Sean Wotherspoon x adidas x Hot Wheels Collection, Featuring Deora II Vehicle

Fans of Sean Wotherspoon, adidas, and Hot Wheels collectors will be delighted to know that the Los Angeles-based designer best known for his prolific sneaker designs has teamed up with adidas Originals and die-cast toy car maker Hot Wheels to realize a new Sean Wotherspoon x adidas x Hot Wheels collection.

Hot Wheels x DeLorean DMC-12 & Alpha5 Collector Set Will Stop Selling On 9/1

We do not want to question if the new electric DeLorean, the Alpha5, will be as iconic as the DMC-12. It will probably not. The DMC-12 is a legend now because it was an expensive failure that somehow became one of the icons of the 80s. I guess you could attribute the latter to Back …

Tomica Evangelion Racing EVA RT Unit 1 Z34 Die-cast Toy Car

The Tomica Nissan Z34 in EVA RT Unit 1 is now joined by, you guessed it, EVA Unit 2. This is the third collaboration product between EVA Racing and Tomy’s popular die-cast toy car line, Tomica, following the Tomica EVA RT Unit 1 Z34 and the Tomica EVA RT Unit 1 GR Supra introduced in …

Hot Wheels’ Latest RLC Exclusive Is The R34 Nissan Skyline GT-R

Attention fans of JDM (Japanese domestic market) automobiles. Hot Wheels’ next RLC (Red Line Club) exclusive is the holy grail of JDM, the R32 Nissan Skyline GT-R. To JDM aficionados, this car is of significance. It is the last model to bear the Skyline namesake and the last of the GT-R to be powered by …

Playmobil Mercedes-Benz 300 SL & Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7: Two Classics As Highly Playable Toys

Still on Playmobil… if the fictional car isn’t your cuppa, then perhaps you may be interested in a couple of classic cars that have made their mark in the history of automobiles. Folks, meet the Playmobil Mercedes-Benz 300 SL (70922) and Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 (70923).

Knight Rider’s K.I.T.T. Joins Playmobil Growing List Of Iconic Cars From The 80s Series

This is it. Playmobil has become the unofficial go-to toy brand for affordable toys of 80s iconic vehicles. The latest to join 80s iconic vehicles from the A-Team, Ghostbusters, Scooby-Doo, and Back to the Future is K.I.T.T. – straight out from the classic 80s series, Knight Rider.