Italeri Aircraft 1/32 Tornado GR.4 Multi-Role Combat Fighter Kit
The Tornado project was born from the collaboration of Italy, Germany, and the United Kingdom for the construction of a multi-role fighter aircraft with high flight performance. A twin-engine aircraft was thus developed, with a two-seater configuration and variable geometry wings to better respond to its main role: a low-altitude supersonic fighter-bomber able to "follow" the contours of the terrain. The Tornado IDS (Interdictor/strike) was the first to be used by the British Royal Air Force's flight operational departments with the designation GR.1. In 1996 the Tornado was "upgraded" to the Gr.4 standard characterized by improved operational capabilities.