LEGO Technic Rally Car 42077
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Enter the world of rally driving with this impressive LEGO® Technic Rally Car model, featuring sporty blue, white, red and black bodywork with cool racing stickers, rear spoiler, 4 spot lamps and large 6-spoke red rims with low-profile, road-gripping tyres. Open the doors to access the detailed cockpit complete with racing seats and a red roll cage. Lift the hood and you'll discover the 2-fan engine cooling system, while under the rear hatch you'll find a detailed V6 engine with moving pistons. This awesome vehicle also features working steering and robust suspension. When you feel like another building challenge, rebuild it into a high-speed Buggy.

Build your own LEGO® Technic Rally Car with large rear spoiler, 6-spoke red rims with low-profile tyres, detailed cockpit with roll cage, V6 engine with moving pistons, and working steering and suspension.



Item No: 5702016116915
$139.00
Product Description:

Enter the world of rally driving with this impressive LEGO® Technic Rally Car model, featuring sporty blue, white, red and black bodywork with cool racing stickers, rear spoiler, 4 spot lamps and large 6-spoke red rims with low-profile, road-gripping tyres. Open the doors to access the detailed cockpit complete with racing seats and a red roll cage. Lift the hood and you'll discover the 2-fan engine cooling system, while under the rear hatch you'll find a detailed V6 engine with moving pistons. This awesome vehicle also features working steering and robust suspension. When you feel like another building challenge, rebuild it into a high-speed Buggy.

Build your own LEGO® Technic Rally Car with large rear spoiler, 6-spoke red rims with low-profile tyres, detailed cockpit with roll cage, V6 engine with moving pistons, and working steering and suspension.



Item No: 5702016116915
Product Description

Enter the world of rally driving with this impressive LEGO® Technic Rally Car model, featuring sporty blue, white, red and black bodywork with cool racing stickers, rear spoiler, 4 spot lamps and large 6-spoke red rims with low-profile, road-gripping tyres. Open the doors to access the detailed cockpit complete with racing seats and a red roll cage. Lift the hood and you'll discover the 2-fan engine cooling system, while under the rear hatch you'll find a detailed V6 engine with moving pistons. This awesome vehicle also features working steering and robust suspension. When you feel like another building challenge, rebuild it into a high-speed Buggy.

Build your own LEGO® Technic Rally Car with large rear spoiler, 6-spoke red rims with low-profile tyres, detailed cockpit with roll cage, V6 engine with moving pistons, and working steering and suspension.



Item No: 5702016116915

Features & Benefits

  • Push the limits with the awesome LEGO® Technic Rally Car!
  • Age Range: 10 to 16
  • Piece Count: 1005

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Love this set! Love the fact it converts to two vehicles. Love the colors! More please!
May 8, 2019
Originally posted at
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A fun model with a great rack (Suspension)
I purchased this originally as I thought the car body could be motorized. It turns out thatI will be keeping the suspension intact as it is possibly the best part of this model. I put it together and was amazed at the detail put in to the suspension.

The car goes together with no major surprises, but it has some amazing functionality that I did not expect. The suspension and shock absorbers actually allow the car to lean and take bumps properly.

The car screams motorize me and I am going to do just that. I am going to try and put a simple L motor in it with a servo motor for steering. The IR and battery box should fit in if I remove the fan under the hood.

It looks good, the stickers really work on this one. The color scheme stands out, but it is missing a lot of advertisements which would be on a real rally or race car.

Both the hood and back are able to be opened up and show off the internal details, which was a nice touch.

The steering seems to be unnecessarily limited as a real rally car can turn its wheels a lot more than this one does.

All in all a fun build, and a tremendous design. Whoever you were, thank you, I have had a lot of fun on this model.
April 15, 2019
Originally posted at
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Great Set
I was very pleased with the quality, aesthetics and functionality of this model. The construction lasted 2 days, done interminently. The result was very good. An excellent rally carror (only worth not having full wheel drive), well built, albeit with simplicity and with the possibility of being motorized with some ease. The decor is very good and the detail of the extra headlights is excellent. Great suspension course. A pleasure to assemble, "play" and join the collection.
March 30, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
A fun model with a great rack (Suspension)
I purchased this originally as I thought the car body could be motorized. It turns out thatI will be keeping the suspension intact as it is possibly the best part of this model. I put it together and was amazed at the detail put in to the suspension.

