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1/18th Die-cast Model of Red Bull X2010 announced
« on: Sep 20, 2012, 01:36 pm »

1/18th die-cast models of the "Red Bull X2010" announced by Auto Art.

http://www.gran-turismo.com/jp/news/d18934.html






























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   Autoart Diecast models of cars included in Gran Turismo numerous syndicate announced the Red Bull X2010 1 / 18 precision Diecast models.Red Bull X2010 is a racing car "Gran Turismo" jointly developed with Red Bull "Regulation No strings attached". By adopting such as mandatory emissions of air under the floor, wing structure covered the front wheel シングルシーターボディ funky technology produces 450 km/h or mph, maximum lateral acceleration of 8.75 G performance.Precision Diecast model 1 / 18 autoart is faithfully reproduced this car. I have done the overwhelming performance in the Red Bull X2010 that can be felt like one. Covering the cockpit canopy was laid out coloring available, Sir Stirling Moss specifications beautifully is opening and closing.Etc. for Diecast model Red Bull X2010 release date is not yet known, but from 9/20, Chiba Prefecture, will be exhibited other manufactured autoart Diecast models together with the PlayStation booth of Tokyo game show 2012 will be held at Makuhari Messe. Make sure the superb workmanship! in the PlayStation booth.※ Published photos are prototypes. This may differ from the actual product.
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Re: 1/18th Die-cast Model of Red Bull X2010 announced
« Reply #1 on: Sep 21, 2012, 03:05 am »

Looks awesome, would it be an OK toy for a (almost) 2 y/o boy??

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Re: 1/18th Die-cast Model of Red Bull X2010 announced
« Reply #2 on: Sep 21, 2012, 07:02 am »

Looks awesome, would it be an OK toy for a (almost) 2 y/o boy??

Hmmm, possibly not... because AutoArt are quite expensive and are not really sold as toys, they're more replica/models. My guess on price for this, it's gonna be over 100euro.

I'm not sure that they will stand up to much abuse from children, because of delicate parts breaking off.
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Re: 1/18th Die-cast Model of Red Bull X2010 announced
« Reply #3 on: Sep 21, 2012, 04:34 pm »

I hope it comes to the states because I'll be buying one.  Maybe both depending on price!

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Re: 1/18th Die-cast Model of Red Bull X2010 announced
« Reply #4 on: Sep 23, 2012, 10:56 pm »

Pity, my son loves cars (how is that possible!!!) but I can indeed imagine that it is too fragile to be handled by a 2 y/o....

And to be honest, I wouldn't pay that prize in a 100 years lol
I'm a virtual collector....I'll stay with that hehe
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