- 1:18 Scale (approxmiately ten inches in length)
- ABS body, features
- Rubber tires, poseable steering
Considered by many to be the greatest rally driver of all time, Walter Rohrl rode into battle in the 1986 World Rally Championship in the Audi Sport Quattro S1 E2, an evolution of the car that launched the all-wheel-drive revolution in rallying. Though outgunned by more advanced machinery from Lancia and Peugeot, Rohrl used his prodigious skill to claim 4th place in the 1986 Monte Carlo Rally alongside longtime navigator Christian Geistdorfer. AUTOart's exquisite new 1:18-scale replica of Rohrl's Sport Quattro is a masterpiece of fine detail. The racing cockpit is a wonder of accuracy, featuring a fully realized array of switchgear and safety equipment. Of further note are the car's accurate engine compartment, tarmac wheel-and-tire combination, and wild aerodynamic aids. For fans of the Group B era in World Rally competition, AUTOart's new Sport Quattro is a must-have model car.