Carisma revealed a new 285mm WB 2.1 Spec RTR in stunning Midnight Blue. With all the usual 2.1 spec enhancements that helped the Range Rover 2.1 Spec Kit, win outright Class 1 at the 2021 UK Scale Nationals this is the perfect addition to any RC collection, or an affordable entry into RC Scale Adventure.
Our friend Sariel, the most famous LEGO Technic fan in the World, has just revealed his latest masterpiece: a Radio Controlled Range Rover III with the Rock Crusher tires produced by RC4WD (which assure superior traction compared to LEGO original tires). This model features a 3-speed remotely controlled transmission that can be shifted while driving and lights.
As always Sariel‘s mechanical design is really impressive and we are curious when LEGO will ask him to design his very own Technic set!
After the success of the RTR of the 1/10th 1981, 4-Door Range Rover Classic Carisma decided to release the self-build kit version. The Hong Kong based company have collaborated closely with the Land Rover Classic Works to faithfully reproduce the fully licensed body, offering photo realistic looks, LED-Ready light buckets and Injection Moulded Grille Detail, Windscreen Wipers, Wing Mirrors and Scale Bumpers for the ultimate in scale realism.
Just few hours before the beginning of the Spielwarenmesse (we respect embargoes so we don’t post exhibitor’s products photos before the opening of the fair) the Hong Kong based Carisma dropped the bomb: a wonderful replica of the 1981 4-Door Range Rover produced in collaboration with with JLR and their Classic Works.
This new replica features all the Gen 2 Hop Ups and includes the new ARC-1 ESC, CMS Mount and Shock Towers. The Carisma 1981 4-Door Range Rover Classic SCA1E is build on the standard wheelbase SCA-1E Chassis and a range of specific hop ups designed for this vehicle is planned.
This iconic British vehicle was first revealed to the world in 1970 and took the public by storm thanks to its rare combination of functional capability and design.