Tamiya Opel Calibra V6 Cliff (TT-01E)

Tamiya Opel Calibra V6 Cliff (TT-01E)

From Tamiya:
Tamiya welcomes the Opel Calibra V6 Cliff R/C model based on the TT01 Type-E chassis. The Opel Calibra V6 Cliff participated in the 1995 German Touring Car Championship (DTM) series race. Introduced by Joest Racing with driver JJ. Lehto, the car was powered by a 2.5-litre engine V6 engine capable of 420 hp. The distinctive all-black bodywork with the Cliff logo caught people’s attention, and this car showed strength in the DTM.

About the model

  • This is a 1/10 scale R/C model assembly kit. Length: 448 mm, width: 185 mm, height: 128 mm.
  • Wheelbase: 257 mm.
  • The bulky 1990s shape of the Calibra V6 is stylishly captured by a lightweight, rigid polycarbonate (clear) body with separate side mirrors and a rear spoiler.
  • The model uses the shaft-driven TT-01 E-Type 4WD TT-01 chassis, which is based on a durable tub cockpit frame and offers an intuitive, highly controllable drive.
  • It features a 4-wheel double wishbone suspension system, and rear differential gears to produce excellent handling.
  • Silver ABS, concave wheels are matched with slick racing tires.
  • Comes with decals and masking stickers for use on the paint job.


  • Length: 448 mm, width: 185 mm, height: 128 mm, wheelbase: 257 mm.
  • Encapsulated 4WD all-wheel drive
  • prototypical unpainted polycarbonate body
  • Plastic side mirrors and rear spoiler
  • Powerful “Torque-Tuned” 540 electric motor
  • Independent front and rear suspension
  • Electronic speed controller
  • Many optional tuning parts available

Necessary accessories:

  • Remote control with receiver, steering servo, 7.2 V
  • NiMH battery pack, charger, paint for polycarbonate body (TAMIYA-PS)


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Tamiya Opel Calibra V6 Cliff (TT-01E)

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