Tamiya future releases shown at Nuremberg International Toy Fair 2011

Update 07.02.2011: Honda CR-Z body just arrived from Japan and better TG10-Mk.2 FX photos added

Update 05.02.2011: more photos added

13 thoughts on “Tamiya future releases shown at Nuremberg International Toy Fair 2011

  1. GreatDane

    Thanks guys and well done 😉

    I have been waiting – and waiting – for the pics to show up on your website…..

    And now they are finally here. Ahhh, great!!!

    No real surprises, but the Maersk Trailer is nice and the vast number of Formula one cars is massive – although you only show the Lotus, but there are also two McLaren Formula one cars and there is the Ferrari 643 (according to Tamiyas website).

    More to come…??? 😉

    Best Regards

    GreatDane c”,)

  2. admin

    Thank you, unfortunately the other F1 cars and Honday CR-Z body weren’t ready for the fair.
    Best regards,

  3. Ken

    That Maersk trailer is really impressive.

    What type of chassis is that Super Fighter GR? Is that a entry-level kit?

  4. admin

    Yes, its DT-02 and actually a Super Fighter G with other colours, in Germany there is a very successful cup race for kids with them since 15 years, called Fighter Cup.

  5. GreatDane

    Now the only thing that completes the Maersk trailer is for Tamiya to release a vehicle to lift the container on and off the trailer.

    Not much fun removing the container on and off by hand. 😉

    I know it’s a re-release, but I am stunned by the look of the Merc. It looks great. Tamiya did a great job on that body back then.

    Best Regards

    GreatDane c”,)

  6. admin

    Yes, I also thought the same, dreaming of a container terminal at the fair 🙂

    Also agree on the 190E, never thought before it would look so good as a “civil” version, shame only they didn’t make front light reflectors for the new version as they did to some other older bodies, this way it would be a real stunner!

    Best regards,

  7. GreatDane

    So this was the Nuremberg International Toy Fair 2011.

    Was any of you guys happy with the releases?

    Now, I am looking forward to the Shizuoka Hobby Show in may’ish – with a list of what Tamiya will release publiced a month prior to the show.

    I know, I’m out early 😉

    Best Regards

    GreatDane c”,)

  8. admin

    We found the Nuremberg releases quite unspectacular as we had predicted (it really seems that Tamiya nowadays presents the most important news in Japan), but guess we are also spoiled by them, the news on other model companies were are even less and more disappointing. We also look already forward to the Shizuoka news.
    Best regards,

  9. Jim


    Just wondering if anyone knows where I can find out the estimated or actual release dates for future release models? Tried the Tamiya website and also searched online but can’t seem to find any information. I’m based in the UK and have been watching for the 1:12 Fiat Yamaha ’09 Estoril Edition being released.



  10. admin

    The 14120 kit was released in Japan on 26th February so should be soon also in other countries.

  11. Bill T

    I have the M-06 and what a great little car. I owned the M-04, and now that Tamiya has reengineered the mini in a rear drive, the drivability is tremendous. I might even stop driving my sedan. Maybe.

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