The 1:32 model built by WIKING comes with a lower assembly entirely made from metal, while the bonnet and the frame around the engine are manufactured with die-cast zinc elements. The radiator grille is inserted as a separate piece made of plastic, the lights inserted at the rear are also true to the original. The rear fenders are made of metal, while the fender flares have been highlighted in colour. The wheeled version of the Xerion is furnished with front fenders that are made of plastic - as are the top link, tank, exhaust, access point, and mirror. The lower link and the front axle mechanism manage to convince with the rugged stability of their metal construction. In line with the philosophy WIKING has been pursuing for years, the cab boasts the highest possible detail both inside and out – all control elements available to the Xerion driver have been reproduced true to scale. The headlamps have been imprinted for added emphasis, while the two all-round lights found on the front right and left of the cab have been attached. The design of the 1:32 precision model allows for a highly detailed swing axle as well as a steerable front axle. What is more, the upper and lower links have been designed to move at the front and rear, while both exterior mirrors can be swung far and fully functional to the right and left. It is, of course, also possible to open the left door and adjust the height of the rear coupling. The cab can rotate in order to demonstrate the mode of operation behind the system tractor principle. The labelling leaves nothing to be desired and even includes the “50 k/m” maximum speed notice found on the wheel version.
Attention: Not suitable for children under 14 Years! Risk of chocking as small parts could be swallowed or inhaled!