LEGO Technic Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 42093
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Recreate engineering excellence with this LEGO® Technic™ 42093 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1. Developed in partnership with Corvette, this exclusive model really captures the essence of the iconic supercar and comes with an authentic orange and black color scheme, black spoked rims with low-profile tires, large rear wing and 4 tailpipes. This Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 replica also features working steering and a visible detailed V8 engine with moving pistons. Rebuild this awesome 2-in1 model to create a realistic Hot Rod replica.
Item No: 5702016369588
$69.00
Product Description:
Recreate engineering excellence with this LEGO® Technic™ 42093 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1. Developed in partnership with Corvette, this exclusive model really captures the essence of the iconic supercar and comes with an authentic orange and black color scheme, black spoked rims with low-profile tires, large rear wing and 4 tailpipes. This Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 replica also features working steering and a visible detailed V8 engine with moving pistons. Rebuild this awesome 2-in1 model to create a realistic Hot Rod replica.
Item No: 5702016369588
Product Description
Recreate engineering excellence with this LEGO® Technic™ 42093 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1. Developed in partnership with Corvette, this exclusive model really captures the essence of the iconic supercar and comes with an authentic orange and black color scheme, black spoked rims with low-profile tires, large rear wing and 4 tailpipes. This Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 replica also features working steering and a visible detailed V8 engine with moving pistons. Rebuild this awesome 2-in1 model to create a realistic Hot Rod replica.
Item No: 5702016369588

Features & Benefits

  • Build your very own Chevrolet Corvette ZR1!
  • Exclusive Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 replica model with a wealth of realistic features
  • This collectible toy car comes with an authentic orange and black color scheme plus a cool sticker sheet for additional
  • Operate the working steering and maneuver the vehicle to activate the visible V8 pistons.
  • Piece Count 579
  • Ages 9+

