First the Jaguar XJR12s are hand liveried prototypes by Paulo Dapretto using, in most cases, decals from Pattos place. It is also recognised that both bodies are, at this stage, slightly incorrect as is one of the rear spoilers. This will be fixed by general release and if you cant spot them already I am not going to tell you
Reworked Porsche 962 releases are planned with revised bodywork so suit the cars as well as some IMSA versions.
Mazda 787s are due too, with the first not far off.
The other car due to hit the shelves this year is the Chaparall 2e in first prototype form.
As for Oxigen, the system is getting closer to release and will allow full integration into Scalextric and Ninco track systems for seamless digital/analogue racing.
The other welcome surprise is that Oxigen will allow SSD to run on Ninco track.
All LC pieces are cross changers on straight sections only. They DO allow cross connection between two track pieces side by side e.g. full lane change across 4 or more lanes.
An option will be for a full audio unit allowing voice information on lap times and comparisons of lap times and telemetry info from your team via headphones. Along with a dual connector allowing you to listen to your iPod or favourite MP3 player while driving those endurance races.
It will hit the shops as soon as it is 100% ready.
As for the controllers, for those waiting patiently to use the Slot.it controller, both units announced last year are in the shops - positive and negative polarity units are available alongside a - one pack for all digital systems - pod. This covers SSD, Carrera ProX and Digital 132.