Review : Tarmac Works 1/64 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X

Finally ! After being delayed several times the Evo X by Tarmac Works is finally here. Our patience is rewarded with astounding models.

We’ve already been stunned by the Final Concept Evo X a few months ago but somehow Tarmac managed to top that ! The new liveries are incredibly well done and that Octane Blue is beautiful.

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X Final Edition – Octane Blue (purchase on

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X Rally Car – #4 Advan JRC Tour de Kyushu 2008 (purchase on

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X Touring Car – Tuned by JUN (purchase on

Once again the details and finish on those cars are incomparable. They look great on pictures but rest assured that they look even better in hands.

It is worth mentioning that the cars fit nicely on their base once unscrewed (as long as you don’t shake them too much of course). It makes it possible to keep them displayed on the base while allowing for manipulation from time to time.

The cases stack up perfectly and retain enough room around the cars to not obstruct the view.

Truly wonderful releases for every Evo X enthusiats, and if like us you can’t get enough more versions are coming ! Final Edition in Rally Red, Ralliart Edition in black and red, 311RS Edition, Pikes Peak Safety Car and Gulf livery.

Products provided by Tarmac Works for review.


News : Tomytec 1/64 releases from October to December 2017

Here is a little recap of what Tomytec is cooking.

October 2017


LV-N35d Honda Ballade CR-X F-1 Edition / LV-N35e Honda Ballade CR-X

LV-N148c/d Nissan GT-R 2017

LV-N156a/b Toyota Cresta GX71

November 2017


Safari 5000 #01 Datsun Bluebird

Ogikubo Damashii #05 Nissan Skyline 2000


LV-N157a/b Nissan Laurel 2000GL-6

LV-N139c Isuzu Erga Shinki Bus

December 2017


LV-169a/b Mazda Cosmo Sport


LV-N159a/b Nissan Laurel SGL-E

LV-N161a/b Datsun 200SX Custom Roadster