LEGO Powered Up Technic Hubs and Motors to be sold individually

The official LEGO online shop is to start selling LEGO Powered UP Technic hub and motor elements individually.

On June 1, when a huge range of new LEGO products will launch including 42115 Lamborghini Sián FKP 37, a selection of LEGO Powered Up components will be made available individually for the first time.

The elements, that add movement and functionality to models, will be available at LEGO.com. Here are the new pieces that will be launching:

88012 Technic Hub

Features:

  • 4 input/output ports for connection with LEGO Powered Up motors, lights and sensors.
  •  Integrated movement sensor.
  •  Connects via Bluetooth to the LEGO Powered Up app and the Control handset
  •  Designed for use with LEGO Technic elements.
  •  Requires 6x AA batteries (not included).
  •  Age mark 8+

88013 Technic Large Motor

Features:

  • Use this motor for power and accuracy.
  •     Integrated rotation sensor and absolute positioning for accurate speed and position control.
  •     Designed for use with LEGO Technic elements.
  •     32 cm connection wire for Powered Up Hubs.
  •     Requires a Powered Up Hub (sold separately).
  •     Age mark 6+

88014 Technic XL Motor

Features:

  •     Use this motor for maximum power and accuracy.
  •     Integrated rotation sensor and absolute positioning for accurate speed and position control.
  •     Designed for use with LEGO® Technic™ elements.
  •     32 cm connection wire for Powered Up Hubs.
  •     Requires a Powered Up Hub (sold separately).
  •     Age mark 6+

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