The car goes together with no major surprises, but it has some amazing functionality that I did not expect. The suspension and shock absorbers actually allow the car to lean and take bumps properly.

The car screams motorize me and I am going to do just that. I am going to try and put a simple L motor in it with a servo motor for steering. The IR and battery box should fit in if I remove the fan under the hood.

It looks good, the stickers really work on this one. The color scheme stands out, but it is missing a lot of advertisements which would be on a real rally or race car.

Both the hood and back are able to be opened up and show off the internal details, which was a nice touch.

The steering seems to be unnecessarily limited as a real rally car can turn its wheels a lot more than this one does.

All in all a fun build, and a tremendous design. Whoever you were, thank you, I have had a lot of fun on this model.
March 30, 2019
Originally posted at
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Great Value
Great lines. Good build. Great value to product ratio. Nice display peice. Ten yr old son put together with no assistance.
March 30, 2019
Originally posted at
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Poorly designed
First off I like the look of the model but the design is poor. Starting with the fact this is supposed to be a rally car and it's not awd and the engine is in the rear. Next is there's a lot of flex in the front because of the way front bumper and headlights are attached. The functions are very simple compared the other technic sets like the air race jet. That I bought for only $10 more and has amazing functions and there powered. Hopefully lego will come out with another rally car that's a proper rally car subaru collaboration.
March 25, 2019
Originally posted at
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Ready for an upgrade?
As a rally car should this be 4 wheel drive? Yes. As a LEGO car of this scale should it have a gearbox? Totally. Are there parts of the design (such as the seats) that feel only part finshed? Absolutely. Does any of this matter? No, definitely not! In the greatest tradition of LEGO this set just makes me want to to make all these modifications.

There are now (and have been) much more technically complex and what I would consider more complete sets, but with this set LEGO look like they have deliberately created a set that has a lot of room for modification. This is a good thing.

Don’t get me wrong - the set itself doesn’t need anything else doing if you don’t want to, but there is so much scope for upgrade if you want to.

I think LEGO have this set absolutely spot on - it is awesome as it is, and keeping it this “simple” LEGO have also made it much more accessible financially. Some of the other current sets are eye-wateringly expensive - full marks to LEGO for realising there is a place for sets like this. I look forward to seeing more sets made with a similar ethos.
March 25, 2019
Originally posted at
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Great Value
Great lines. Good build. Great value to product ratio. Nice display peice. Ten yr old son put together with no assistance.
March 21, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
A fun model with a great rack (Suspension)
I purchased this originally as I thought the car body could be motorized. It turns out thatI will be keeping the suspension intact as it is possibly the best part of this model. I put it together and was amazed at the detail put in to the suspension.

The car goes together with no major surprises, but it has some amazing functionality that I did not expect. The suspension and shock absorbers actually allow the car to lean and take bumps properly.

The car screams motorize me and I am going to do just that. I am going to try and put a simple L motor in it with a servo motor for steering. The IR and battery box should fit in if I remove the fan under the hood.

It looks good, the stickers really work on this one. The color scheme stands out, but it is missing a lot of advertisements which would be on a real rally or race car.

Both the hood and back are able to be opened up and show off the internal details, which was a nice touch.

The steering seems to be unnecessarily limited as a real rally car can turn its wheels a lot more than this one does.

All in all a fun build, and a tremendous design. Whoever you were, thank you, I have had a lot of fun on this model.
March 21, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
A fun model with a great rack (Suspension)
I purchased this originally as I thought the car body could be motorized. It turns out thatI will be keeping the suspension intact as it is possibly the best part of this model. I put it together and was amazed at the detail put in to the suspension.

The car goes together with no major surprises, but it has some amazing functionality that I did not expect. The suspension and shock absorbers actually allow the car to lean and take bumps properly.

The car screams motorize me and I am going to do just that. I am going to try and put a simple L motor in it with a servo motor for steering. The IR and battery box should fit in if I remove the fan under the hood.

It looks good, the stickers really work on this one. The color scheme stands out, but it is missing a lot of advertisements which would be on a real rally or race car.

Both the hood and back are able to be opened up and show off the internal details, which was a nice touch.

The steering seems to be unnecessarily limited as a real rally car can turn its wheels a lot more than this one does.

All in all a fun build, and a tremendous design. Whoever you were, thank you, I have had a lot of fun on this model.
February 25, 2019
Originally posted at
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