In Switzerland, Tintin, Captain Haddock and Snowy are in pursuit of the kidnappers of Sunflower. This exciting chase stops in a small village where Haddock crosses the main road to go to the tobacco shop. A shrill screech followed by a frightening bang sound! The captain has just been hit by a powerful sports car. The car in question is a Lancia Aurelia B20, faithfully reproduced by Hergé. This grand touring coupé owes its elegant lines to Felice Mario Boano, revised by the great coachbuilder Pinin Farina. This sleek design was complemented by a powerful V6 engine that made this car a competition beast.
Each car has been reproduced to perfection with a high quality finish. It is presented in its decorated crystal case.
A booklet accompanies the car - EN & FR version: it will allow you to learn more about the car that inspired Hergé, you will find the archives on the creation of the album of The Calculus Affair and much more!
Official name of figure : L'Aurélia De L'Italien (L'Affaire Tournesol)
Size : 26 cm x 12 cm x 12 cm (L x W x H). - Scale : 1/24
Ref. : 18049- 18050