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More like a poorvette if you ask me.
First things first, LEGO goes on an amazing Streak with the Bugatti Chiron, Porsche 911, and the new â??67 mustang. All big, detailed, and accurate cars that I would (and will) gladly buy. But then they come out with this. It looked pretty cool on the box, but when I bought it I was thoroughly disappointed.
â?¢the look, it doesnâ??t look like a corvette. It looks like a bunch of curves and angles, with waaaayyyy to many gaps. And large gaps at that.
â?¢ is that an engine? Itâ??s just some rounded technic pieces pushing on small axles with a half bushing on top! Itâ??s more like a camshaft and the valves to me, I wouldâ??ve preferred if they put an actual V8 LEGO engine instead of this poor excuse, why even do that? You have done V8s before!
â?¢ for a licensed product, itâ??s like they didnâ??t even try. They shouldâ??ve released either a full sized technic model of this, or, a classic â??63 stingray to appeal to People who would rather buy a LEGO â??vette then this.... thing....
All in all, very disappointed, here are some cars LEGO should try either with technic, or with bricks, all full sized though.
â?¢a 1963 Chrysler Turbine
â?¢ a Mazda RX-7
Both of these are cars that have never had a LEGO set made that would cause a lot of new LEGO fans.
Thank you for listening to my rant. Goodbye now.
May 13, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Rebuild Value!
For reference this is my first technic build in years but I had to purchase this as soon as I saw my favorite corvette built after 1969 (stingray). When I saw the rear differential on page 1 I was immediately excited to see what internals this build had in store. The overall design of this set is wonderful with the detail in the motor really shining through. The pistons on this model actually fire and are truly unique to this set as far as I know. They are connected to the rear wheels which is a nice touch considering the zr1 is a rear wheel drive vehicle. I am also very impressed with the turning system. It adds a layer of playability aven for older builders. This set isn't visually perfect but it is always difficult to create curves on a small scale model like this one. The interior of this model is lacking slightly with only 2 racing seats and a steering wheel but I buy technic sets mainly for the mechanical attributes regardless. I also wish that the doors opened but again it is a smaller model and space is at a premium. It comes with 7 extra parts that are all small and easy to lose track of so they were well chosen and appreciated. The most unique part is the rebuild value of this 2in1 set. It can also be made into a hot rod using online instructions. These instructions are, however, not yet available in the website so I cannot yet build it. Hopefully this is fixed in the future as I am looking forward to disassembling and rebuilding this set. Overall this was one of my favorite builds in memory and I highly recommend it. I hope Lego makes more 2in1 sets like this in the future.
May 1, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
More like a poorvette if you ask me.
First things first, LEGO goes on an amazing Streak with the Bugatti Chiron, Porsche 911, and the new â??67 mustang. All big, detailed, and accurate cars that I would (and will) gladly buy. But then they come out with this. It looked pretty cool on the box, but when I bought it I was thoroughly disappointed.
â?¢the look, it doesnâ??t look like a corvette. It looks like a bunch of curves and angles, with waaaayyyy to many gaps. And large gaps at that.
â?¢ is that an engine? Itâ??s just some rounded technic pieces pushing on small axles with a half bushing on top! Itâ??s more like a camshaft and the valves to me, I wouldâ??ve preferred if they put an actual V8 LEGO engine instead of this poor excuse, why even do that? You have done V8s before!
â?¢ for a licensed product, itâ??s like they didnâ??t even try. They shouldâ??ve released either a full sized technic model of this, or, a classic â??63 stingray to appeal to People who would rather buy a LEGO â??vette then this.... thing....
All in all, very disappointed, here are some cars LEGO should try either with technic, or with bricks, all full sized though.
â?¢a 1963 Chrysler Turbine
â?¢ a Mazda RX-7
Both of these are cars that have never had a LEGO set made that would cause a lot of new LEGO fans.
Thank you for listening to my rant. Goodbye now.
April 27, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Could Do Better
The Corvette looks good in orange but this set does not have enough functionality for the price. I expect a good function for every £10 and can count only the steering, engine and differential gear, not enough for £40 RRP. As usual for a LEGO Technic set, the steering should turn more than it does; this needs systematic improvement in most vehicle sets. I like the engine as a development of the engine from the Mack Anthem truck 42078; I have extended the idea in my own builds with the Great Ball Contraption in mind. I like the wheels; smooth tyres for thin wheels have been a long time coming; I hope to see these wheels in more sets. The orange pieces are nice but it is a challenge to find other uses for the wheel arches; I was thinking about a Clown Fish (Nemo); I would like to see mechanical creatures in mainstream Technic, not just over-priced adult products. Overall, the price-per-piece of the Corvette is not bad but, as a Technic set, the LEGO company should try harder in the play experience and number of mechanisms per unit cost.
April 24, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
good but not great
I built the hot rod it's not bad but I want to motorize it using the AAA battery box could you send a link for some free instructions thank you
April 24, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Poorvette
This being a licensed product, Lego had a great opportunity to do something special and instead missed the mark by a rather large margin. For a Technic set, there is very little functionality, and as far as looks, this is not close to a corvette and frankly, even in person this model is one of the ugliest lego replicas ever made. Even with the size and price limitations of the set, there is plenty of room for improvement, as adding something as basic as the doors opening would have been a positive. I have build legos for 15 years and Technic sets for 10, and I have always wanted a Lego Technic Corvette, however, as a diehard Lego Fan, this set was one of the most dissapointing.
April 24, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Rebuild Value!
For reference this is my first technic build in years but I had to purchase this as soon as I saw my favorite corvette built after 1969 (stingray). When I saw the rear differential on page 1 I was immediately excited to see what internals this build had in store. The overall design of this set is wonderful with the detail in the motor really shining through. The pistons on this model actually fire and are truly unique to this set as far as I know. They are connected to the rear wheels which is a nice touch considering the zr1 is a rear wheel drive vehicle. I am also very impressed with the turning system. It adds a layer of playability aven for older builders. This set isn't visually perfect but it is always difficult to create curves on a small scale model like this one. The interior of this model is lacking slightly with only 2 racing seats and a steering wheel but I buy technic sets mainly for the mechanical attributes regardless. I also wish that the doors opened but again it is a smaller model and space is at a premium. It comes with 7 extra parts that are all small and easy to lose track of so they were well chosen and appreciated. The most unique part is the rebuild value of this 2in1 set. It can also be made into a hot rod using online instructions. These instructions are, however, not yet available in the website so I cannot yet build it. Hopefully this is fixed in the future as I am looking forward to disassembling and rebuilding this set. Overall this was one of my favorite builds in memory and I highly recommend it. I hope Lego makes more 2in1 sets like this in the future.
April 19, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Fun build
Overall I had a blast building this car. It was my first Lego set since I was about 10. I had tons of star wars legos. Very easy for beginners.
April 19, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
2019 Corvette
Not bad for a 500+ pieces sport car. Orange color and V-8 hooked up to a drive train will cause the pistons to go up and down when you roll the rear tires!! Must buy for any muscle car lover !!
April 19, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
So its a Corvette
In general I am not happy about spending the money on this set - it could be more functional and look more like a Corvette especially from the front - For a Technic there is a bunch of things missing that could have easily been incorporated such as opening doors, moving rear wing, operable steering wheel, and the placement of a gear shift lever (there is none) - I feel honestly that Lego did this one based on the fact that everyone wants a "Vette and will spend the money!
April 18, 2019
Originally posted at
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