Star Wars Altaya scale list

In 2021, Altaya or De Agostini started a new line of diecast models, similar to the older De Agostini line. Currently sold in France and Spain, this new Star Wars Altaya line is quite a bit larger. Fortunately, I made a buddy who subscribed to the line for me and send me the models to the US. The come in simple packaging, but also include magazines that talk about the ships.

Details vary from amazing to off a bit. For instance, the Razor Crest and AT-AT look amazing. Darth's TIE is too long/slim, and the Slave I has raised panel lines that look horrible. Yet, they still do a good job for what you get. However, I have noticed a lot of quality control issues. Lots of smaller pieces pop off from poor glue application or are completely broken. The Snowspeeder is the worst because of the cockpit being warped badly on one side. I can fix most of the broken pieces with glue, but the Snowspeeder is beyond my skill. At least Altaya will issue replacements for broken models, but only in France.

Luckily, I'm still happy with Star Wars Altaya line, as they are doing some ships never before released. If you have any questions about the line, feel free to message me. We also regularly discuss these on the Rebelscum forums.

Photo archives of the Altaya series is on this page.

VesselScaleMeasured SizeReferenceNotes
Grievous' Wheel Bike2310.7 cm (diameter)2.5 m
Luke's Landspeeder2314.7 cm3.4 m
Imperial Speeder Bike2413.7 cm (sans flaps)3.3 m
Rey's Speeder2614.6 cm3.73 m
Treadspeeder2815 cm4.17 m
AT-RT2912.1 cm (height)3.45 m
Han's Landspeeder3012.84 cm3.85 m
Droid Tri-Fighter3614.95 cm5.4 m
Jedi Interceptor Eta-23714.7 cm5.47 m
Cobb Vanth's Speeder4014.94 cm6 m (est.)
Snowspeeder4112.85 cm5.3 m
Zam Wesell's Airspeeder4614.33 cm6.6 m
Grievous' Starfighter4714.3 cm6.71 m
A-wing4914.14 cm6.9 m
TIE Advanced x14911.95 cm5.8 m10.08 (width)
Vulture Droid5213.4 cm6.96 m
Jedi Starfighter Delta-75414.9 cm8 m
AAT6314.7 cm9.19 m
AT-ST6513.9 cm (height)9.04 m
Geonosian Starfighter6614.9 cm9.8 m
TIE Interceptor6711.47 cm7.7 m
Naboo Starfighter7015.8 cm11 m
TIE/sf Special Forces749 cm6.69 m
Ski Speeder7714.9 cm (width)11.5 m
TIE Fighter809.1 cm7.24 m
Gungan Sub8218.4 cm15 m
T-70 X-wing8215.3 cm12.49 m
TIE Bomber839.4 cm7.8 m
Hailfire Droid978.8 cm (wheel diameter)8.5 m
X-wing10213.1 cm13.4 m
TIE/wi Whisper10515.1 cm15.9 m
Y-wing11414.2 cm16.24 m
Republic Gunship11514.8 cm (wingspan)17 m
B-wing11814.33 cm16.9 m
TIE/vn Silencer12114.38 cm17.43 m
ARC-17013714.5 cm (width)19.85 m
AT-TE15211.87 cm (sans guns)18 m (est.)
Slave I15513.9 cm (height)21.5 m12.71 cm (width)
Razor Crest16215.06 cm24.38 m
U-wing16514.5 cm23.99 m
UT-AT17313.74 cm23.8 m
Jabba’s Sail Barge20214.88 cm30 m
Starfortress Bomber21513.8 cm29.67 m
AT-AT22010.21 cm (height)22.5 m
Lambda-class Shuttle2428.26 cm20 m
AT-ACT27911.4 cm (height)31.85 m
Sandcrawler28214.2 cm40 m7.05 cm (height)
Havoc Marauder28310.7 cm (sans turret)30.33 m
AT-M631911.33 cm (height)36.18 m
Justifier34614.47 cm50 m
Juggernaut Turbo Tank34714.25 cm (sans wheels)49.4 m
Libertine37114.28 cm52.92 m
Upsilon-class Shuttle4378.51 cm (wing height)37.2 m
Naboo Royal Starship45516.7 cm76 m
Hammerhead Corvette78614.841 cm116.7 m
Republic Cruiser83813.727 cm115 m
Corellian Corvette101914.72 cm150 m
Nebulon-B Frigate202314.831 cm300 m
Invisible Hand728614.933 cm1088 m
Venator Star Destroyer773014.941 cm1155 m
Imperial Star Destroyer1065815.012 cm1600 m
Droid Control Ship2256313.336 cm (diameter)3009 m
Executor12704814.955 cm19 km
Death Star II180554311.077 cm (diameter)200 km

Notes on Estimated Sizes

AT-TE - based on stills from AotC looking at Clone height and LAAT Dropship size

Cobb Vanth's Speeder - though it uses Anakin's podracer engines, the yellow fins look shorter, so I guessed 6 meters instead of full 7.

3 Comments

    • Yeah, they just announced the Separatist Dreadnaught/Invisible Hand. I have a friend in France that subscribed for me. I haven’t heard yet of major distributors in the US or elsewhere. But if you find a fellow collector in France, they can probably hook you up.

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