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Monday, 25 November 2013 20:24

If you were not aware, there is a little movie coming out starring Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul, that's based on a hugely successful and popular video game called "Need For Speed". We are super stoked and excited to be working with Dreamworks on this project to be able to bring you a couple of the other stars from the movie, the cars! Check out the awesome new trailer and see for yourself why we are excited.

Below you will see the custom Ford Mustang that we will be reproducing in 1:24 scale.

Here is one of the first shots of our tooling model for the custom Ford Mustang.

Another awesome car from the movie will be the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento which we will also be producing in 1:24 scale.

13 more days! PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 22 November 2013 18:02

Maisto Tech "Twist N Shoot" Radio Control featured on Mom Trends Holiday Gift Guide for Dads! PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 21 November 2013 18:22

We are excited to hear our Maisto Tech "Twist N Shoot" was featured on Momtrends Holiday Gift Guide for Dads! Toted as one of The Hottest New Toys This Year! Check out the awesome gift guide for the Dads in your life!


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Thursday, 21 November 2013 17:10

Ford to reveal all-new 2015 Mustang on December 5th! PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 20 November 2013 23:44

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co will unveil its next-generation 2015 Mustang on December 5, in the first complete overhaul of the car since 2005, the U.S. automaker said on Tuesday.

The new Mustang, which marks its 50th anniversary next spring, gets a more modern design, a more nimble chassis and more efficient engines and transmissions, all intended to broaden the car's appeal beyond its core American audience. The 2015 model is slated to go on sale next summer.

"We had a big decision to make about the execution of the vehicle, but most of all we had a chance to globalize this iconic vehicle," Ford global marketing chief Jim Farley told reporters at an event held in conjunction with the Los Angeles Auto Show.

The company first announced the timing of the preview in a description of a video posted on its Ford Mustang YouTube channel. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pme49ufOEP0)

To help broaden the Mustang's appeal globally, Ford will introduce the new design simultaneously at its headquarters in Dearborn, Michigan, New York, Los Angeles, Barcelona, Shanghai and Sydney.

Toward that end, Ford is spending hundreds of millions of dollars on the redesign of the vehicle from the ground up, sources previously said.

"It's an interesting time for us to launch Mustang and we want to be relevant to the part of the U.S. customer base and global customer base that hasn't thought of Ford first," Farley said.

In the 15 days leading up to the debut, Ford is teaming up with Facebook and Instagram to showcase the car by having fans share photographic stories every day, including 15-second videos by select users, about the car using the hashtag #MustangInspires. Farley called social media the new platform for the company to get its brand message to consumers.

In addition, the No. 2 U.S. automaker is using Instagram to release the first image of the car to give fans a look at what to expect next month, and partnering with Dreamworks to allow the use of the Mustang in the movie, "Need for Speed," due out in March 2014.

The original Mustang was introduced at the New York World's Fair on April 17, 1964, to national fanfare. It was featured on the covers of Time and Newsweek magazine, helping to cement the reputation of Ford's then-sales boss, Lee Iacocca, and was purchased by more than half a million customers in 1965, its first full year on the market.

When it was last redesigned eight years ago, the Mustang took a step backward in time, with a retro design that has attracted fewer and fewer buyers. Sales last year totaled just 82,995 and were down another 8 percent through October.

The automaker has developed a new rear-wheel-drive platform for the 2015 Mustang, which will ride on the same 107-inch wheelbase as its predecessor but is expected to shed several hundred pounds.

Ford is revamping the car's suspension, steering and brakes, and upgrading engines and transmissions, with a new EcoBoost turbocharged four-cylinder engine to be offered as an option.

The exterior sheet metal and the cabin have been completely redesigned to give it a more modern look and feel, but the 2015 Mustang will have styling cues inspired by past Mustangs, the sources said.

Last Updated on Thursday, 21 November 2013 17:17
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