The Ghostbusters: Afterlife film may have been pushed back to March 5, 2021, but the LEGO Group might have something to hold you over until then. A 2,352-piece Ghostbusters ECTO-1 set that is packed full of authentic details from the iconic converted 1959 Cadillac Miller-Meteor ambulance. Plus, it includes various tools required by any Ghostbuster to track and catch ghoulish enemies, including a moving, wheel-activated ghost sniffer, an extendable rear gunner seat, working steering wheel and a host of other paranormal detection equipment. Read more for a hands-on review, speed build, additional pictures and information.
This is the most detailed LEGO brick recreation of the car ever produced and features two brand new brick elements including a new 6×14 curved windscreen as well as a five module steering wheel. It measures over 8-inches tall, 18-inches long and 6-inches wide. Available on November 15th, priced at $199.99 USD.
- ICONIC GHOSTBUSTERS COLLECTIBLE: This Ghostbusters Plasma Series Spengler’s Neutrona Wand features premium design and deco based on the one seen in the 2020 film Ghostbusters: Afterlife
- LIGHTS, SOUNDS, AND VIBRATIONS: LEDs, authentic sound effects, and motorized vibrations allow fans and collectors to imagine they’re wrangling all sorts of spooky spirits and gruesome ghouls
- FOUR GHOSTBUSTIN’ MODES: Prepare for any supernatural situation and cycle through four modes with the press of a button, including classic Proton Stream, Slime Blower, Stasis Stream, and Meson Collider modes
- PREMIUM DESIGN: Featuring premium design and deco, fans and collectors can display this premium roleplay item in their Ghostbusters collection
- DON’T CROSS THE STREAMS: The Ghostbusters have been stopping ghastly ghosts and gruesome ghouls dead (again) in their tracks since 1984, and the adventures continue with Ghostbusters Plasma Series line from Hasbro (Each sold separately. Subject to availability.)
I love creating LEGO vehicles, and having previously designed the LEGO James Bond Aston Martin DB5, I loved the challenge of working on the ECTO-1. This is the largest and most detailed version of this car that we have ever created. It is crammed full of authentic features and easter eggs that I’m excited for builders to discover as they put this model together,” said Michael Psiaki, LEGO designer.