Another iconic brand, beside Kyosho, is definitely Tamiya, who more or less fully concentrate on the hobby sector these days. A crowd pleaser might be the classic 1980’s Audi Quattro that is showcased as a prototype. It is understood that the body will be used for the usual breed of entry-level chassis, including the TT-02, and we really hope to see more scale-looking wheels on the final product. Other news include the Citroen 2CV Rally on M-05Ra chassis, the Lunch Box Red Edition re-release, the Toyota 4×4 Pick-Up Mountain Rider limited edition re-issue, the Comical Hornet on the WR-02CB stunt chassis, the Volkswagen Type 2 T1 M-06, the HKS Nissan Skyline GT-R Gr.A TT-01 Type-E limited edition, the Tyrrell P34 Six Wheeler 1977 Monaco GP Special Edition painted body limited edition, as well as the Ford Mustang GT4 TT-02. Also coming is M-07R chassis kit with lots of option parts as well as the Dual Rider trike, a more futuristic version of the popular Dancing Rider.