Some more upcoming Tamiya static kits

24361 1/24 Toyota GR 86

New Toyota 86
The Toyota GR 86 is a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive sports car announced in April 2021. It has a broad stance, low center of gravity, and employs aerodynamic components rooted in motorsports. Hood, roof and front fenders are lightweight aluminum, and this car is powered by a 2.4-liter horizontally opposed four-cylinder boxer DOHC engine capable of 235hp. The suspension features front strut and rear double wishbone systems, and delivers direct, comfortable feel of driving to owners.

About the Model
This is a 1/24 scale plastic model assembly kit. Length: 178mm, width: 74mm, height: 55mm. ★Features a realistic depiction of the stylish and powerful form. ★The model recreates the distinctive air outlets in front fenders as separate parts. ★Details such as a 2.4-liter horizontally opposed four-cylinder DOHC engine are faithfully depicted and the hood can be held open by a stay. ★The front and rear suspension is succinctly reproduced. ★Comes with metal transfers to add realism to side mirrors and rear-view mirror. ★Includes metal-plated parts to recreate taillight/reverse light cases and muffler end. ★Black 10-spoke wheels are paired with solid synthetic rubber tires for a realistic look

24362 1/24 Subaru BRZ (ZD8)

New SUBARU BRZ
The SUBARU BRZ – SUBARU’s first rear-wheel drive sports car welcomed a second model in July, 2021 in Japan. While the 2-door coupe form is basically carried over, the new SUBARU BRZ features more powerful style with aerodynamic efficiency. Hood, roof and fenders are lightweight aluminum, and this car is powered by a 2.4-liter horizontally opposed four-cylinder boxer DOHC engine capable of 235hp. The SUBARU BRZ has further evolved as a pure FR sports car for everyone.

About the Model
This is a 1/24 scale plastic model assembly kit. Length: 178mm, width: 74mm, height: 55mm. ★Features a realistic depiction of the stylish and powerful form. ★Details such as a 2.4-liter horizontally opposed four-cylinder DOHC engine are faithfully depicted and the hood can be held open by a stay. ★The front and rear suspension is succinctly reproduced. ★Side frames on the roof top are separate parts for hassle-free painting job. ★Comes with metal transfers to add realism to side mirrors and rear-view mirror. ★Includes metal-plated parts to recreate taillight/reverse light cases and muffler end.

35376 1/35 U.S. Tank Destroyer M18 Hellcat

Pioneer of Tank Destroyer
The M18 Hellcat was an American tank destroyer developed to counter the German Army tanks, and it featured an open top design turret and powerful 76mm gun, plus a main gun breech rotated 45 degrees around the gun barrel to save space in the turret interior. It had a compact, lightweight hull, automatic transmission and the first torsion bar suspension seen on U.S. armor. Its radial 9-cylinder engine at the hull rear was capable of 80km/h maximum speed which was the highest speed among tracked vehicles during WWII. The production started in July, 1943 and the Hellcat was in service for the first time at the Italian Front in 1944. After that, this tank destroyer was deployed in the North-Western European and Pacific War theaters, notably besting the German Army tanks with super performance and firepower based on hit-and-run tactics. The Hellcat contributed to U.S. victory as a pioneer of tank destroyers.

About the Model
This is a 1/35 scale plastic model assembly kit. Length: 192mm, width: 80mm. ★Exhaustive studies of the actual tank enabled this precise recreation of the compact form equipped with the powerful 76mm gun. ★The main gun breech, shell rack, transceiver and turning gears add the realism to the turret interior. ★The gun shield canvas cover surface texture is faithfully reproduced. ★Clear parts are included to recreate the headlight lens. ★Features the complex suspension captured with ergonomic parts breakdown. ★Assembly type single pin tracks have one-piece straight sections. ★Includes one figure to depict a standing tank soldier. ★Comes with two marking options to recreate Italian Front vehicles.

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