Fecha de publicación: 28/10/2020
The 1:32 scale is back on track
Two years later, Ninco puts 1:32 scale cars back on the slot track. And it does so on its own circuits. What at first looks like a product for the Christmas campaign, hides something else. Since yesterday, new Audi R8 GT3s, four 24 Hours of Spa liveries, and two circuit sets with these same cars have been listed on the Ninco website.
It is true that they are the already known Audi of the brand, but it is a first step. Manufactured in Spain with an Audi license, these new models will incorporate the universal Ninco chassis, the same as the Seat León, and an NC5 engine. They will not have detailed interiors, tinted windows, and plastic injected bodies. Ninco has wanted to maintain the interior supports of the chassis in order to facilitate the use of chassis marketed by third parties.
These cars, which will be sold individually and in the Circuit Set, will begin to be available from the first week of December.
Sources consulted in Ninco, which confirm that the entire production process is carried out in Ibi (Spain), reveal their intentions that the 1:32 range continues to be present in the brand's catalog, despite the strong presence of the 1:43 slot range that now already definitively adopted the name of Ninco instead of the WRC that it had previously.
We will be attentive to the launch of the product to offer images of the final models.
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