Confirmed Developments for 2024
The coming year is set to be another outstanding one, with an exceptionally fine selection of models lined up for development and launch in 2024.
Here we share details of the models scheduled for release in the next year and unveil some important projects we’ve been secretly developing for the last few months. With so much going on with an increasing number of significant partners, plus plenty of projects we cannot yet reveal, it’s a substantial and exciting launch plan!
Maserati 250F (1:8)
Our fully detailed model of Juan Manual Fangio’s Maserati 250F from the 1957 German Grand Prix is in the latter stages of development. We expect to have the prototype model approved during the first quarter of the year and, with the initial batch entirely sold, first available models to follow from April.
Aston Martin DB5 (1:18)
We're delighted to reveal that our prototype model has received approval from the engineers and historians at Aston Martin and we are looking to launch this model imminently. We advise registering your interest to be the first to know.
Bugatti Type 59 (1:18)
Positive strides have been made in our journey to our prototype of the Type 59 at 1:18 scale as faithfully detailed as possible. Our intent is to have the prototype approved in the coming weeks, with the first batch of completed models anticipated in Q2.
Jaguar D-type (1:18)
A new project for 2024, we can reveal that we will soon be building Mike Hawthorn and Ivor Bueb's 1955 Le Mans winning Jaguar D-type at 1:18 scale. The first models are programmed for Q2.
McLaren F1 LM (1:18)
A regular request from our followers, we're happy to reveal that we are now developing the iconic McLaren F1 LM at 1:18 scale. We expect to have the first completed models in Q2 2024.
Bentley Blower (1:18)
With the return of one of our most complex and beautiful creations at 1:8 scale, we're excited to reveal that we are now developing the Bentley Blower at 1:18 scale, as raced by Sir Henry (Tim) Birkin and Jean Chassagne in the 24 Hours of Le Mans at Circuit de la Sarthe on the 21st and 22nd of June 1930. We anticipate this to be a complex project as we strive to create the most faithfully detailed model as possible, and are aiming to have our first batches of models available before the end of 2024.
Lamborghini Revuelto (1:8)
One of our most exciting developments for 2024, the Revuelto signifies a new level of partnership between Amalgam and Lamborghini. Our prototype model is programmed for completion in the latter half of the year, with the following batches of completed edition models anticipated shortly afterwards. We will also be working closely with Lamborghini to provide our famed Tailor-Made Service to owners of the real cars.
Ferrari SF90 XX Stradale (1:8)
We are moving into the latter stages of development, following approval of the first prototype in grey primer. The initial batch of completed models are planned for late Q1 2024.
Ferrari SF90 XX Spider (1:8)
Development of the SF90 XX Spider is progressing well, and we remain on track to introduce the first completed edition models by Q2 2024.
Aston Martin Valkyrie
Representing a significant deepening of the partnership between Amalgam and Aston Martin, we will soon be creating precise replicas of the Aston Martin Valkyrie at 1:8 scale. The pioneering British Hypercar, which takes its name from the Norse mythology, is a pure expression of modern technology and has been co-developed alongside Red Bull Advanced Technologies. Whilst the specifics are yet to be finalised, we anticipate the first models being available before the end of 2024. We will also be working closely with Aston Martin to provide our famed Tailor-Made Service to owners of the real cars.
McLaren 750S Coupe (1:8)
We can now reveal that we are also developing McLaren's next-level supercar, the 750S in its coupe form. The first completed batches of models are planned for Q2 2024.
McLaren 750S Spider (1:8)
Alongside the coupe, we are also developing the Spider variant of McLaren's most recent addition to the supercar range. Models are programmed for Q2 2024.
Ferrari Roma Spider
Development on our 1:8 scale model of the convertible counterpart to the Roma coupé, the Roma Spider, is well under way. We anticipate the first models to be completed in 2024.
Ferrari 499P (1:8 & 1:18)
One of our most anticipated models of 2024, our 1:8 scale recreation of Ferrari's historic Le Mans Hypercar is nearing the end of its development. We can give you a quick glimpse of the pre-approval model, and expect to share a deeper dive with you very soon. The level of demand for our 1:8 scale is so strong that our first seventeen batches have all pre-sold and new customers will need to wait at least six months to receive their model. We recommend speaking to our sales team to secure your model.
Development of the 1:18 scale model is also progressing well, and we anticipate the prototype model to be submitted for approval in February, with the first edition models programmed for April.
Ferrari 296 Challenge (1:8)
The very first Ferrari in the single-make Challenge series to sport a V6 engine, the Ferrari 296 Challenge is a new 1:8 scale development for our artisans in the year to come. The prototype is scheduled for completion in the latter stages of 2024, with models to follow shortly afterwards. Drivers, teams and sponsors of Ferrari GT3 cars, please contact our sales team to open discussions about a bespoke, tailor-made build representing every unique detail of your car.
Our deep partnership with Ferrari will of course continue into 2024 and, whilst the details of the Formula 1 car are indeed confidential, we will again be developing a full collection of models for Ferrari's 2024 competitor.
Oracle Red Bull Racing
Our continued collaboration with Oracle Red Bull Racing will also continue, with the team's 2024 car the subject of a model at 1:8 scale. Discussions about the viability of further models in the collection are still ongoing.
McLaren Formula 1
We can now reveal that we are now developing models of McLaren Racing's 2023 competitor, the MCL60, in three special limited editions. The MCL60, in the hands of Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri, earned nine podiums and a sprint victory in Qatar, helping McLaren achieve fourth in the Constructors' Championship. These special editions will be limited to just five models each, and will represent the car as raced in Hungary in its 2023 livery, at Silverstone in its 60th Anniversary-inspired Chrome livery, and in Monaco, in the team's special Triple Crown livery.
Fine Art Editions
Ford GT40 - Art Screen Print
We will soon have availability of our fine Art Screen Print Edition of one of the most iconic racing cars of all time, the Ford GT40. The car's side view has been captured by artist and photographer Alan Thornton in spectacular colour and detail on Somerset Radiant 410 gsm archive paper, made in Somerset, England. Limited to 200 copies, Alan’s highly disciplined and precise work is exhibited in a print measuring 1.0 metre (39 inches) wide by 0.7 metres (27 inches) tall.
Development of our 1:16 scale model of the de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito is now complete, with the first model completed before the end of year. Four of this edition of ten replicas representing the "Wooden Wonder" are already sold. Contact our sales team to reserve your model.
Development of our B-17 bomber is progressing well, following the conclusion of the detailed research phase. Limited to an edition of just ten pieces, three models of the iconic American WWII bomber have already been sold. We anticipate the first model to be completed in Q2 2024.