Porsche 935/78
Debut Series Hot Wheels Racing 2012
Produced 2012-present
Designer Jun Imai
Number W8302
Porsche 935-78 (road racers)


The Porsche 935/78 was the final model of Porsche's 935, produced in 1978 purely for the Le Mans of that year. The 935 was part of the 'Special Production cars'(Group 5), this has made the car an inspiration for Japanese bōsōzoku customizers, alongside the R31 'Super Silhouette' version of the Nissan Skyline. Hot Wheels debuted a design by Jun Imai in the bōsōzoku custom style, the Mad Manga which is based off a 1970s Nissan C130 Laurel 2000SG-X 2-door.


The '78 Porsche 935/78 has come out in the following 1/64 scale versions:

Col # Year Series Color Tampo Base Color / Type Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type Toy # Country Notes / Variations Photo
- 2012 Road Racing 2012 Metalflake Silver Yellow & Red stripes on sides, hood & roof, '35' on sides & hood Black / Metal Clear Grey Red chrome rim Black Exotic RRTs W8302 Thailand Named '78 Porsche 935/78 Porsche 935-78 (road racers)
- 2013 Flying Customs Series Metalflake Orange Light Blue & Yellow stripes, Light Blue & White '78' on sides & hood Unpainted / Metal Tinted (Black) Black BWs X8205 Thailand Base code(s): F09 Porsche 935-2013
8 / 8 2015 Porsche Series Metalflake Light Blue Black & Red stripes, White/Black '35' & Black 'Porsche' on sides Grey / Plastic Tinted (Black) Red PR5 CGB67 Thailand Base code(s): H06, H07

Named Porsche 935-78

Porsche 935-2015 Series
2 / 5 2016 Car Culture - Track Day Metalflake Dark Red White trunk with '7', Urban Outlaw logo on roof, 'Porsche' on wing, White & Blue stripes & '7' on sides White / Metal Tinted (Black) Black Chrome Gold MCRR DJF94 Malaysia Base code(s): J32

Named '78 Porsche 935

'78 Porsche 935-2016 Car Culture-Track Day
1 / 5 2017 Car Culture - Race Day Red 78 'MOMO' design on sides and top Metal Clear Black Red RRA DWH78 Malaysia - Thailand Base code(s): k14, K17 '78 Porsche 935 78-HW 2017 Car Culture (Race Day)--1


As of 2017, this is the only Porsche Model Hot Wheels has released in Right-hand drive. On the real-life car, the Porsche 935/78's gearbox was fitted upside-down to reduce the angle of the drive shafts, a unique modification only seen on the 935/78.

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