Webbster is imaginative company that like to test the limits of Lego and make the most innovate cars, its claim to fame, the Webbster Firemin, has been incredibly famous due to the obscure yet innovative use of Lego bricks. Although Webbster has been idle for the last three years their flame has not been dampened. In 2016 we will witness the revival of Webbster with new, cutting edge models that carry the Webbster values, these new cars will feature imaginative uses of material and unique styling that is truly unique.
Webbster had taken a break to review its artistic style to create a fresh new brand identity that will be used to release beautiful new models however we have not lost our heritage and although Webbster has got a new lick of paint they are still very familiar.
History of Webbster:
Webbster was first established in 2012 with the launch of its first model "Webbster Junior" which was widely recognized as the upside down car due to it unique construction method. Throughout the rest of the year Webbster went from strength to strength with new models like the Turbo and GT. However in 2013 Webbster exploded with the widely famous and successful with the Firemin which was a very unique mid engine city car, it was then followed by the second generation Firemin which was known for its unique headlights. Due to the success of the Firemin family, Webbster developed a third generation Firemin however the model was pulled just before announcement due to executives not warming to the model, this was the death of the famous Firemin model. Although the Firemin had been put to rest, Webbster started to develop a replacement to the Firemin. This resulted in the birth of the Hugo. Webbster Hugo was released in 2014 and was very popular at launch, it is a small city car famous for it aesthetic and its large interior.
Webbster Hugo (2016)
Webbster Hugo +4