OttOmobile January/February 2022 Footprint •

OttOmobile January/February 2022 Footprint

A massive collection of 1:18 scale models is heading for sale in early 2022, OttOmobile has released their latest new listing, with a total of ten models.  If not all great news, seems there is a price increase across the board for 2022 10 Euro for street and race examples.  Starting at 69 Euros the price is still competitive.  And as mentioned last month, OttOm mobile will introduce a budget 1:18 Alfa Romeo Giulia GTAM in Rosso GTA.  Just gorgeous!


OT898 – Nissan Patrol GR, Graphite Grey
OT921 – Opel Manta B 400, White
OT393 – Peugeot 106 Maxi Dimma, White
OT926 – Renault Clio 4 RS Trophy 220 EDC, Red
OT391 – Subaru Impreza WRX STI Night Lights


OT402 – Alfa Romeo Giulia GTAM, Rosso GTA
OT378 – Honda Civic Type R EP3, Championship White
OT927 – Mercedes-Benz W201 190E 2.5 16S, Smoke Silver Metallic
OT396 – Peugeot 404 Pick Up, Beige
OT389 – Renault Clio 2 Super 1600

About the Alfa Romeo Giulia GTAM…  “In March 2020 Alfa Romeo unveils a GTAm (Gran Turismo Alleggerita modificata) version of its Giulia. The idea is to celebrate the brand’s 100th anniversary with an attractive and limited sports model. The GTAm is produced in a limited edition of only 500 units in a range of colours and liveries that refer to the brand’s sporting past. The GTAm is track-oriented and weighs 100kg less than the Quadrifoglio. It develops 540hp and offers a very racing look reinforced by the presence of a spoiler.”

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3 Responses to "OttOmobile January/February 2022 Footprint"

  1. SamtheCat says:

    Price increase, and in return we get no carbon fiber on the exterior of the Alfa Romeo, nor the rollcage, and for what I’ve heard no seatbels either. Awesome.

  2. Huch says:

    People are going to bitch no matter what. I would rather pay a third or even half for a car that looks incredible on the outside because I’m not starring into the inside trying to figure out why there aren’t any seatbelts. It’s a display model-not a daily driver.

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