The Brick Experiment Channel has been known for their custom builds, and their LEGO car is definitely worth a second look. There are three basic rules for all builds: vehicles must only have four wheels, no steering to simply things, and only use LEGO parts. This creation is powered by an SBrick receiver that has 50 meters of range, the BrickController 2 app for Android devices, and a PlayStation 4 wireless controller. Read more to see how it handles most obstacles with ease.
All of the obstacles in this demonstration involved books, and even eight books wasn’t too much of an issue, although it did require the car’s break-over angle to be increased to the point of it tipping over. The final obstacle was nearly impassable, thanks to steep overhang in the midsection of a mountain of books, and you’ll have to finish the video to see how well it fared.
- LEGO builders learn advanced elements of engineering while improving creative problem-solving skills as they construct and play with this amazing app-controlled LEGO Technic 4x4 X-treme Off-Roader.
- This 4x4 app-controlled truck is powered by an advanced Smart Hub with 3 motors and operated via the LEGO TECHNIC CONTROL+ app, which delivers super-precise movement and functionality for a highly immersive play experience.
- Kids can choose from 3 alternative screens on their smart device to drive and traverse obstacles at the touch of a fingertip, play sound effects, complete fun challenges and get real-time feedback, such as a speed and tilt log.
- Ideal as a Christmas or birthday gift for all aged 11+, this sturdy 958-piece 4x4 app-controlled truck comes with high-rise independent suspension, large wheels with chunky tires and a fresh color scheme with cool sticker detailing.
- The 42099 LEGO Technic 4x4 X-treme Off-Roader measures over 7” (19cm) high, 12” (33cm) long and 8” (22cm) wide and can be combined with all other original LEGO sets and LEGO bricks for creative play.