Saturday, February 1, 2014

Nuremberg Toy Fair news, continue to flow!

New images and info continue to flow from Nuremberg Toy Fair...

The video in the previous post bring us the first image from the 42028 Bulldozer - See the end of previous post from today, for further details about this set.

Sometime minutes later we also got the first image from 42030 B-model. Another Volvo machine - A25F Articulated Hauler.

This model's functions, are:
  • Remote controlled drive
  • Remote controlled articulated steer
  • Remote controlled tipping
  • Open hood, that shows the L6 green engine

When it comes to this alternate model it looks there is some shortage of panels... Like this, we shouldn't be able to take the most of this Hauler in terms of playability.

Online info and images always shows the A25F in 6 wheeled / 3 axle configuration, while this model has 2 axles, because there are only 4 wheels in this set.
However we can find online images from its ancestors A25E and A25D both in 6x6 and 4x4 variations. So maybe there is also some 4x4 A25F configuration. If not, then there is the LEGO variant...


Robotica said...

this is a A25D..

so what are the small wheels for ?

TechnicBRICKs said...

Hi Martijn,

Made some searches and found the answer here,

See page 5

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