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 Here is an off-the-road vehicle build by Nikita from Poland. It is made from Lego WeDo 2.0 and equipped with suspended wheels at the back and caterpillar track in the front. This “jeep” works well on a bumpy track and is controlled by the motion sensor. The model was slightly modified before video was taken. 

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4 Comments

  1. Pavlinka

    I like your car. The idea of gears instead of wheels is great. You have built real jeep able to go over duplo studs!

  2. bbratzel

    What a wonderful car you built! And I love that you control its movements by waving your hand. You did a great job explaining how it works, too. Fantastic!

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