here is the Tamiya Wild One

There are those who, as a boy or girl, played with it for hours in the garden at home or in the park. And there are those who will actually be able to drive it in the coming months. From a radio-controlled car, the Tamiya Wild One becomes a full-scale dune buggy in a very limited series for a few nostalgic around the world.

Faithfully inspired by the model launched in 1985, the Tamiya will be sold from the start 2024 in only 100 copies for the UK and Europe.

An electric off-road “baby”.

The Wild One has everything you need to have fun especially off-road, starting with the tyres Maxxis 14” combined with Bilstein shock absorbers and Eibach springs. Thanks to a frame designed specifically for off-road adventures and specific bumpers that allow an attack angle of 34.1° and a departure angle of 50.8°.

Numbers worthy of a real rival to the Jeep Wrangler and Ford Bronco for the Tamiya, which from a “model” has been transformed into a car 3.5 meters long and 1.9 meters wide, with a ground clearance of 270 mm and a weight of 500 kg.

Tamiya Wild One Max Launch Edition

Tamiya Wild One Max Launch Edition

The interior is also refined, with Cobra racing seats with four-point seat belts, a 5-inch digital instrument cluster and racing-inspired switches.

To push the Tamiya there are not the classic batteries that once powered the radio-controlled car. On the “standard” Wild One there is one 14.4 kWh battery which allows you to reach a maximum speed of 96.5 km/h.

How will the Wild One be driven? The Little Car Company says the car will be registered as electric quadricycle. And after the MAX (whose prices and data on range and performance will be made official in the coming months) other configurations are on the way in the following years.

Source: Italia – News by

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