LEGO Technic Porsche 911 RSR 42096
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Celebrate an icon of engineering excellence with the LEGO® Technic™ 42096 Porsche 911 RSR. Developed in partnership with Porsche, this authentic replica captures the vehicle’s powerful appearance with its sharp contours and aerodynamic detailing, including a rear wing with ‘swan neck' mounts, extended rear diffuser and specially designed side mirrors. Functions include a visible, working differential, independent suspension and a six-cylinder boxer engine with moving pistons positioned in front of the rear axle, while the accessible cockpit features a radar screen, working steering, fire extinguisher system and even a track map of the Laguna Seca circuit printed onto the driver’s door. Black spoked rims, realistic head and tail lights and an authentic white, red and black color scheme with sticker detailing add the final touches to this awesome LEGO Technic Porsche 911 RSR model, a perfect display piece for the home or office!me or office!
Item No: 5702016369878
$199.00
or pay from $2.52 per week. Click here for more information marble finance logo
Product Description:
Celebrate an icon of engineering excellence with the LEGO® Technic™ 42096 Porsche 911 RSR. Developed in partnership with Porsche, this authentic replica captures the vehicle’s powerful appearance with its sharp contours and aerodynamic detailing, including a rear wing with ‘swan neck' mounts, extended rear diffuser and specially designed side mirrors. Functions include a visible, working differential, independent suspension and a six-cylinder boxer engine with moving pistons positioned in front of the rear axle, while the accessible cockpit features a radar screen, working steering, fire extinguisher system and even a track map of the Laguna Seca circuit printed onto the driver’s door. Black spoked rims, realistic head and tail lights and an authentic white, red and black color scheme with sticker detailing add the final touches to this awesome LEGO Technic Porsche 911 RSR model, a perfect display piece for the home or office!me or office!
Item No: 5702016369878
Product Description
Celebrate an icon of engineering excellence with the LEGO® Technic™ 42096 Porsche 911 RSR. Developed in partnership with Porsche, this authentic replica captures the vehicle’s powerful appearance with its sharp contours and aerodynamic detailing, including a rear wing with ‘swan neck' mounts, extended rear diffuser and specially designed side mirrors. Functions include a visible, working differential, independent suspension and a six-cylinder boxer engine with moving pistons positioned in front of the rear axle, while the accessible cockpit features a radar screen, working steering, fire extinguisher system and even a track map of the Laguna Seca circuit printed onto the driver’s door. Black spoked rims, realistic head and tail lights and an authentic white, red and black color scheme with sticker detailing add the final touches to this awesome LEGO Technic Porsche 911 RSR model, a perfect display piece for the home or office!me or office!
Item No: 5702016369878

Features & Benefits

  • Enter the world of GT endurance racing with the Porsche 911 RSR!
  • Open the doors to access a cockpit packed with realistic details
  • Porsche 911 RSR replica model with a wealth of authentic features, including a rear wing with ‘swan neck’ mo
  • Porsche 911 RSR measures over 5” (13cm) high, 19” (50cm) long and 7” (20cm) wide.
  • Piece Count 1580
  • Ages 10+

