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Aside from the Volt Machines combining to form Voltes V, the toy also transformed into Voltank mode (an alternate vehicle mode wherein the robot lied down face-first with the Volt Panzer and Volt Lander's wheels on the ground).
Voltank mode never appeared in the series, but was a unique feature of the toy.
However, the voice cast was different from the GMA version.
In an attempt to promote the show to a younger audience, the network had Jett Pangan, Sandara Park, Dennis Trillo and other Filipino celebrities re-dub the characters' voices.
In addition, this version has been retooled to transform into Voltank mode.
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The toy was available either with the five Volt Machines sold separately or in a gift set known as the "Volt In Box".
Voltes V is the second part of the Robot Romance Trilogy of the Super Robot genre which includes Chōdenji Robo Combattler V and Tōshō Daimos.
The series was animated by Sunrise and produced by Toei Company.
This toy is more detailed and more poseable than its Popy diecast predecessor.
In 2008, the toy was re-released as a special edition called "Respect for Volt In Box", which pays homage to the original toy in both color scheme and packaging.