Toyota FJ Cruiser 4WD R/C Car

Feb 26, 2018

Category: Gear

It feels as if all of the sudden there are a whole lot more realistic R/C cars floating around. Is this the result of better 3D printing tech? A change in taste? Better licensing deals? We’re not really sure. Probably because we’re too busy gawking at this Toyota FJ Cruiser 4WD R/C Car.

An officially licensed 1/10th scale of the real thing, this remote controlled car comes complete with everything you’d need to do some serious off-roading. It features a steel chassis, waterproof 35-turn Crawler Spec electric motor, and all-terrain Soft S-Compound tires with bead lock rims. Trying to splash through puddles and streams? Go for it. The 2.4GHz receiver on the car is waterproofed. Suspension on the vehicle is also pretty impressive, with dual stage shock springs, aluminum lower link shock mounts, and adjustable threaded shock bodies it can crawl all over rocky terrain. And the best part about it? You don’t even need a license to drive.

Purchase: $400

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