The figure includes all of the accessories that came with the original Tracks version, but with Tracks's smaller gun replaced with the larger toy-accurate gun that came with MP Road Rage. The little figure of Raoul is colored to resemble his appearance in the G1 cartoon episode "Auto-Bop", in which his clothes (and even his skin!) were colored differently from his appearance in the episode "Make Tracks". The little Broadcast (Blaster) boombox accessory is also redecoed in Micro Change MC-21 Radi-Casse Robo colors, sporting a light blue, dark blue, gray, and black deco.
What's especially funny about this figure and the timing of its announcement is that, just a few days ago, the Transformers Collectors Club released its latest (as of this tying) prose story, "The Toxic Transformer", which featured a new Decepticon character named Vivisector who is also a homage to the Diaclone Black Tracks toy, right down to the same mouthplated light blue face. It is up to you if you wish to consider Loudpedal and Vivisector to be completely separate characters, or just different versions of the same character with "Loudpedal" being the Japanese name and "Vivisector" being the English name.