The Daihatsu Kopen (Future Included) RMZ (Japanese: ダイハツ コペン RMZ, Daihatsu Kopen Aruemuzetto), also known as Daihatsu Copen RMZ, is a Racing Mini 4WD car released by Tamiya in March 1, 2014. it was the standalone, regular version of the Tokyo Motorshow-exclusive Daihatsu Kopen RMZ and XMZ set and was released alongside the standalone Daihatsu Kopen XMZ.
It was based on the Concept K car of the same name by Daihatsu.
The RMZ featuring the two-seater convertible body design that was based on the first-generation Copen. It has the triangular headlamps, the curve vertical sub-headlamp and the horizontal rear lamps. It has the large nose tip air intakes on the front.
Unlike the limited set, the standalone RMZ has the pearl white bodyshell.
The RMZ comes equipped with the metalic gray small-diameter 5-spoke Saber-type low-profile wheels, paired with the black low-profile slick tires. The chassis frame and A parts were molded in black.
About the real-life car the Mini 4WD is based on
The Daihatsu Kopen RMZ concept car, alongside with its sister-car XMZ, were unveiled during the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show.
Its mass-production model, the Daihatsu Copen Robe, went into production on June 2014.
Length: 145 mm
Width: 92 mm
Height: 49 mm
Chassis: VS Chassis
Gear Set(s): 4:1