Audi Thinks Small with Scale Model Quattros

Car enthusiasts wishing to perform Stig Blomqvist impressions on these snowy days might appreciate this beautifully detailed 1:43 scale model of the Eighties original in its road-going form.

The 1:43 scale model Audi Quattro is made from high quality die-cast aluminium and retains every detail of the original’s styling, from the four rings livery on the doors to the ‘Quattro’ tags on the rear passenger windows.

Ideal as a last-minute stocking filler, the model costs less than 1/43 the price of an original. It’s yours for a mere £26.99.

Younger Quattro fans – spurred on by their Quattro-loving fathers – can avail themselves of a ride-on Quattro, available in a sporty red or executive silver finish. This £65.49 toy features a working horn, a ‘factory-fit’ trailer hitch and low-noise tyres as standard. Then there’s the optional Quattro trailer, ideal for the aforementioned hitch. The trailer, at £36.99, offers the capacity for that all-important luggage (teddy bear space, for example). Both ride-on and trailer are in sturdy moulded plastic, designed to be stylish, durable and easy to clean.

These desirable Quattros are available to order now, from the Audi Merchandise online shop at http://merchandise.audi.co.uk


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