-Late model appears in the world-famous FD3S
-Reproduce the F bumper and spoiler with different designs
-Collectible book type PKG in the era of Japanese cars
The third-generation RX-7 and FD3S, which were born in the fall of 1991, not only evolved significantly from their predecessors, but also attracted attention from around the world with their 255-horsepower 13B-REW rotary engine, outstanding handling, and beautiful styling. rice field. Minor changes were repeated until production ended in 2002, but the most significant change was the January 1999 change. In addition to reaching 280 horsepower, which was the upper limit of Japanese cars at the time, it has undergone a remarkable evolution as a sports car, such as a new shape front bumper and rear wing, and changes in suspension settings.
TLV-NEO will commercialize the so-called type 5 since 1999 and the final type 6 this time. The FD3S type has been commercialized in 2018 from type 1 to type 4 at the beginning of its debut, but this time type 5 and type 6 with different bumper shapes are manufactured with new molds.
In "The Age of Japanese Cars", the final limited edition SPIRIT R Type A sold in 2002 will be reproduced. This is a collectible and popular book type package.
Twenty years after its production ended in August 2002, the FD3S still shines as one of Japan's leading sports cars.
* Side mirrors are user-installed parts.