Traxxas Unlimited Desert Racer R/C Truck

Feb 15, 2018

Category: Gear

Remote-controlled vehicle brand Traxxas has a habit of making exceedingly cool miniature versions of legendary cars, trucks, SUVs, and more that are so authentic in their appearance and performance, it sometimes requires a double take. And they’ve only further cemented their status amongst the greats with another impressive entry: the Unlimited Desert Racer.

Utilizing an proprietary innovation called True-Scale, this authentic racing truck is built upon a 4-wheel drive chassis that functions just like its larger counterparts. In fact, the 4-link solid rear axle and eight GTR shocks offer authentic driving dynamics to pair with the truck’s brilliantly recreated visage (both inside and out). And the onboard VXL-6s ESC motor means that this electric racer can hit speeds of over 50 mph, making it as fun to drive as it is stunning to behold. And it can be yours on March 1st for $878.

Purchase: $878

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