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42115 - Lamborghini Sian FKP 37

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1 minute ago, nerdsforprez said:

ummmm 5696 pieces?

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I thought the same for a second but no, it's definitely 3696

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Hah, I told chu guys, the front art is put to the back.

Now who was is that said the box is fake just because the former front isn't at the front anymore?

 

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8 minutes ago, Steph 104th said:

Perhaps because of the wheels?

The blueprints seem to show different sized wheels.

That's what I thought. But even if they used the rear wheel as base , the section between the door an rear wheel is too short. 

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That was a smart decision against leaks - we don't see any details (like picture of the engine or something) and we don't see a rear view, so it still will be a surprise unless someone builds it before the June.

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Don't you just love TLGs logic at times. Creates the most beautiful set ever....puts it on the back of the box!

Edited by allanp

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Visually i think its the best looking car yet produced... What are the chances the interior will be more realistic than the suspension geometry?!

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I'm senseing the parts list must be imminent, or some shots from instructions. 

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14 minutes ago, LvdH said:

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I thought the same for a second but no, it's definitely 3696

crimony, i zoomed in and eveeything!! ??

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What these images still don't reveal and whats bugging me is what are the designers going to do about the black wedge shape around the lights. Because if it's left open, it may be an eyesore and inaccurate, but if they fill it in with black tiles and such it won't be a very pretty display model the minute some dust settles in there.

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The top of the box reminds me of 41999 Boss Crawler a bit.

i just want S@H to allow you to order this now!

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31 minutes ago, ibessonov said:

we don't see a rear view, so it still will be a surprise unless someone builds it before the June.

Since the plastic bags are already exposed out of the box. Who knows.... might happen that too. But June 1st is not that far away

Edited by thekoRngear

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It's a nice packaging. The inside boxes seems to not have rectangular shape.

There is no information at all on the functionalities. There may not be anything new compared to the other car sets.

 

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Remembered about these pieces thinking about what the rear could look like:

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Obviously, a) these mudguards are no longer produced, b) probably to large and c) there is no easy way to attach them, so I am really curious what the rear lights will actually look like. The front lights are tricky too, but they are brick-built, so hopefully it will not be stickers or printed pieces in the rear.

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3 minutes ago, Akbalder said:

It's a nice packaging. The inside boxes seems to not have rectangular shape.

There is no information at all on the functionalities. There may not be anything new compared to the other car sets.

 

I hope you're wrong, as that would make it pretty but kinda pointless!

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2 minutes ago, allanp said:

I hope you're wrong, as that would make it pretty but kinda pointless!

Isn't that the essence of the supercar?

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1 hour ago, Jonfensu said:

Hmmmm ... It's me or the wheelbase is too short 

Front end looks too stubby but I think the side profile are the two manuals and they might not be "flat". Let's see when we get some close ups. I assume Lego will do press this weekend about it. 

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13 minutes ago, Robo-Knight said:

What's the interior like? Does it have an interior like the Bugatti Chirron?

I’m sure it has an interior, but I wouldn’t have an idea how it looked. Those pictures aren’t mine.

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25 minutes ago, jorgeopesi said:

Is it too short or are the wheels too much big?, at first view.

The side view is a photography and the camera perspective is a bit distorting. Anyway, at the first glance one can instantly notice the too short wheelbase (distance between front and rear axle). The picture from the front conceals this dimension. The wheels are probably not too big, it´s rather about the too big radius of the wheel arches which is the same as on the Porsche 42056. This makes the wheelbase look even shorter. The perfect radius for 1/8 scale would be the wheel arches from 42096 - they are way too big for the smaller 1/10 scale.

Edited by brunojj1

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@Jim Given the past discussion about CaDa allowed (because of their original designs), what are your thoughts on discussion comparing it to MK's Sian? I ask, since surprisingly it appears that MK didn't steal a design for once, and have even presented a (imo) better looking alternative.

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22 minutes ago, LvdH said:

I’m sure it has an interior, but I wouldn’t have an idea how it looked. Those pictures aren’t mine.

Where did you get the pictures from?

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