Norev is a French diecast company. Unsurprisingly then most of its replicas are
of cars with either a Renault, Peugeot or Citroen badge on them! German marques
Mercedes and Volkswagen also feature occasionally in Norev’s line-up, and they
have even been known to offer the odd British subject like the Ford Capri as
well. Norev models cars in both 1:18 and 1:43 scale, and covers road, race and
rally subjects, both classic and modern. Their replicas are very much priced at
the less expensive end of the market, but they give little away to their
competitors in terms of quality.
Here you will find motorsport diecast models from Norev. If you are looking for Norev diecast models
that are not motorsport related please visit our dedicated diecast site
Diecast Legends where you will find all Norev diecast models including
all the models featured here
Norev 1:18 diecast model of the #63 Sauber C9 as driven to victory by Jochen Mass, Stanley Dickens and Manuel Reuter in the 1989 Le Mans 24 Hours.
"Norev 1:18 diecast model of the #9 Mercedes AMG GT3 as driven by Hubert Haupt, Yelmer Buurman, Maro Engel and Dirk Muller in the 2016 Nurburgring 24 Hours. "
Norev 1:18 diecast model of the #1 Renault R.S. 01 Interceptor as test driven by Jean Ragnotti in 2016.
Norev 1:18 diecast model of the #1 Porsche 962 C as driven to victory by Hans-Joachim Stuck in the 1986 ADAC Supersprint at Nurburgring.
"Norev 1:18 diecast model of the Porsche 962 C as driven by Stanley Dickens, Frank Jelinski and John Winter in the 1988 Le Mans 24 Hours."
Norev 1:43 diecast model of the #37 Citroen C-Elysee as driven by Jose-Maria Lopez in the 2016 WTCC season.
Norev 1:43 diecast model of the #68 Citroen C-Elysee as driven by Yvan Muller in the 2016 WTCC season.
Norev 1:43 diecast model of the #1 Citroen DS3 WRC which Sebastien Loeb drove to victory in the 2012 Rally of France.
Norev 1:43 diecast model of the #2 Renault R5 Alpine Cup which Jean-Pierre Lajournade drove to the 1978 Elf Renault 5 Cup title.
Norev 1:18 diecast model of the #8 Citroen DS3 WRC which Thierry Neuville drove to fourth place in the 2012 Rally of France.