LEGO Technic 4×4 Crawler

May 16, 2016

Category: Gear

Get that beast of an off-road vehicle you’ve always wanted with the LEGO Technic 4×4 Crawler. Featuring motorized 4-wheel steering and 4-wheel drive, this RC car has everything you need to take to the rugged terrain of your own backyard. Robot wars anyone?

In addition to its off-the-asphalt capabilities, the Technic boasts an extreme suspension and both opening doors and top section for a life-like appeal any RC fanatic will appreciate. Each kit is actually two models in one with building instructions for the 4×4 Crawler and a separate off-road truck. Each truck also includes 2 LEGO Power Functions L-motors, a servo motor, battery pack, remote control and infrared receiver. LEGO’s testing also indicates this L-motor provides 50% more torque than the common LEGO M-motor. So go ahead, take the Technic to the limits, test its off-road capabilities, and impress your friends with your capacity for building; release the inner nerd. Available now for $325. [Purchase]

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