uses only one wheel and not both metallic legs. Check out our review to learn more.
76105 The Hulkbuster Ultron Edition
Moving to the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the next suit of armour, Tony Stark’s iconic Hulkbuster received a huge build in 2018 with miniature accessories for robot arms and a fire extinguisher and a large stand with informative plaque. Although it is not yet available, rumours suggest it will get a sequel in 2022.
80012 Monkey King Warrant Mech
80012 Monkey King Warrior Machine LEGO Monkie KidIt is second with 1,629 parts. It is a little more difficult to count these parts because of the detailed banners and drum-lacquered elements.
Voltron – the defender of the universe – is the biggest mech ever produced by the LEGO Group. LEGO Ideas shares many similarities to 71765 Ninja Ultra Combo Mech. It is brightly coloured, with shades of blue, grey, and red. It can be split into multiple vehicles. LEGO Ideas 21311 Voltron is 2,321 bricks in weight. It is larger than any other LEGO mechs, but it isn’t minifigure-scale.