The landing page for LEGO Back to the future features a few facts for the films and the set, as well as one image that gives us a much better look at one important aspect of 10300 Back to the Future Time Machine‘s interior.
Before 10300 Back to the Future Time Machine was officially revealed, the model was rumoured to include a light brick that was presumed to be for a function on the LEGO flux capacitor. Now that the set has been unveiled, an additional picture of the build showcases how this brick-built device glows in the vehicle.
The red labels are included on the design applied to a transparent piece, though we don’t know if this is a print or a sticker. The labels are arranged slightly different than they are in the movie, though this is likely so that we can read them rather than having the writing be too small to make out.
The three-pronged device in the flux capacitor also appears to be an additional element behind the transparent brick. This might be a new piece though it’s hard to know for sure before we can get a closer look at 10300 Back to the Future Time Machine from April 1.
You can start travelling across time with 10300 Back to the Future Time Machine from the start of April for £149.99 / $169.99 / €169.99.