• Description



Please be aware that this product can only be shipped to the following countries: Austria, Germany (except Wellpower-CHECK), Switzerland, Slovakia, France, Italy, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, United Kingdom, Croatia, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic and Hungary!


The Audi Quattro A2 is a true racing legend. The TAMIYA model has a completely newly developed body and is delivered with a TT-02 chassis. The Quattro A2 was used in the WRC Rally season 1983, piloted by Hannu Mikkola. The kit includes a powerful Torque Tuned engine, an electronic speed controller for brushless and brushed engines. The TT-02 chassis has all-wheel drive and independent suspension.

- Beginners friendly TT-02 chassis
- extremely sturdy
- encapsulated 4WD all-wheel drive
- true to original, transparent Audi quattro A2 polycarbonate body incl. add-on parts (mirror, rear spoiler)
- metal-coated lamp inserts at front and rear light inserts in the main headlamps can be illuminated (LEDs not included), auxiliary headlamps at front cannot be illuminated as standard
- powerful 540 electric motor "Torque Tuned
- Independent wheel suspension front and rear
- 5-spoke rim with radial slick tyres
- electronic brushless/brushed speed controller
- many tuning parts optionally available

Technical data

Engine Type : Electric
Drivetrain : 4WD
Scale : 1:10
Chassis : TT-02
Length (mm) : 458
Width (mm) : 187
Rec. Engine : included
Version : KIT
Brand of car : Audi
Driving experience : Beginners
Building Skill : Beginners

Box Contents

- Kit model with detailed illustrated assembly instructions
- Electronic brushless/brushed speed controller TBLE-02S
- 540 torque tuned electric motor
- polycarbonate body
- Description of the

The firm Tamiya is specialized in high quality RC-vehicles (cars, trucks and buggies) and one of the leading manufacturer in this genre. This japanese company is based in Shizuoka and produces detailed reproductions of coveted vehicles since 1976. "Tamiya Fighter-Cup" is the name of the annual racing series. Since 1990 the final of Germany takes place in Sonneberg.


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