Traxxas X0-1 RC Car

Feb 11, 2016

Category: Tech

Not all of us can afford life-sized super cars, but this speed machine might be within reach. This X0-1 from the well respected RC racing company Traxxas is no joke – it can go from 0-60 in just 2.3 seconds, and has a top speed of 100 miles per hour.

The body of this little devil is sleek and aerodynamic with a big back spoiler to keep control while you’re jamming down the track. The racer comes with a Castle Mamba Monster Extreme speed control, and a Traxxas Big Block Brushless Motor. You can control all the car’s moving parts – the integrated speed, RPM, temperature and voltage using a telemetry system that you can run off of your iPhone when you mount it to the controller’s docking base. You can get these starting at around $1,000. Try not to get a ticket. [Purchase]

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