"Designer 4: "Yes." It's kinda small. The rally car comes complete with 1 large motor, 1 XL motor and 1 Bluetooth controlled smart hub. Sweet lord that price is worse than Star Wars sets. Top Gear Rally Car Another weirdly out of touch prestige piece. I'm OK with the train hub and handset but TLG should make the CONTROL+ app allow all types of hub to use a train handset (or 2 or 3) as sensors, so that a 4-port Technic hub can be controlled by 2 handsets. It combines the joys of building something using LEGO elements and the pleasure of playing an app-controlled toy. LEGO Technic sets bring an advanced building challenge for kids and adults who love to learn new engineering skills. The set looks nice, but less than 450 pieces for 130 Euro? The RC components kill it for me, in both price and desire to own. Too pricy and I don’t usually get Technic sets anyway. It is also about 3 inches high and 5 inches wide. I LOVE Top Gear and I HATE this set. I'm sure there's a market for this sort of thing. Yeeshh... what a rip off. Go to LEGO.com/devicecheck for compatible devices. The kit also comes with LEGO’s advanced Smart Hub. come on... @Wrecknbuild maybe they are trying to train the next generation to do just that: driving while looking at a screen. @Zander is right; this set is probably marketed at non-AFOL dads who pay the TV subs to watch the previous Top Gear presenters on "Grand Tour" and have less sense of value-for-money about LEGO products. Each model has either steering and drive or gear-selection and drive. The kit also comes with LEGO’s advanced Smart Hub. At least considering that there is no physical remote control (rather than an app control that is going to become obsolete in 1-2 years) and has a ton of stickers. As for this set? 130 ?? Nevertheless, the LEGO TECHNIC App-Controlled Top Gear Rally Car is still a great gift for boys and girls. 2020 If Top Gear had been aired in 1949, there would have likely have been a debate as to whether the car would be the fastest way to get from London to Edinburgh, Scotland, or if it would be either the motorbike or the train. Theme: The 1989 batmobile is more appealing. There’s inspirational content and videos to discover in the app too! Oh dear. OK for indoors but nothing special.The steering rake will be poor as usual, so a 3-point turn will have many more points and a Top Gear J-turn will be impossible. For what, remote controlled car without remote ? Besides the logos, what has it to do with topgear? Stickers stickers stickers and more stickers I really hate the path Lego is now on. Let them put their skills to the test with this awesome LEGO® Technic™ (42109) App-Controlled Top Gear Rally Car. I'll be interested to see how the steering works with a normal motor and not a servo motor, and how well it works. I hope The Lego Company is reading all of this! Although I see a lot of non-youngster texting and driving as well... Hopefully it won't take too long before we can look at a screen and have the cars drive by themselves safely.Concerning the currency conversion: in the US there is no VAT, or a limited VAT in certain states, making it hard to directly compare prices. Top Gear counts down the best 11 car from the classic V-Rally. Then the adrenaline builds as they try out cool moves – all using the LEGO Technic CONTROL+ App. Even the devices the app runs on have an 18-month life; a phone is better as a remote but a pad is better if the instructions are on the app, like the 75253 Droid Commander (R2D2 BOOST) kit. The only downside is that it requires 6 pieces of AA-sized 1.5-volt batteries. In the video above, Top Gear Motoring Editor Ollie Marriage demonstrates the difficulty of the startup and launch procedures. Pieces: Well it's been happening for a while now, I guess. Control+ is obviously adding some to the price. The LEGO TECHNIC CONTROL+ app can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play. maybe they have a GWP stig up their sleeve to try and sell this because I doubt anyone will pay full whack for it, As everyone else has already said, too expensive and looks rubbish, And here I was hoping for the Hammerhead Eagle iThrust. It also has nothing to do with Top Gear. Wasn't that cool in 2007 or something? First, they can have fun building the rally car toy, discovering all the elements that make this Rally Car model work. Build the car. I know it means flogging a dead horse, but imho what you get for the money at RRP is pitiful. @HOBBESI fear you may be right on the driving. That's the biggest headscratcher of this for me. Anyway, it looks more like an MG Metro rally car to me than the Technic Corvette looks like a Corvette.Doesn't look too bad imho , but seems to lack: functionality, link with Top Gear, a Stig and a decent price. Let us know in the comments. (Which, incidentally provides a lot more bang for your buck at the same price point). Every generation packages up its technologies but that can mean reduced learning of those lessons by the next generation. It's like the worst day, with boxing day getting all the sales from the not-quite-yet exhausted consumers from the holidays. However, I think the car looks cool and robust.On the other hand, a lot of people seem to forget that this set includes electrical components and motors, which are a lot more expensive to make and develop than plastic bricks.I don't know about the app or if there's actually a valid reason to expect it to be discontinued in the near future.Besides, - and this is probably not an option in the app - I would like there to be an option to program the motor and all functions myself.
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