2021 is already shaping up to be a big year for new Amalgam models. We thought that we share some of our confirmed developments which we expect to fulfil early in the year. Please contact our sales team if you wish to reserve any of these models through the contact form on the relevant model's web page.
Capturing the timeless elegance and distinctive flair and style of 1950s and 60s Rome, the new Roma captures the period’s carefree and pleasurable way of life. Our 1:8 model is available is three colour variants (Rossa Corsa, Grigio Titanio or Bianco Italia) or as a fully bespoke, tailor-made build. Ferrari has now approved the first sample and customer builds will begin in early 2021.
Ferrari 812 GTS
The first V12 Ferrari Spider in 50 years, the 812 GTS is the convertible variant of the 812 Superfast. Like the historic predecessors that influenced its creation, the 812 GTS sets the benchmark in performance and style. It is not only the most powerful production spider on the market, but also the most versatile thanks to its retractable hard top. The 1:8 scale model is available in a Limited Edition of 199, or as a fully bespoke tailor-made build for owners. Customer builds are already underway and we are taking orders.
Formula 1 2022 Concept Sculptures
We are delighted to reveal that we are deep in collaborations with Formula 1 to introduce a new range of sculptures highlighting the new race car concept ahead of the 2021 season. More information will be released soon, with the first batches of sculptures expected to be delivered early next year.
Ferrari F8 Tributo
The latest in a long and noble bloodline of mid-engined V8 berlinettas, the Ferrari F8 Tributo represents the highest expression of the Prancing Horse’s classic two-seaters. The F8 Tributo will soon be available at 1:8 scale in a limited edition, and will also be available to owners as a bespoke, tailor-made build representing every detail of their car.
Ferrari F8 Spider
The replacement for the 488 Spider, the Ferrari F8 Spider is able to unleash its power instantaneously with zero turbo lag, whilst retaining the V8’s unique and very special soundtrack. Inspired by the F8 Tributo berlinetta, the added retractable hard top of the F8 Spider is the new benchmark in “open air” super-sports models, with extremely high performance, great handling and an exhilarating driving experience. The F8 Spider will soon be available at 1:8 scale in a limited edition, and will also be available to owners as a bespoke, tailor-made build representing every detail of their car.
Mercedes W10 - 2019 Monaco GP Winner
This intricately hand-crafted 1:18 scale model of the Mercedes-AMG F1 W10 EQ Power+ is based on Lewis Hamilton’s winning car in the Monaco Grand Prix on 26 May 2019. Hamilton endured a frantic afternoon on race day, securing the 77th win of his career, after a near race-long battle with the Red Bull of Max Verstappen. He struggled to extend the life of medium tyres put on during a Safety Car period caused by a puncture for Ferrari of Charles Leclerc, claiming on the team radio on lap 50 of 78 that his front left tyre was already “dead”, yet produced a piece of magnificent defensive driving to ensure he crossed the finish line in first position. This edition of 1:18 scale models is limited to just 150 pieces and we expect to start delivering models early in 2021.
Ferrari SF90 Spider
Unveiled only 18 months after the SF90 Stradale, the SF90 Spider is Ferrari’s first plug-in hybrid. With the same extreme sports car specification and record-breaking performance as the Stradale, the Hard Top architecture of the Spider brings versatility to the car’s exhilarating driving experience. The Ferrari SF90 Spider will soon be available at 1:8 scale in a limited edition, and will also be available to owners as a bespoke, tailor-made build representing every detail of their car.
Currently in development at both 1:8 and 1:18 scale is one of the most iconic racing cars of all time, the Ford GT40. Born out of motorsport’s most infamous grudge, the GT40 materialised after Henry Ford II failed to secure possession of Enzo Ferrari’s much celebrated company, returning to America empty-handed and declaring his desire to crush Ferrari at Le Mans. The result was a car that fully realised Ford’s expectations.
The SF1000 was named to celebrate the fact that Scuderia Ferrari have taken part in a thousand Grand Prix. Originally due to be at the Belgian Grand Prix, until the Covid-19 pandemic interrupted the season before it even began, Ferrari’s 1000th race eventually came at the Gran Premio della Toscana Ferrari 1000. The race took place at Ferrari’s own Mugello circuit, a fitting tribute to Formula 1’s longest serving team. First examples of this model will be ready to deliver in early 2021.