AUTOart Production Bugatti Chiron & Ford Mustang •

AUTOart Production Bugatti Chiron & Ford Mustang

AUTOart unveiled today more colours from soon to be on shelf replicas.  The feature finds the highly anticipated Bugatti Chiron 2017 in French Racing Blue/Atlantic Blue.  Our personal favourite of all seven colours to be released.  There is also a look at the exterior colour Argent Silver/Atlantic Blue.  Not to be outshined, American muscle stands strong with the Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang in Lighting Blue w/Black Stripes and Racing Red.  Both Mustangs look mucho dinero!  All pieces here focus on AUTOart’s composite and diecast series.  Are these must-buys, we think so!!!

Product# 70993 / 70992 / 72933 / TBD

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9 Responses to "AUTOart Production Bugatti Chiron & Ford Mustang"

  1. Wildman Bradley says:

    Bout time…iv been waiting for that red gt350 for awhile now. Hell yeah…

  2. Karsten says:

    Finally! Space has long been reserved for the blue Chiron to take its place amongst its peers, the production and the world record edition Veyrons, the type 57 Atllantic and the blue T 35. And I have reserved the pleasure of driving it on TDU until the model is in the cabinet next to the 50″ 4k screen. Lookig forward to taking delivery. I assume, DS will review it?

  3. Tomcatters says:

    Quick question: I really want the blue Chiron as pictured here, but some retailers use pictures with a different set of rims (the ones used on the Silver example here). Is the blue Chiron coming in 2 versions or will it be like Aventador S/Huracan Performante where certain rims are tied to certain colors?


    • DS Team says:

      This is what is scheduled to come. No mention of wheel option:

      Bugatti Chiron 2017, Nocturne Black w/Red Accents
      Bugatti Chiron 2017, Argent Silver/Atlantic Blue
      Bugatti Chiron 2017, French Racing Blue/Atlantic Blue
      Bugatti Chiron 2017, Juane Molsheim Yellow/Nocturne Black
      Bugatti Chiron Sport 2019, Italian Red/Carbon
      Bugatti Chiron Sport 2019, French Racing Blue/Carbon
      Bugatti Chiron Sport 2019, Gris Rafale/Carbon

  4. Stroh says:

    Okay..this is great an all….But where’s the Mclarens 720S??????????

    • Karsten says:

      The Chiron was announced like two years ago. Patience, from announcement to delivery is at least 2 years, sometimes longer! Models are always delivered years after the real car waspresented tothe public, sealed resin first, then accessible models.

      • Tim says:

        Yes, I believe you are not exaggerating, and it’s a shame. That is the most frustrating part about this hobby. And even if they do set a release date, I never see the models until 4-6 months after that date. I have been waiting for the Shelby GT350 in black OR blue since last year……and it makes me sad. “They” say patience is a virtue but how much patience is one supposed to have?

        • Karsten says:

          Look, on the plus side the delay can help to make a more informed buying decision: We knew that the 360-degree-access Mustang was coming, when the sealed GT Spirit was released, so you needn’t buy resin and regret it . We have all the options on the table before buying. I wish I had known the Focus RS was coming before I bought the OTTO version. The GT 350 R is no longer the top of the range and I wish I knew if AA will make the GT 500. I would then not buy the 350 but wait for the 500. In addition, the real car can first prove whether it’s such a legend or milestone and hence worth being collected in scale. My enthusiasm is much greater for models if it has been fueled and given time to grow by coverage on the real car for some time. And if the delay is too long, manufacturers run the risk of my enthusiasm cooling off or the competition making the better model of it. The test of time instead the heat of the moment is not a bad principle for a collection, if ithe hobby is to be more measured pleasure than addictive compulsion.

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