Following a first teaser Tamiya have released more images of their forthcoming TB Evo.7 1/10th electric touring car. The company’s top-of-the-foodchain shaft-driven tourer will feature a versatile chassis construction with the alloy main chassis being able to accommodate a total of three different motor and battery layouts. First up is a “forward” motor position with standard-size battery compartment, the second is a “mid” motor layout, shown here for the use with shorty-type batteries and last but not least comes a rear motor variant with the servo and motor sitting on the opposite size compared to usual shaft driven cars. The kit will also feature a “reverse-type” steering system with the steering bellcranks facing backwards. Part of the package are also TRF418 suspension arms, TRF419-type rear uprights, TRF super short shock absorbers and a 6mm thick centre stiffener for increased pitch damping but flexible torsional characteristics.