Today I have something a little different that you don't often see. A Motor Max 1:24 VW W12 Nardo in the striking concept orange, another model on loan from the TFritch collection. This 1:24 has fairly good detail but there is some casting flash and panel gaps are so so. The doors and engine compartment do open as well as having working steering. From the wiki:
"In 2001, at the Tokyo Motor Show, Volkswagen Group released their most powerful W12 sports car concept yet, in bright orange (then also known as the W12 Nardò). The engine was rated at producing 591 bhp and 458 ftlbs of torque; it could accelerate from standstill to 100 kilometres per hour (62.1 mph) in about 3.5 seconds, and had a top speed of 357 kilometres per hour (221.8 mph), weighing just 1,200 kilogrmas (2,646 lbs). It was one of the fastest sports car concepts in the world... On 23 February 2002, a Volkswagen W12 coupé took the world record for all speed classes over 24 hours over the Nardo Ring at Lecce, covering a distance of 7,740.576 kilometres (4,809.8 mi) at an average speed of 322.891 kilometres per hour (200.6 mph)".