Audi, which introduced 4WD to the World Rally Championship for the first time and opened its history, sent out the WRC for the 1984 season and the Sports Quattro S1 to the World Rally Championship.
It is a machine developed from Quattro, which entered the WRC's first 4WD machine in 1981, in accordance with Group B regulations from 1984, and it is a major feature that the wheelbase is shortened by 300 mm or more and the overall body length is shortened. did.
The engine is equipped with a turbocharger on a 2133cc in-line 5-cylinder engine.
Debuted in WRC Round 5 in 1984.
He continued to play an active role until 1986, and won the 3rd place at the Olympus Rally held in the United States in December 1986.
Audi's sports quattro S1 rally specification reproduced on 1/24 scale
Completely reproduce the characteristic body style that adopted the short wheelbase with a new mold
Body and wheels are reproduced with a new mold
Mechanical finish on the underside of the chassis
Realistic modeling of the interior such as the roll bar
Reproduce the marking with a large decal
Package size: Approx. 325 x 67 x 215 mm