Feb 262018
 

Photo via @gsc_guma on Twitter

If you’ve been waiting for Racing Miku 2016’s Thailand ver. design to get its scale figure treatment from FREEing, your patience is being rewarded today! Open preorders have been announced for the tan-skinned Race Queen.

A figure of the Hatsune Miku GT Project’s Racing Miku in her 2016 Thai Ver.!

The official character of the Hatsune Miku GT Project, “Racing Miku” has been transformed into a 1/8th scale figure based on her 2016 Thai Ver. design! The illustration of this version was originally drawn by popular animator Mai Yoneyama in support of the race in Thai, but has now been transformed into a dynamic figure for fans to enjoy by their side!

Her golden brown skin and energetic appearance has been captured in careful detail as she runs along with a huge smile on her face, ready to cheer you up whenever you need!

Preorders for the figure will be available from Good Smile Company’s online shop until March 29th at 12:00 PM JST. She’s priced at 12,800 Yen ($120 USD), although this price may vary by shop. She’s expected to ship out in August 2018! Check out the available shop links below.

> Tokyo Otaku Mode (30% points back offer)
> CDJapan
> Good Smile Company
> Amiami
> Hobby Search
> Nippon Yasan

Aug 282017
 

The Figma Racing Miku 2016: TeamUKYO Support ver. is now available for preorder! The figma is based on an original design by Mai Yoneyama, Racing Miku 2016’s illustrator, to cheer on for Good Smile Racing and TeamUKYO’s bicycle racing team!

The 2016 edition of Racing Miku is here to cheer on for TeamUKYO!

GOODSMILE RACING & TeamUKYO’s team manager Ukyo Katayama also leads a bicycle team called TeamUKYO, and Racing Miku is here to cheer them on! This special design of the 2016 edition of Racing Miku has now been transformed into a figma for fans to enjoy by their side.

  • The smooth yet posable figma joints allow you to act out a variety of different scenes.
  • A flexible plastic is used in specific areas, allowing proportions to be kept without compromising posability.
  • She comes with both a cheerful smiling expression and a more serious, confident expression.
  • Optional parts include a drink bottle as well as a partially pre-painted plastic model kit for a bicycle.
  • An articulated figma stand is included, which allows various poses to be taken.

Preorders are now open on Good Smile Company’s online for 8,300 yen (~$76 USD) until September 28th at 12:00 JST, with release scheduled for February 2018. She’s also available at other online shops. Check out the links below!

> Tokyo Otaku Mode
> CDJapan
> GSC Online Shop
> Amiami
> Hobby Search

Official Product Page → http://www.goodsmile.info/en/product/6678/

 

 

May 132017
 

It’s not too often you see a new Hatsune Miku model pop up based on an original design concept, but DigitrevX’s latest project is definitely an awesome one: One of the racing Miku 2016 finalist designs by RSK has been made into a MikuMikuDance model!

For the final 2016 Racing Miku design, Goodsmile Racing decided to incorporate details from all the finalists chosen, including elements from RSK’s submission, into a single design. RSK’s solo design, however, was a popular fan favorite (and one of ours as well!).

RSK’s Racing Miku 2016 Design Submission

The model is freely available for download from DigitrevX’s deviantart. Just be sure to follow all model usage guidelines! Link → http://digitrevx.deviantart.com/art/Racing-Miku-RSK-Ver-MMD-Release-680450730

Nov 092016
 

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The bright and colorful Racing Miku 2016 Ver. 1/8 scale figure is now available for preorder! She takes on the original design by the artist Mai Yoneyama,

The official character of the 2016 Hatsune Miku GT Project!

The official character of the Hatsune Miku GT Project ‘Racing Miku’ has been transformed into a 1/8th scale figure based on her 2016 design! The illustration by popular animator Mai Yoneyama has been faithfully captured in figure form for fans to enjoy in their collection!

Racing Miku is posed taking a break at the race track with her parasol opened out as she sits on a pile of tires with an adorable smile! She is posed together with the colorful ‘Weight-chan’ characters that were created based on the handicap weights added to GT cars!

Preorders are now available until December 8th at 12:00 JST. She is priced at 13,800 yen on Good Smile’s Online Shop, and is scheduled for release sometime in September 2017. She’s also available for preorder from the following online shops (prices, preorder end dates, and release dates vary by store):

> Racing Miku 2016 Ver. 1/8 Scale Figure on Tokyo Otaku Mode
> Racing Miku 2016 Ver. 1/8 Scale Figure on CDJapan
> Racing Miku 2016 Ver. 1/8 Scale Figure on Good Smile’s Online Shop
> Racing Miku 2016 Ver. 1/8 Scale Figure on Hobby Search
> Racing Miku 2016 Ver. 1/8 Scale Figure on AmiAmi

Below is an image gallery, and a special video released by Good Smile Company. Also check out the review by Kahotan (part 1) from Good Smile Company!

Nov 092016
 

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Racing Miku 2016 Ver. 1/8 Scale Figure Photos by Kahotan

Kahotan from Good Smile Company has released a review on the Racing Miku 2016 Ver. 1/8 scale figure! The figure is based on the original illustration by Mai Yoneyama, who is known for art direction in anime such as Kill la Kill, Sword Art Online, Black Rock Shooter (TV) and more.

The final race of the season is coming up this weekend. Fight, GSR!

The official character of the Hatsune Miku GT Project ‘Racing Miku’ has been transformed into a 1/8th scale figure based on her 2016 design! The illustration by popular animator Mai Yoneyama has been faithfully captured in figure form for fans to enjoy in their collection!

Racing Miku is posed taking a break at the race track with her parasol opened out as she sits on a pile of tires with an adorable smile! She is posed together with the colorful ‘Weight-chan’ characters that were created based on the handicap weights added to GT cars!

Preoders for the figure will be available starting tomorrow, with prices, release dates, and more details to follow at the same time.

Below is the gallery provided on Kahotan’s blog (EN/JP).