All About AUTOart Diecast

AUTOart is a highly respected line of diecasts that's based out of Hong Kong, China. The company was originally founded in 1998, and has built up a solid reputation of creating highly detailed and top-shelf quality vehicles. The company credits its highly skilled pool of workers, who have to learn to use chopsticks proficiently by the age of three, for the intricate and fine craftsmanship of its products.

Not only does AUTOart produce some of the most sought-after diecast model cars in the world, it also caters to automotive enthusiasts in general. The company makes various car-themed lifestyle items, such as brake rotor wall clocks and shock absorber pens. Here are some of our featured AUTOart products.

Porsche is well-known for producing a number of engaging cars, but the 911 GT3 R is one of its most thrilling creations. It was produced for homologation purposes only, giving some lucky drivers a pure motorsports experience.

Thanks to a number of weight savings measures, including a simplified interior and a single-mass flywheel, the 911 GT3 R can blast from 0 to 62 mph in just 4.0 seconds, edging out the regular GT3 by a tenth of a second. The car can also reach a peak 193 mph. Thanks to excellent detailing on this 1/18 diecast, you can enjoy all of the exhilarating features.

After the enthusiast-favorite Murcielago, the Lamborghini Aventador had a huge reputation to fulfill. Thankfully the supercar didn't disappoint, thanks in large part to its peak 690 horsepower output. With plenty of aerodynamic improvements, the Aventador can go up to 230 mph.

While all Aventadors are amazing to look at, this one is particularly attractive with its special edition Blue Cepheus paint, created to celebrate Lamborghini's 50th anniversary. Collectors can see a number of intricate designs on the 1/18 diecast, including the engine and interior components.


Few Japanese sports cars have enjoyed the level of fame showered upon the third generation of the Mazda RX-7. Not only does the car look great, it shocked drivers with blistering acceleration and deft handling dynamics.

Of all the versions of the third-gen RX-7, the Spirit R is supreme. Among the improvements introduced were various aerodynamic parts, engine upgrades, and lightweight components. Thanks to excellent detailing and numerous articulating points, you can admire the engineering marvel in the comfort of your own home or office. It's handsome and sophisticated enough to make a solid impression on any visitor.


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2 thoughts on “All About AUTOart Diecast”

  • Alan Wright

    The Aventador did not succeed the Murcielago. The Aventador is based on, and the successor of, the Gallardo. The Murcielago was succeeded by the Huracan.

  • EMC

    Alan, buddy, you have that *completely* backwards. Aventador is the premier 12-cylinder Lambo, much like the Murcie. The Huracan, like the Gallardo before it, is only a 10-cylinder vehicle and priced to be the "entry-level" Lamborghini model, so to speak.

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