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Hot Wheels Has Big Plans For Rennsport
Posted September 24, 2023

As we get ready to celebrate 75 years of Porsche sports cars at Rennsport Reunion 7, we’re looking forward to another icon joining us at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca – Hot Wheels. Porsche and Hot Wheels began their collaboration in 1970, creating 1/64th scale versions of some of the most legendary Porsche vehicles of all time. For over 50 years, the two iconic brands have worked together to make some of the most eye-catching recreations and inspired scaled-down Porsche vehicles. Let’s take a look at some of the most notable Hot Wheels Porsche creations over the years:​

While all these Hot Wheels cars are unique, only a very few earn the distinction of being inducted into the Hot Wheels Garage of Legends™. An elite collection of life-sized cars that represent the absolute best of the best. That being said, we have something special in store for Rennsport Reunion 7. We will see the latest addition to this legendary collection with the reveal of a brand-new Hot Wheels Porsche.​​

In addition to the reveal of a new legend, families are invited to join us at The Hot Wheels Play Zone. A special onsite area where Porsche and Hot Wheels enthusiasts of all ages can play with Hot Wheels cars and games, and color in Hot Wheels coloring books. There will even be Hot Wheels designers in the Play Zone to lead young ones through various art-based activities.


The first Hot Wheels Porsche was created in 1970 with the Porsche 917 Coupé, based on the legendary sport car introduced 1969.​

The 1974 Hot Wheels Flying Color Porsche 917 was released the first year of the Flying Colors line, and this particular Porsche 917 was featured in the classic artwork used for the Flying Colors blister card packaging.​

The 1975 Hot Wheels redline Porsche 911 was the first Hot Wheels Porsche 911 ever made. Originally debuting in the Flying Colors series, the Porsche 911 was part of the Hot Wheels line up through 2001.​

The 1983 Hot Wheels Porsche 928 is based on the Porsche 928 that was released in 1977.​

The 1999 Hot Wheels Porsche 550 Spyder is based on one of the most iconic Porsche models of all time, the 550 Spyder. Part of the 100% Hot Wheels Series, it also came with an openable rear hood.​

The 2013 Hot Wheels Red Line Club Porsche 917 KH is part of the Porsche 911 50th Anniversary 4-car set. Sporting the iconic livery that competed in the 1970 24 Hours of Le Mans, the blue and orange Gulf color scheme is considered one of the most iconic racing liveries in racing history.​

The 2013 Hot Wheels Boulevard Porsche 911 GT2 (993), one of the more popular castings, is based on the 911 GT2 (993) which was produced between 1995-1998, designed to be a high-performance track focused offshoot of the 911.​​

The 2016 Hot Wheels Toy Fair Porsche 934 is considered a holy grail for Porsche collectors. This highly valued recreation is based on the Porsche 934 released in the mid-1970’s that was built mainly to be sold to race teams becoming a prolific competitor in numerous international racing series.​

The 2019 Hot Wheels Build Magnus Walker was based on the Porsche 911 (964) that was a new generation of the classic Porsche 911 from 1989. It also included a figure of famous British designer Magnus Walker.​​

The 2020 Hot Wheels Porsche 914 “Safari” is a modified version of the Porsche 914 as converted into an off-road/rally vehicle. Porsche and Hot Wheels collaborated to create a full-size version of the vehicle that debuted at SEMA in 2021.​

The 2023 Hot Wheels Redline Club Porsche 959 is the newest Porsche addition to the Hot Wheels family. Based on the classic super car, the 1986 Porsche 959.

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