Never mind that the new Batmobile that we will see in the 2022 Batman movie looks just like a regular muscle car that is ready to hit the drag strip because businesses are looking at ways to market its toy to you. Joining LEGO Technic The Batman Batmobile is a remote control The Batman Batmobile …
Good news. Our Tesla Cybertruck has been delivered! The remote control toy version, that is. It has been a long wait since we put in our order on May 21. In fact, it arrived last week and we managed to unbox it only days later. Anyhoo, I don’t believe you are able to get this …
When the postponed from 2020’s UEFA Euro 2020 kicked off in early June, it featured a very special ball carrier in addition to the chosen boys and girls. The tiny Volkswagen all-electric ID.4 you see here was part of the ball carrier team.
When Tesla revealed the Cybertruck in 2019, it created quite a stir for its design. Fast forward to 2020, Cybertruck continues to create a stir, this time by Mattel when the US$400 officially licensed RC Cybertruck was revealed and snapped as soon as it hit the shelves.
Remember the good’ol remote control off-road buggy from the 80s? Well, now you can relive its awesomeness… with LEGO. Folks, meet the LEGO 42124 Off-Road Buggy, a LEGO Technic off-road buggy build kit and a first LEGO Technic.
Xiaomi, the grocer of the gadget world, has introduced a new toy. It is an officially licensed 1:16 scale replica of the fourth-generation Suzuki Jimny and oh yeah, it is a remote control toy.
If you ever wanted to get into rock crawling (the RC vehicle, not you!), but the nature’s wonder (i.e. rock formation) is far from you, then this little fellow, John’s Labowicz Radio Control Micro Defender 4×4, could be the perfect tiny machine for some rock crawling action in the comfort of your home.
Just when we thought the hype of the Tesla Cybertruck seems to have finally died down, toy maker Mattel stirred it up once more with a pair of officially licensed Tesla Cybertruck remote control toys.
You have heard of driving simulation, but have your heard of “real” racing and drift simulation… in 1:43 scale? Called DR!FT (that’s ‘Drift’ with the character “i” replaced with “!”) by Germany company Sturmkind GmbH, it is a marriage between a RC car and video game.
RC cars have come a long way. But however realistic the look and functionality are, an RC car cannot never replicate the behaviors of a full size car because of the size and weight of a scale vehicle. Or so that’s what we thought.