Saturday, January 31, 2015

More info about the 2H15 LEGO Technic sets

There is a new video from the Nuremberg ToyFair which brings new info and some confirmations about the 2H 2015 LEGO Technic sets.




If any there was any doubt still, we can now see there is in fact one large Linear Actuator lifting the tipper, from the chassis.


And we got to see the steering is indeed controlled from one of the beacons (the right one, if not both).


Then the big news are the glimpses of the rear side from each box, showing what the B-models are.

I don't know what to call B-model for 42042... Crawler Crane!?



And 42043 brings an Arocs tractor and a flatbed trailer with guess what? A pneumatic crane!



Both of them look fantastic, ant the 2H 2015 sets are just amazing! Kudos for the LEGO Technic team.

3 comments:

Rock Woo said...

I'll name the B_model of 42042
Tower Removable Crane.

Fernando Correia said...

At my Facebook share of this post, someone called it "Mobile Tower Crane".

Tobias Schmeißer said...

first time if i get the mercedes 42043 i will build the b modell without trailer and would build it rc

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