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
I don’t post frequently about the LEGO Modular Buildings, but this time it is different. The newest addition to this line is a GARAGE, with a beautiful vintage look and tons of fantastic details! Have a look and the images and read the full press release below:
The LEGO® Technic Bugatti Chiron model brings together the iconic design heritage of the French ultra-luxury car brand and LEGO Technic elements, with a reimagined version of the latest cutting-edge super car from Molsheim.
Thanks to the folks at Promobricks we have some high resolution photos of the new train sets. This one is especially interesting as we can see the new battery box/BT receiver, the app and the controller.
I’m extremely happy to share the news with you – RacingBrick was recently approved for the Recognized Lego Fan Media (RLFM) status! When I started my blog last year I was only dreaming about this, and now here we are 🙂 This also means that I became a LEGO Ambassador, which is a great honour and I’m pretty excited about it.
What this means for RacingBrick and for you? As I have access now to the LAN (LEGO Ambassador Network) I will have a direct communication channel to other Ambassadors, RLFMs, RLOCs (Recognised Lego Online Community) and RLUGs (Recognised Lego User Group) so I see a lot of collaboration opportunities coming! I’ll be also able to share with you official updates and information coming from LEGO directly, and possibly will be able to do more set reviews as well!
I would like to thank you for your amazing support and I’m really looking forward to share even more great LEGO content with you this year!
The Lego Car Blog is one of the best sources on the internet to get your daily dose of Lego vehicle news and mocs. On top of that, they recently published a great and detailed review of a very promising book about Lego car building. If you follow the link you can read the review and you can also buy the book. It’s definitely on my Christmas shopping list 🙂