For slot car fans everywhere: the Ferrari 512S Berlinetta from 1970
With headlights, rear and brake lights
From 10 years
Super slot car with striking features
The Ferrari 512S Berlinetta achieved enormous racing success in the 60s and early 70s. The name "Berlinetta" from Italian means "small limousine" and describes a Ferrari two-seater with a closed cockpit. The Swiss racing team "Scuderia Filipinetti" also took on some endurance races with this racing car. Due to the many changes that team "Scuderia Filipinetti" made to the car, it also got the nickname Ferrari 512 F. In 2004, the 512S was taken out of the garage again and took part in the Le Mans Classic.
Unmistakable, even on your race track
In its unmistakable red racing look, the Ferrari 512S also tears around your Carrera DIGITAL 124 race track on a scale of 1:24. The slot car is based on the original dating from the year 1970 – with precision detail right down to the wheel rims themselves – and has also been equipped with headlights, rear and brake lights. The car is digitally controllable, but can also be used in analogue mode and can also be individually coded.