Update – I created a page dedicated to Powered Up to have all information available in one place. Click here!
I presented you in details all the LEGO Powered Up components in January in my video and we’ve been waiting for these parts to show up at shop.lego.com since then. The wait is finally over, you can buy them following the links below – click on the Euro / USD / GBP price for the country-specific LEGO shop site.
Here is the big brother, LEGO Technic 42093 Hot Rod RC mod with BuWizz power! This car has 2 M motors, a Servo, PF lights and a BuWizz unit. It even has a cool custom sticker pack! Check the product page for all the details & instructions!
Here it is, the LEGO Technic 42093 Hot Rod RC mod with Power Functions! This car has an M motor, a Servo, AAA battery box and an IR receiver squeezed into its small body. And the cool little V8 engine still works! Check the product page for the details & instructions!
UPDATE – We received a some detailed images of this gigantic construction set from the Bauma 2019 convention that happened last week (image source – Promobricks)
LEGO announced the flagship Technic model of this year at Spielwarenmesse 2019 in Germany – it will be a Liebherr R 9800, one of the largest excavators in the world. The LEGO Technic 42100 set consists of more than 4,000 parts, seven motors and two Smart Hubs.
This confirms that the Technic variation of the Powered Up hub will have 4 ports compared to the 2 ports of the current “City” Powered Up hub.
The model will be equipped with LEGO Technic CONTROL +, apparently the Technic variant of the Powered Up system. It’ll have new electronic components and an associated free app with controlling and programming possibilities.
According to the news the price will be 449.99 EUR
Update – I created a page dedicated to Powered Up where you can see all the information I collected in one place – click here.
Last year we saw the first sets appearing with the new Powered Up components expected to replace Power Functions, we have Boost as well belonging to the same ecosystem. As you’ll be able to buy most of these components separately at shop.lego.com soon I took a look what we have at the moment, how they work with each other, are there any alternatives to have a wider range of control options (sure!) and what I am expecting to see in the future. Let’s check the video:
Speed build and review about the B model of the LEGO Technic 42092 set, the Concept Plane. This model looks very promising especially considering the limited part selection, check out all the details in the video: