10 Remote Controlled Cars That You’ll Wish Were Real, Drivable C

10 Remote Controlled Cars That You’ll Wish Were Real, Drivable Cars

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RC cars you wish were real

Originally posted on https://www.motorera.com/1217/10-remote-controlled-cars-that-youll-wish-were-real-drivable-cars/

 

Do you appreciate a finely made vehicle? How about one that’s souped to the max?

If so, you’ve probably drooled over some pretty fine vehicles. You may have even driven some.

You may be missing some of the sweetest rides, though, if you’ve been staring at full-sized cars. Believe it or not, some of the most awesome vehicles are miniature sized.

You can still drive them, just in a different, more far-off fashion.

That’s right, we’re talking about remote controlled cars. Though they’re smaller and quieter, they’re no less impressive.

Don’t believe us? Keep reading to learn about ten awesome remote controlled cars. Trust us, you’ll wish they were real!

1. Exceed RC Electric DriftStar

If you like speed and maneuverability in one sweet package, you’d love driving this car. Though it’s a remote controlled car, the DriftStar comes complete with four-wheel drive for a solid driving experience.

You’d whip around corners without a concern, since turning is easy and quick in this car. If you love drifting, you’d have the time of your life with this car, whether indoor or outdoor.

2. Redcat Racing Everest-10

Have you ever wanted to go clambering over boulders? If so, you’d love driving this truck. The Everest-10 basically eats rocks for breakfast. And, it comes in two colors, red and blue.

If things got crazy, you’d be able to replace broken parts. But with this sturdy design, that’s more of a fail-safe, since this truck is built to withstand even the toughest terrain.

3. GMAXT SRC Truck

Oh man, you’d love driving this one! Especially if you like to go splashing through mud, crashing through sand, and careening over grass.

The sky would be the limits in this RC truck. No matter what you drive through or over, the ride will be smooth, thanks to a great suspension system.

4. Redcat Racing EPX Drift Car

This flashy car comes in two colors so you’d be able to show off your personal flair. Specifically built to drift, you’d have a great time sliding around out there.

While this car isn’t as well-built as some others, it’s not hard on your wallet. If you’re looking for something with a better setup, you could take advantage of its many upgrade options. Make it suit your style!

If you don’t like the upgrades specifically offered far this car, pimp your ride with some accessories from RC Planet!

5. Traxxas Rally VXL

Have you ever watched stunt driving? Chances are if you’ve seen a handful of modern movies you’ve come across. Well, here’s your chance to do it too, without worrying about getting injured!

The Traxxas Rally VXL handles super well, making it capable of many kinds of driving. Take it for a peaceful ride, or get some stunts in, do some racing, or practice drifting.

The point? You’d have a lot of fun in this car!

6. Traxxas Jato 3.3

If speed is your thing, you have to imagine yourself in this RC! With an acceleration of 0-60 in only 4.2 seconds, this baby would certainly give you an adrenaline rush.

The Jato 3.3 reaches 65 miles per hour. Can you imagine bring tiny enough to fit in an RC and going that speed? Wow!

7. KingPow 2WD RC Car

This racer may only have two-wheel-drive, but don’t count it out of the running! You’d still love racing around in this thing.

This KingPow racer is meant for off-roading. It comes with independent suspension systems on each of the wheels, allowing it to handle impact well.

You’ll have to stay away from water in this one though. You’d have to go with something else if you plan for some wet off-roading!

8. Redcat Racing Volcano EPX PRO

This great-looking racing tuck is bound to catch some eyes, thanks to its sleek blue and silver design.

This one’s slower than other racers, but that’s doesn’t mean you won’t have a good time. Enjoy the well-built body and high torque servo. And practice your backward driving skills, thanks to the reverse transmission.

9. Traxxas XO-1 AWD Supercar

This one may be the best in the list when it comes to both appearance and speed. But, you’ll have to fork out a lot of cash for it.

Its crazy acceleration may be worth it to you, though. This baby can do 0-60 in only 2.3 seconds! And while you’re up to speed, you won’t have to worry about stability, since this car is built for it.

You will love the motor in this car. Why? Abrushlesss motor has never been offered in this large of a size in similar vehicles.

10. Team Associated Nitro TC3

If you’re competitive, you’ll definitely want to take this sweet ride out for a spin. Why? Well because there’s a good chance you’ll win.

You’ll enjoy tuning this car to whatever type of race you’re about to enter. If you make the right modifications, you may even reach speeds over 100 miles per hour!

Remote Controlled Cars: Choose Your Ride

See, we weren’t kidding when we said you’d wish these remote controlled cars were real! The great thing about remote controlled cars though? They’re a whole lot cheaper than the real deal!

If you’re looking for some real fun, hook a mobile camera up to your mini car and you’ll be even closer to experiencing the real thing.

So get out and choose your next sweet ride! Even better, get out and buy a couple with your friends so you can race away your evenings in your sweet new vehicles.

Splash through water puddles, crash through bushes, and go sailing over dirt mounds. Whatever you do, have fun and enjoy the ride!

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