|Series||Wild Mini 4WD|
|Release Date||November 24, 1992|
It was based on the second-generation Toyota 4Runner/Hilux Surf SUV.
General info Edit
The 4Runner features the red-colored, 5-door wagon compact SUV design, with the metallic gray-colored body kit surrounding it. It has yellow strips on the sides, with the word 'Surf' below it.
It was equipped with the standard wild-type wheels with monster truck tires.
About the real-life vehicle the Mini 4WD car is based on Edit
The second-generation N120/N130 models were introduced in 1989 for the 1990 model year. It supersedes the first-generation N60 models. It is available in 2-door and 4-door body designs and has 2WD and 4WD variants.
Depends on the markets, the SUV is powered by either the Y-series engines (2.0 liter 3Y straight-4 and 2.2 liter 4Y straight-4), the 2.4 liter 22R-E straight-4 engine, the 3.0 liter 3VZ-E V6 engine, the 2.0 liter 2L series straight-4 turbo-diesel engines, the 2.8 liter 3L straight-4 diesel engine and the 3.0 liter 1KZ-T/TE straight-4 turbo-diesel engine, which were mated to either 5-speed manual gearbox or the 4-speed A340H automatic gearbox.
It was later replaced by the third-generation N180 model in 1995.
Technical info Edit
Size: Extra Large
Size: Extra Large
See also Edit
Toyota cars Edit
- Toyota Hilux 4x4
- Toyota Land Cruiser (Team ACP)
- Toyota Hilux Monster Racer Jr.
- Toyota Rav4
- Toyota Hilux Surf SSR-G
- Toyota Ipsum L-Selection EX
- Toyota Land Cruiser Prado RZ
- Toyota Land Cruiser 100 Wagon
- ZENT Tom's Supra
- Toyota Gazoo Racing TS050 Hybrid
- Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT/Yaris WRC
- Toyota GR Supra
- Toyota GR Yaris
Tamiya Japan Edit
- Toyota 4Runner at Tamiya Japan
Tamiya America Edit
- Toyota 4Runner at Tamiya America