Well not really, I hope they will, but the cars in the BTCC set are SR, and also the 2 Porsches in the Le Mans set (which is quite expensive)I thought that scalex had stopped doing SR cars.
Ah, I would love a HD bronze Battlefield livery ...The livery was ok until I saw the chupa chups (chupa = suck) signs.
But I have to say that there are more interesting real liveries for this great gt car.
I ordered yesterday at mid-day.I sent the message yesterday late in the afternoon / early evening, they replied this morning ...
SR is now used to avoid to say "low detail", it has indeed nothing to do with car able to resist high impacts without losing parts.Im my view Super Resistant cars are now in breach of the trades description act. They are identical in physical construction to the high retail cars except they are minus the drivers head. Black glass instead of clear but as it is still a separate part the body shell is still as weak as the HD version.
The old SR cars used different moulds. The F430, for example, is a single piece body shell which is extremely robust and will take some serious abuse in its stride. Its HD sibling has clear glass which is separate from the body so the weak spots are the pillars. These are easily damaged in heavy crashes.
So SR as a concept has got lost. If used to be about strength but now its about saving pennies.
... or maybe its a reason to justify charging an extra GBP5 for a drivers head...