The Mattel Co. released it’s first diecast toy cars, Hot Wheels, in 1968 and has been an elite powerhouse in the diecast car game ever since. With almost 50 years of producing some of the most widely popular models, Hot Wheels is dedicated to excellence in quality. The company reproduces, in 1/18 and 1/43 scale, some of the most famous and appreciated cars through history and continues to add new models to the lineup every year.
Hot Wheels continues to have passion and enthusiasm for cars and affirms the brand as a symbol of ‘quality, innovation, technology and exclusivity’. Their dedication to quality and innovation make their models a must-have for diecast collectors.
The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Regular Edition was introduced in 2012 and was an instant success. The car has won 11 prestigious awards including 2012 Supercar of the Year by Top Gear, 2012 Engine of the Year by EVO, Car of the Year 2014 by the Robb Report and many others. This lightweight car is perfectly tuned for racing and weighs only 620 kilograms. It has an 800 horsepower engine and is capable of 18,000 RPM.
This highly detailed 1/18 Hot Wheels Regular Edition diecast model Ferrari F12 Berlinetta in grey is packed with details. These details include doors that open, steerable wheels and is made of only the highest quality materials. This model would make the perfect addition to any enthusiast’s collection.
The Ferrari 599XX EVO 11 was the 2012-2013 update to the original Ferrari 599XX released in 2010. The original release of the 599XX was one of the most innovative designs seen using advanced technological solutions. This car was built for the track and isn’t even street legal. It boasts 750 HP at 7000 rpm and 516 lb-ft of torque.
This 1/18 Ferrari 599XX EVO 11 diecast model in red is loaded with high quality features. The model features opening doors, hood and trunk. In addition, there are finely applied details and steerable wheels that roll. It would make a perfect gift for Ferrari or diecast enthusiasts.
The Ferrari 250 GT California Spiders were produced in between 1958 and 1962 with the release of the SWB in 1963. Only 106 built total and nine of those had aluminum bodies. The ‘SWB’ (short wheel base) were released last in this series. This smooth looking car was the desire of many and owned by few. The model featured a removable hard-top and a V12 engine.
The 1/18 Ferrari 250 GT California Spider SWB Vinaccia Elite Edition in black diecast model by Hot Wheels is packed with details including steerable wheels that roll and opening doors, hood and trunk. This is yet another Hot Wheels diecast model where no expense was spared on fine detail and quality.
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