Thanks to lordiecasts, I now have names of new Tomica for both the basic and Premium lines for 2019. And they’re a doozy.

Image: from Car & Driver

January starts off in a supercharged manner, with the all-new-in-1:64 C7 Corvette ZR1 forming part of a 2-car lineup for basic that comes with a Toyota food truck based on curry house CoCo Ichibanya.

Image: from AutoART’s website

Premium, meanwhile, will have a Toyota Celica 2000 GT-Four, and what might be a DevilZ-based S30 Fairlady Z. This is an intriguing development indeed.

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Image: from Lamborghini’s official website

February is equally eye-watering. Besides an Isuzu camper home (something I’m curious about), the real, actual Lamborghini Urus is hitting coming to boxes. I know, right? Tomica becomes the first diecast brand to make the production Urus in 1:64.

March, then, becomes the downtime year, with a motorcycle, van and fire car/truck forming part of the lineup. April, however, is a good set.

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Image: Motoring Research

A new Subaru Forester and the NEW SUZUKI JIMNY GUYS will be getting in on Tomica in the summer. ALSO IT’S A FREAKIN’ JIMNY FOR REAL YES WOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!

Image: from the duPont Registry

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Image: from Nissan’s Global website

Not to be outdone is the Premium line, which will see the Nissan S13 Silvia and Lamborghini Diablo SV together. I’m not sure if it’s the K or Q type, as lordiecasts didn’t mention anything.

We don’t know anything much for May, save for a Toyota bus, but the No. 115 model, marked as hidden, could only mean two things: another Ferrari (488 Pista? 812? GTC4? Portofino? FXX-K?!) or a Porsche (918? 919? GT2RS? GT3?), or a McLaren (Senna? 600LT?), or a Lamborghini (Aventador SVJ?) or basically anything, really. We don’t know. But I am chipping at the nip trying to find out.

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Finally, we close off with Tomica 4D, the new Tomica that comes with sound when you press on the model. Spearheading the new entries are the Lamborghini Huracan Performante (whoa!) and a Garmin-tuned Toyota 86.

There’s a lot to wait for Tomica next year, so in any case, prepare your wallets.