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Hot Wheels Elite Newsletter n.4/2014

Newsletter n° 4/2014  

Dear Collector,

Hot Wheels EliteTM is pleased to share the latest news with you!

BACK TO THE FUTURE TIME MACHINE with Mr. Fusion in 1:18th scale
Coming August 2014


The iconic Back to the Future Time Machine is the centerpiece of the Back to the Future movie trilogy, which follows the adventures of teenager Marty McFly as he is blasted to both the past and the future in the time machine created by the eccentric Doc Brown. Considered one of the most successful film trilogies in movie history, the films changed the future of the adventure movie genre.

First released in 1985, Back to the Future – and its Time Machine – became an international phenomenon.

Our amazing 1:18th scale model of this timeless vehicle celebrate its appearances in Back to the Future and Back to the Future Part II, complete with Mr. Fusion. This intricately-designed Hot Wheels Elite™ reproduction comes also with an in-scale Mattel Hoverboard as seen in Back to the Future Part II.

Relive great memories of the past with this perfect replica created by Hot Wheels EliteTM! Learn more.


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FERRARI 312 T2 - NIKI LAUDA - MONACO GP (1:18th scale)
Sneak peek at development stage


The Ferrari 312 T2 was a Formula 1 car built in 1976 to take part at the F1 World Championship. It was an evolution of the Ferrari 312 T used in the previous two years, but featured a large number of aerodynamic modifications over it.

The 312 T2 was powered by the powerful ultra-reliable flat-12 engine and had a transverse-mounted gearbox (the T in the name stood for "transverse and delivered great handling characteristics, which had been the downfall of the 312 T.

Hot Wheels EliteTM is now developing the 1:18 scale replica of this legendary piece of Formula 1 history as it appeared at the 1976 Monaco GP, won by Niki Lauda.
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