The Dancing Divine Doll (Japanese: ダンシングディバインドール, Danshingu Dibain Dōru), also known as DDD (Japanese: DDD, Danshingu Dibain Dōru) in the manga, is a Mini 4WD PRO car released by Tamiya on December 8, 2018.
It was featured in the manga Hyper Dash! Yonkuro as Rinko Sumeragi's machine.
General info[edit | edit source]
As with other Hyper Dash Machines, the Dancing Divine Doll features the modernized and sharper design based on the original Dancing Doll.
The side, stylized vertical fins were protruded from the front nose, with small head lamps on them. Taking the design clues from both Rise-Emperor and Shooting Proud Star, the top fan and the horizon fins on the rear were now a merged, separate piece from the main bodyshell, and incorporating the intake on the front of it. The canopy is now much tinner compare to the Dancing Doll.
The stylized '5' mark and the CoroCoro Dragon decals can be found on the bodyshell. It was mainly in red, with violet, yellow and deep brown stripes mixed onto it.
It was equipped with the white, large-diameter 4-spoke MS-type II wheels paired with the black Avante-type slick tires. The chassis frame and the A parts were molded in olive grey and violet respectively.
In the manga[edit | edit source]
This section of the article may contains details concerning the progression of the plot. If you do not want it to be spoiled for you, skip this section!
In Hyper Dash! Yonkuro, Kaidanji Sumeragi shows the Hyper Dash machines to the Dash Warriors members, however, he thinks it's not the time to give them to his team, much to Yonkuro and everyone's surprise.
It was only after Dash Warriors passed the first course in a race against the Dark Dominion in Shinkuro's house (which was taken over by Dark Dominion, much to Shinkuro's dismay), Rinko finally got the new machine along with other remain members. Rinko first used the machine against Hell Crow and her Dancing Bloom Doll.
During the race against Hell Crow's Dancing Bloom Doll, it was revealed that the bodyshell of Dancing Divine Doll is made of softer elastomer rubber (the very same material that was used for making stock Mini 4WD tires) and thus allowing the car to absorbs any impacts.
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- Interestingly, the Dancing Divine Doll shares the initials with Dash-05 Dame the Dancing Doll, another Mini 4WD car that Rinko owns in Shin Dash! Yonkuro.
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Rinko Sumeragi's machines[edit | edit source]
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Tamiya Japan[edit | edit source]
- Dancing Divine Doll at Tamiya Japan
Tamiya America[edit | edit source]
- Dancing Divine Doll at Tamiya America