MITICA-DIECAST - FIAT - CROMA 2.0 TURBO IE 1988

Scale: 1/18
Carmodel code: CAR143146
Manufacturer code: 201004-D
Colour: GREEN MET CEYLON 359
Material: die-cast
Year: 1988
EAN: 9780222010049
Notes: LIMITED 504 ITEMS - DIE-CAST WITH 2 OPENING DOORS, SUSPENSION AND STEERING WHEELS - CARMODEL EXCLUSIVE

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The Fiat Croma derived from the Tipo 4 project, from which the Lancia Thema, Saab 9000 and Alfa Romeo 164 also emerged. The car, Fiat's flagship, was presented in December 1985. With the Croma, for the first time Fiat adopted the "everything" solution forward” on a higher class car. The line was pleasant and the aerodynamic Cx was also very low. The choice of engines was wide right from the market launch. At the top were the versions with a 1995cc twin-cam electronic injection engine, one aspirated, the other turbo. Diesel versions were also available, including the 2.4 turbodiesel, to which the 1.9 supercharged with intercooler was later added. In March 1989, the Croma was updated with some aesthetic and technical interventions. The driving position was significantly improved and there was an increase in power on some engines. The first series Croma continued until 1991, when the second series was introduced, which remained in production until 1996, with a restyling in 1993.

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Mitica is a brand distributed exclusively by Carmodel, which includes 1:18 scale models. The range is divided into two large subgroups: resin models and diecast models. The latter have opening doors, working suspension and steering wheels. The historical research behind these models is very thorough.