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42143 [Ferrari Daytona SP3]
The source isn’t certain if the name given above is correct. Rumours suggest that the 42143 supercar will be a Ferrari. It is specifically a Daytona SP3 Ferrari. Ferrari provided some images of the car and said that it is similar to the 330P3 model.
According to reports, the Ferrari Daytona SP3 LEGO kit, with 3,776 components, will include an open engine and rotating doors. According to sources, it may also have a removable roofing. It is rumoured to release on August 1 for €399.99 as an 18+ model. This release date could be different to a report that stated the set had been 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.
Sources claim that the source believes it is a Red-and-Black Waste Handler. According to rumours, it will be made available on August 1st. This report includes an extended cab with two steerable front tires, a hand pump that operates the gripper arm and four support pieces.
42145 Airbus H175 Rescue Helicopter
The potential of this potentiary weighs in around 2,001 elements. LEGO Technic is expected by the source to cost €199.99, aligning with previous listings. Red or yellow will most likely be the main model, while the neon-yellow variant is being offered. LEGO CITYBy 2022
The source assumes CONTROL+ integration of functions. Both the tail and main rotors are capable of turning at different speeds. The former includes five blades.
In the same rumour, interior details were also discussed. Both ends of the cockpit are said to contain control sticks that enable the main rotating rotors to be tilted in different directions. Also, the winch may be located on the exterior and open doors to both the side and cockpit.
42146 [Liebherr LR 13000]
The report does not confirm the name of this rumoured set. This set is rumoured to be made up of 2,882 bricks for €449.99 as the second 18+ model in the list. This build claims to be the highest. LEGO Techniche has ever witnessed. This is due to the larger weight of the lattice pieces and the brick counterweight, which weighs one-kilogram.
This set also includes CONTROL+, which adds to its price. The source claims that the set will include six motors as well as two smart hubs.
LEGO Group has not yet confirmed these rumours. They will not be officially confirmed until you are cautious.
Featured image: Ferrari
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