Berline.Q

  Berline.Q, combined with the Inter 175A, is a concept of a chic urban man seeking all the riches life has to offer. Even though he has no facial expressions and is not very talkative, he is a warm-hearted person.

 Inter 175A, the motif of Berline.Q, was France's leading microcar, and was manufactured from 1953 to 1956.

 French aircraft manufacturer SNCAN developed the Inter 175A using principles of aviation design. At that time, the handle of the vertical grip was similar to that of an aircraft, and the seat was a two-seater serial system, influenced by the aircraft interior.

 Rollis is a special scale car that combines classic cars with characters from the past. The classic cars that were thriving in the 1950s and the unique characters that ride in them are produced in limited quantities.

 

 For true collectors, we pursued perfection by adding vibrant characters and paying attention to the smallest details to create the best possible product.

 The body is not a die-casting, but an eco-friendly resin structure. It is a hand-made process, the main part of which is the attention to detail applied to each car through a plating treatment rather than spraying.

 The Berline.Q Series is available in a Cream Beige color.