Have a glimpse at all the Tamiya items we've just stocked! There must be one that interest you!
The Volkswagen Beetle needs little introduction to most people around the world. A record 21 million Beetles were produced over a production period spanning 60-plus years, and the distinctive rounded form of the car is a familiar sight. It was the brainchild of the famed German designer Ferdinand Porsche, and the iconic car saw military service during the Second World War. The R/C model of this car was released in 1996 on the M-04 chassis. The 2013 model now sits on the modern and highly popular rear wheel drive M-06 chassis platform.
Lots of new Tamiya bodies available too:
This body was originally featured on Item 58103 1/10 Jordan 191, which was released back in 1991. The spare body parts set is available again for a limited time only. It will fit the Tamiya F103 or F104W chassis.
The Lancia 037 Rally was developed in accordance with 1983 World Rally Championship, Group B regulations. Adapted from the Lancia Beta Monte Carlo, the glass-fiber reinforced resin body was designed by Sergio Pininfarina and encases a 2 liter 4 cylinder super-charged engine that boasts over 300 horse power. The car's reliability and top condition helped earn it the title of Manufacturers' Champion.
The Subaru XV, a crossover off-road version of the popular Impreza went on sale in October 2012. It is now available on Tamiya's versatile XV-01 1/10 scale chassis platform for fun off-road action.
The SLS AMG GT3 is a racecar version of the September 2009-released Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, and it is supplied to racing teams around the world. The aluminum long-nose, short-deck body is fitted with gull-wing doors and the functional interior features a roll cage. Down-force is provided by the front spoiler, large rear wing and rear diffuser, while the transaxle layout uses a sequential 6-speed transmission to transmit power from the front-mounted 6.2-liter V8 engine to the rear wheels.