Scoot, combined with the Scootacar, is a concept of a British artist with the free soul of a genius.
Her cute habit is that whenever she focuses on something, her nostrils get wider. The art she creates is truly art itself!
Scootacar, the motif of Scoot, was a three-wheeled microcar designed by Harry Brown in 1957 when the railway locomotive building company Hunslet Engine Company decided to build a small car.
The Scootacar remains one of the most iconic, successful, and beloved cars from the UK. Scoot was designed to reflect this love and admiration.
The body was made of glass fiber, measuring 60 inches (1,524 mm) in height, 87 inches (2,210 mm) in length, and 52 inches (1,321 mm) in width. It was known as the “phone booth” because it was a very big car compared to the other small cars at the time.
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 Scoot series is available in a Ruby Red color.