At this year’s Nuremberg International Toyfair S-Workz, already known for their 1/8th electric and nitro off-road buggies, showed a prototype of their first ever 1/10th electric 4WD car and now the vehicle nears its public release. The S104 EK1 is based on a very narrow aluminium chassis and sports some very interesting design features such as a front pivot ball suspension, ‘1/8th-ish’ wheel axles with large diameter wheel hex adapters and wheel nuts as well as a forward-biased weight distribution with a rear battery mount for 2S LiPo saddle and 98mm shorty packs. The shock towers are cut from silver-colour carbon fibre with the rear item being of a split design with a lower aluminium camber link brace for added rigidity. Mounted to the damper stays are big bore aluminium oil-filled shock absorbers with mud deflectors to protect the shock shafts and seals. Included with the kit comes an aggressively shaped cab forward body shell with add-on polycarbonate dirt shields for the main chassis plate. It is understood that the kit will hit the stores by the end of August.