Rumours circulating for LEGO TechnicSummer reports suggested that the 42143 set could be a Ferrari Daytona SP3 made up of more than 3,000 pieces.
42143 [Ferrari Daytona SP3]
The source isn’t certain if the name given above is correct. Rumours suggest that the supercar 42143 will be a Ferrari, specifically a Daytona SP3 Ferrari. Ferrari has provided a selection of images and noted that it is very similar to the 330P3 model.
Ferrari Daytona SP3 LEGO setThe 3,776-parts vehicle is thought to have a rotating engine and opening doors. Sources also hope it will feature a removable roofing. It is rumoured to release on August 1 for €399.99 as an 18+ model. The Release dateIt is possible that this report may differ from one that stated the set was delayed beyond 2022.
42144 [Waste Handler]
The previously rumoured 42144 Waste Handler set, with the name not certain according to the source, is included in the report as being made up of 835 elements for €99.99 and is said to likely be appealing to those who enjoy the pneumatic functions of LEGO Technic models.
According to a source, the build is believed to be a red-and black waste handler. It is believed to be available for release by August 1. The report also features a longer cabin, two steerable front rims, a hand pump for the gripper arm and four supports similar to the one shown above.
42145 Airbus H175 Rescue Helicopter
This potential potentiary weighs in at a rumoured 2101 elements. LEGO Technic is expected by the source to cost €199.99, aligning with previous listings. The main model will likely be either red or yellow, with the neon-yellow variant being introduced. LEGO CITY2022
The source assumes CONTROL+ integration of functions. The main and tail rotors can rotate at different speeds, with the former having five blades.
The interior The rumour also includes details. The control sticks at both ends of the cockpit allow the main rotors to be adjusted in different directions. The winch is also found on the outside, opening doors from both the cockpit and the side.
42146 [Liebherr LR 13000]
This Rumored setName not confirmed in the report. This Rumours abound that set has been discovered to be made up of 2,882 bricks for €449.99 as the second 18+ model in the list. According to the source, this build is the tallest. LEGO Techniche has ever seen. The high price of the pieces may be due to the larger lattice elements and a brick-built counterweight that is one-kilogram in weight.
CONTROL+ can also be used Included in this setAnother reason for its high price is its design. Six motors and two smart hubs are expected to be available, according to the source. Included in the set.
Featured image: Ferrari
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