|Series||Racing Mini 4WD|
|Chassis(s)|| Type-3 Chassis|
VS Chassis (21st Century Edition)
|In fictional media|
|First Appearance||Mini 4 Top|
The Winning Bird (ウイニングバード) is a Mini 4WD car released by Tamiya. It comes with a choice of larger rollers in addition to the standard, small rollers. It is the second Mini 4WD car from the Dream Attack project started by Tamiya.
Unlike its predecessor, the Winning Bird has a more blocky body design and is dominated by silver with blue highlights and black and red trims. It also lost the rear wings, harboring a pair of fins in its place which compensates for the lack of a spoiler.
The low-height, flat design was inspired by Formula 1 car body designs as well as a jet fighter's sharp design.
Unlike the Rising Bird, the Winning Bird's chassis is now molded in black.
While the boxart depicts the Winning Bird equipped with the standard rollers, the actual assembled mini car can be equipped with the larger rollers as seen in the manga, depending on user's preferrence.
In 2015, Tamiya released the 21st Century Edition of the Winning Bird which comes with several different color schemes and an updated chassis (VS Chassis). It was also a limited prize model.
In the manga
5 of the 6 Shogaku Year serializations of the Mini 4 Top has Toppu replacing the Rising Bird with the Winning Bird though in the Top 6 version, he owns the Winning Bird right from the beginning).
Length: 127 mm
Width: 92 mm (With large rollers)
Height: 45 mm
Chassis: Type-3 Chassis, VS Chassis (21st Century Edition)
Gear set(s): 5:1 and 6.4:1 (Original), 4:1 (21st Century Edtion)
Rising Bird - Winning Bird's predecessor, also the first Mini 4WD in the Dream Attack project.