A bit earlier today we brought you first images of the Tamiya TRF419 and what appears to be the follow-up model of the Kyosho TF6 and now more images are available from this week’s All Japan Hobby Show in Tokyo. First up is Tamiya’s recently announced Raybrig NSX Concept-GT kit that will become available on the TB-04 shaft-driven chassis. What makes the kit stand out is once again Tamiya’s highly detailed polycarbonate bodyshell and the huge decal sheet to resemble the full scale Raybrig NSX.
Also on show in Tokyo is the TT-02 Type-S chassis, an upholstered version of Tamiya’s entry-level 4WD touring car. The kit will feature a load of performance parts such as front and gear FRP shock towers, metal suspension mounts, (long) reversible suspension arms, CVA oil-filled shock absorbers, several metal drivetrain parts and adjustable turnbuckles. The blue anodised parts you can see in the image are not part of the kit but available separately for further customisation. On the Kyosho side of things there is this stunning McLaren 12C GT3 2013 on show. Coming in different colours the MR-03 based car resembled the UK super sportswear just fine.