Technic Porsche 911 RSR

Customer Reviews

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A good challenge
this is a great model if you want a challenge. it requires a lot of dedication and is one of the more lengthy processes with a great finish. It is similar to the relatives that are the porsche bugatti and rally car but it lacks the gear box and lighting systems. this isn't something i'm sad about because the price and difficulty were good enough for me. the roof is quite flimsy, only properly attached with some piping and one support in the rear. this can be seen as a flaw but personally, i want to see the engine that i screwed up on with my friend multiple times function so a removable roof helps. the dash board gets in the way of the steering wheel mechanisms which i find slightly annoying but that doesn't matter too much.
from what i can tell, it looks fairly easy to motorise and has great potential for it with plenty of unused space just under the trunk which is meant for seeing the engine. you may need to be a bit more skilled to incorporate the steering motor as it has to be installed either during manufacturing, or after removing the numerous panels which could be easy if using the instructions to strategically do so. personally, i haven't because the motors cost a butt tonne just for being called lego.
the only real flaws are the fact that you can't pick it up too well because of the roof and steering is really annoying because the wheel is badly attached and i once pulled it off. you essentially should either steer uncomfortably with the steering wheel that falls off, try moving the actual wheels as they move, motorise it, or just have it as a demo. as for the roof... im not sure. there is also one problem that drives me up the wall. im not sure if its my fault but when i reverse the car, the wheels rub against the frame around it making it so annoying to use. i really want to think that it's just me because it ruins a perfectly good design.
over all, it is a good model and worth the money especially if you have a remote controlled vehicle as well (you could switch and swap parts) but not too good for playing with after. but hey. i get technics for a challenge, the mechanism and obviously the looks. if it doesn't have these then i wouldn't have bought it.
June 28, 2019
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Must have for Porsche enthusiasts
The detail on the RSR is great. Love the interior design like the actual race car and the operation of the flat six engine is a nice touch. Definitely worth the money!
June 27, 2019
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LEGO Porsche
Iâ??m not really in the the cars, but I bought the 007 Austin Martin and found it to be cool and very detailed. So, I had no plans on building the Bugatti, Porsche GT3 or others do to price. I saw this and thought it was well worth the cost and looks cool. This is by no means a small build and was well worth it. If you donâ??t want the huge cost of the Orange GT3 or the Bugatti buy this one instead itâ??s well worth it.
June 27, 2019
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Technic Porsche 911 RSR
At first I wasn't sure If I want this set because of it's size not being an 1:8 but I'm glad I purchased it. I had a great fun time building it. it's much less complex than the 911 gt3 and Bugatti but it looks as good as the other sets.
June 27, 2019
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Great Model but no numbered bags
I may not get to build this model. I have neither the space nor the patience to knoll out 1,500+ parts. My work-space is the dining room table. I must be able to stop at some point and clear the table for tomorrow's dinner. For those who feel sans bag numbers is more of a challenge, then just ignore the numbers and dump out the parts. Personally, I far more enjoy the building as opposed to the knolling. Different strokes, I suppose.
June 27, 2019
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911 gt3 rs is much nicer
This set looks awkward and odd, headlight, wheels and other small details, come on lego, you can do much better than this
June 27, 2019
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Aesthetic Differences
This is great build for any Technic fan. A good model to keep in shape for the bigger builds. Alone, the model is excellent and well designed. As you may notice the black rims have been swapped out for grey. An aesthetic difference that I happen to prefer. Donâ??t fret, the black rims accent 8386 well.
June 24, 2019
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Ignore other reviews
You often see other reviews saying how it isnâ??t like the gt3 so itâ??s bad. Every set is individual and designed differently this is not supposed to be a gt3. To compare it to the gt3 is an unfair advantage considering that the gt3 is twice as much so you can expect detail diffences. Keeping that in mind it is a moderately challenging build considering the unnumbered bags and amount of pieces. Fun build definitely worth the money
June 21, 2019
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Another Great Porsche Set!
Obviously not as large as the GT3RS, but for 1/2 the cost it is more than 50% the size of it. I do wish the ride height was a little lower, but not a big deal at all.
June 21, 2019
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Good set, but let down by 'the white brick issue'
The set itself is an enjoyable build - good design, not too taxing but not too simple either. However, the failing (not unique to this set but) is the persistent problem with white pieces discolouring quickly.

Despite storing the set unopened in its delivery packaging in a cool & dark loft, the white pieces were already 'off-white' at the point of opening up each bag.

For a model where white is such a predominant colour, this is a real issue - made even more noticeable when white stickers (of which there are many in this set) are attached to 'white' pieces.

This isn't a new problem (AROCS cab, Campervan roof, Ecto-1 being other examples) although at least with those sets the white pieces actually came out of the box in the shade/tone expected and have lost their 'whiteness' gradually despite not being in sunlight or heat. But to open a brand new set and know before you've started the build that the end result isn't going to look as good as you'd like it to (and no-where near the crisp white of the box illustrations) is a little disappointing, hence only 3 stars.
June 21, 2019
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