About the car
This car was built by Japanese automobile manufacturer, Mazda as part of the Second generation (FC3S). There was 272,027 Rx-7 FC3S’s produced from 1985 through to 1992 with two versions of the car formed in that time. This 2-door coupe was designed by automobile lead designer, Akio Uchiyama.
This car is fitted with a 13B-T Twin-rotor rotary engine at the mid/front of the vehicle with a displacement of 1300cc and has 350 bhp. It is equipped with either a 5-speed manual, or a 4-speed automatic transmission and uses a rear-wheel drive system.
This RX-7 is famous for being one of the main vehicles in Japanese street racing series, Initial D. It is driven by character, Keisuke Takahashi during the series. This car is later upgraded in the series to a 450 bhp and increased manoeuvrability thanks to exterior upgrades. This model comes with the Keisuke Takahashi figure.
About the Brand
Mazda Motor Corporation is a Japanese multinational automobile manufacturer based in Hiroshima, Japan. It was founded in 1920, by Japanese industrialist and businessman, Jujiro Matsuda. Mazda’s highest market share in in North America. Mazda focus on creating a strong, emotional connection with their customer in all aspects of the transaction in order to create a stronger brand image and loyalty.
About the Manufacturer
Kyosho is a Japanese and, international selling brand specialising in the manufacturing of model cars, planes, helicopters, and boats. Kyosho was founded in 1963 by Hisashi Suzuki. They created its first trademark radio-controlled car in 1970 with the production of die-cast models beginning in 1992. They have built a positively reputable brand with products consumer know are likely to exceed expectation.