4-wheel Tauros is used by the Elysian regiments as a long-range scout vehicle, mounting potent anti-personnel firepower in the form of either a Heavy Flamer or Tauros Grenade Launcher. Its four wheels are individually powered by advanced high-yield galvanic motors, allowing it to maintain speed even with damaged tyres – often giving it a crucial edge when faced with superior enemy firepower. This finely detailed model, designed by Will Hayes, is a full resin kit that comes with options for a Heavy Flamer or Grenade Launcher as well as two resin crew models, designed by Simon Egan.
The Tauros Rapid Assault Vehicle is a common sight on many frontier worlds within the Imperium, where it is used as a utility vehicle. Its rugged drive axles are individually powered by high-yield galvanic motors, which allows the vehicle to maintain speed even when some of its wheels may be damaged or destroyed.
The Elysian regiments often deploy Tauros Venators in support of their infantry, where the punch of a Lascannon or Multi Laser is often a welcome asset against heavy armour. They are also used in long-range scouting missions, as well as behind enemy lines where they are capable of operating for extended periods without resupply thanks to their galvanic systems.
Full resin kit including Multi-Laser or Lascannon turret weapons and two optional Hunter-Killer missiles. Model designed by Will Hayes, crew designed by Simon Egan.
Drop Regiments do not have access to many of the heavier armoured units deployed as standard with less specialised Imperial Guard regiments, and their Sentinels often fulfill this role as well as their more common scouting missions.
Elysian pattern Drop Sentinels have a more compact design to allow them to be accommodated within a Valkyrie Airborne Assault Carrier, or carried beneath a Sky Talon. The Sentinel also features an integrated Grav Chute mechanism to decelerate the Sentinel's fall during the final stages of an aerial drop. Complete resin and plastic kit including a choice of Multi-Melta or Heavy Bolter. Model designed by Will Hayes