The Mazda car was born and reborn in Hiroshima, Japan. The brand's DNA is defined by the three elements of driving pleasure, lightweight design and rotary engine, creating an impressive challenger spirit.
In the course of this century, there was once a car that perfectly presented the connotation given by the core of the brand, and that was the Mazda RX-7. It is also one of the most outstanding sports cars in Japan. It has already become the symbol of JDM and has left a deep mark in the fields of global motorsports and automobile culture.
The newly launched RX-7 won the British Touring Car Championship in 1980 and 1981 in the 1600cc-2300cc category. The title of the 1981 Spa 24 Hours Endurance Race also demonstrated the durability of this car. The RX-7 has more than 100 IMSA victories in the United States and set an unprecedented record. In addition to being alone in the 2300cc category, it also hosted the Daytona 24 Hours Endurance Championship for 12 consecutive years from 1982 to 1993. Not only did it perform well in Europe and the American continent, the RX-7 also won the Australian Endurance Championship for three consecutive years between 1982 and 1984, and won the championship for four consecutive years in the classic Bathurst 12-hour endurance event from 1992 to 1995. .
Looking back from 1978 to 2002, a total of 811,634 RX-7s were produced, which is by far the largest number of all rotary engine models. The heavily modified successive generations of models have set a speed record in the Bonneville Salt Flats in the United States, and each generation is a world record in the same class.
Product Name: 1:64 Mazda RX-7 Dream Collection Black painting
Product ratio: 1/64
Product weight: 1kg
Product material: zinc alloy/ABS engineering plastics
Product packaging: translucent color box
Model size: about 7cm in length; about 3cm in width; about 2cm in height
Product function: alloy body/body enclosed/fine workmanship/collection and play
*Note: This model is a static model, not a toy car, not suitable for children under 14 years old