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TAMIYA Sports Car Series No.236

About the Peugeot 206 WRC 2001
The Peugeot 206 was the remarkable car that clinched the World Rally Championship double title in the year 2000.
The Peugeot 206 took the Constructors' Title again in 2001. Only 4 meters long, this compact machine brought both performance and beauty to the rugged WRC scene. The machine used for the 2001 World Rally Championships featured only minor modifications of the previous year's 206, and kept the same horizontally installed 2-liter 4-cylinder turbo engine with longitudinally installed gear box. Although Peugeot lost the 2001 Drivers' Championship to Richard Burns of Subaru, Peugeot made its final statement of excellence when the WRC 2000 Champion driver Marcus Gronholm and Peugeot teammate H. Rovanpera took a first and second place finish in the final event, the Rally of Great Britain.

Model Specifications
  • Scale: 1/24, overall length: 168mm, overall width: 75.4mm.
  • Model boasts detailed recreation of two-level rear-wing and rally suspension.
  • Form of the roll-cage and rally equipped Peugeot 260 reproduced with utmost authenticity.
  • Horizontally installed engine and longitudinally installed gearbox are recreated in full detail and can be viewed after model assembly.
  • Driver and co-driver figures included.
  • From the stylish curves of the body to the accurately rendered undersurface, Tamiya's 1/24 scale Peugeot 206 WRC is sure to provide an enjoyable modeling experience.