Take your builds to the next level with LEGO® Technic! Discover challenging, iconic vehicles with real-life functions (like steering systems and gears) to get under the hood of machinery with LEGO®.
Perfect for older children, teenagers and adults, LEGO® Technic provides a challenge to even the most experienced builders, and is based on beams, pins, motors and pegs to realistically replicate real-life machinery while still being compatible with regular LEGO® bricks. With LEGO® Technic, vehicle fans can innovatively create their own impressive machines or follow the guidelines to create existing ones; they’re the perfect LEGO® system for discovering and learning about complex machines and how they work in the real world - all while having fun! Some sets also include remote-control functionality with CONTROL+, a free app that unlocks a world of automation, authentic sounds, play challenges, and realistic controls.
At Myer, our huge range of LEGO® Technic includes impressive models like LEGO® Technic cars, helicopters, trucks, motorcycles, cranes and more to feed the curiosity of builders and collectors and truly demonstrate the power of engineering.
On your marks, get set… GO with LEGO® Technic.
What is the hardest LEGO® Technic set to build?
Many LEGO® Technic sets are designed to offer a thought-provoking, complex challenge.
For instance, the app-controlled 4x4 Mercedes-Benz Zetros Trial Truck includes an impressive 2,129 pieces and allows you to open the cab doors, bonnet and service hatch to see all the details inside. This LEGO® Technic set is considered one of the most advanced building challenges and is designed to satisfy all builders interested in engineering and large vehicles!
Another challenging LEGO® Technic set is the Ferrari 488 GTE “AF Corse #51”. With 1,684 pieces and an age recommendation of 18+, this rewarding build allows you to create a stunning display model of an iconic race car with realistic features and authentic details. You’ll experience front and back suspension, a V8 engine with moving pistols, and opening doors to see an accurately recreated interior.