Today first renderings of Kawada’s forthcoming M300 FX-III 1/12th chassis appeared on the interweb. The car builds on a long wheelbase carbon fibre chassis with transverse battery layout and it will feature a damper-equipped and SDS-named front end which basically features a standard layout but two damper tubes that connect the upper and lower A-arms in order to make for a smoother operating front suspension. The rear of the car sports a conventional link-type power pod mounting with dual roll dampers, an aluminium centre shock absorber and rear axle height adjustment via eccentric inserts. Battery mounting takes place using an O-ring making the use of fibre tape unnecessary. It is understood that the kit will hit the stores by end of March.
Update: In the meantime Kawada released a handful of images showing the real car. You can find them after the break.