A brief lool at AutoCult 1:43 Scale Models Collectors Portfolio
AutoCult scale models producer and marketer is a relatively new player in the 1:43 scale models Collectors business. The first model to be marketed under the AutoCult brand started in July 2015. In 2017, a new brand “Avenue 43” was added. AutoCult produces scale models in 1:43 (cars, trucks, buses), 1:32 (tractors), 1:18 (cars) and 1:100 (planes) scales. “Exclusive models” started as a service to produce the desired by various existing players resin models in different scales. AutoCult follows a structured standard approach to reach the market via the existing diecast wholesalers and retail stores. The scale model maker is mostly active in 1:43 model production of unique and unseen historical prototype cars, streamliners, brands of the past, microcars, etc. In the following sections, we make a slice through the AutoCult’s s portfolio development from its start in 2015 through 2019.
AutoCult scale model categories cover Prototypes, Special editions, Streamliner, Brands of the past, Microcars, Racing, Delivery vehicles, Trucks, Camping, Early beginnings, Emergency vehicles, Busses, and from 2019 – Duty Vehicles. Most car models produced are under the categories of Prototypes, Special editions, and Streamliner.
The above infographic uses data from the period July 2015 – December 2019 and excludes models from Avenue 43 brand, as well as the Exclusive models of AutoCult. Models under the categories of Buses, Emergency Vehicles, and Early beginnings are not frequently released, which makes them a rare find for collectors. Learn more about the Exclusive category here.
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- What are AutoCult’s scale model Categories and how they developed
- How many car models are connected to different countries
- Cars by manufacturing year – concentration of cars across the periods and year coverage gaps
- How car series develop and grew on year to year basis
- How brands develop year to year
How cars are connected to different countries?
Additionally, the Czech Republic is mentioned as a connected country for 6% of the models, Switzerland – for 3%, and the Netherlands, Japan, Sweden, and Argentina for 2% of the 1:43 scale models of AutoCult and Avenue 42. See data definition in the annotation area in the chart above.
Which period from the 20th century is covered by most by AutoCult 1:43 scale model cars?
Highlighted areas in the infographic above represent the most saturated time periods or segments. White areas represent less saturated periods and can indicate portfolio gaps. Data includes 211 1:43 scale models manufactured between 2015 and 2019 by AutoCult, and excludes models from Avenue 43, Tractorism and Exclusive models brands.
Compare time coverage of AutoCult, Avenue 43 and Exclusive Models 1:43 models
Data covers the period from July 2015 to December 2019 (incl.), and all 1:43 scale models produced and marketed as AutoCult, Avenue 43 and Exclusive Models series.
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