Thursday, November 21, 2013

1H2014 LEGO Technic sets in images

Meanwhile new quasi-official images from the 1H14 LEGO Technic sets were found online. And I mean "quasi" because some of these have got watermarks from the store which published them.

The sets were already widely seen from watermarked images. Although the new material which includes images from the backside of each box, bring us the first images from most of the alternate models which were unknown until today.

No much to say about each set, as these were already widely debated at LEGO fans forums, based on the previous images.

So, here we go!

42020 Twin-rotor Helicopter / Helicopter

42021 Snowmobile / Snowbike

42022 Hot Rod / Sports Car

42023 Construction Crew (multi set)

42024 Container Truck / Road Grader

42025 Cargo Plane / Hovercraft

42026 Black Champion Racer / Race Truck (together with 42027)

42027 Desert Racer / Race Truck (together with 42026)

It seems we will have a very cool assortment this year.



lanacz said...

Ahh! Why there's no box for 42025?!
Doea anyone know what PF will be inside?

TechnicBRICKs said...


M-motor and battery box.

rherberg said...

Some nice models, the second model on the cargo-plane looks realy nice.

I don't understand why the container of the conatiner truck isn't level while in "mid-flight"? Everything would be falling out of the container this way?

TechnicBRICKs said...


It provides two operating ways.
One to unload the container to the floor (always leveled) and another to unload the container content (which you're seeing in the picture).

Ian said...

Wow 42025 is a beast!

Alessandro Bartoli said...

42021 looks really scaled down compared to 8272 .. I was hoping something of the same size. Still, nice colors IMO.

krimpie said...

Interesting new parts alert! Look at the front suspension of 42021; it has new hubs and swing-arms. Very compact, should be extremely useful

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