Having previously released some teaser shots of their new Mini-Z Optima buggy last month, Kyosho have today released full information on these palm sized buggies as well as introduced a Lazer ZX-5 FS version. Both cars are shaft driven mid motored 4wds and sport independent double wishbone suspension, 4 oil filled shocks, 2 gear diffs and a slipper clutch with the chassis having a 10 degree kick up on the front. A standard Mini-Z motor powers the buggy and the ESC can be adjusted by connecting it to a PC. The car also sports a chassis mounted gyro to make the car easier to drive by helping to correct the steering and throttle. It also comes with the awesome Tiki Tiki mode that allows a preset amount of full power boosts for great battles with your friends. The new Mini-Z buggies will be released in November of this year with or without transmitter.