Popular remote-controlled gadget company Traxxas has revealed its new C8 Corvette R/C car, that is set to go on sale this particular month.
The Traxxas C8 Corvette rides over the company’s 4-Tec 3. zero chassis, which has been slightly customized for this new addition to the R/C car lineup. Traxxas says the 4-Tec three or more. 0 chassis for the Vette “features a longer wheelbase plus wider track, ” which usually ensures the car has the exact same proportions as the real matter. As an added bonus, the particular longer wheelbase and broader track give the Traxxas C8 Corvette more stability and much more refined handling than some other Traxxas models that trip on the 4-Tec 3. zero chassis. Power comes from Ti (symbol) 12T 550 electric engine connected to a single-speed direct-drive transmission and a shaft-driven awd system, giving the car a high speed of about 30 with the optional high-speed pinion gear installed.
This R/C car isn’t just enjoyable to drive, either – additionally, it looks pretty good standing nevertheless. Traxxas says its plastic-type body, which easily brackets to the chassis using an included quick-release system, is definitely faithful to the original Corvette design with realistic-looking components like a clear engine these types of window, visible 6. 2L LT2 V8 motor and replica five-spoke tires finished in black stainless.
Not surprisingly, this substantial scale Corvette isn’t inexpensive, with prices starting with $350. The package features a 2 . 4GHz radio control, maintenance tools, a high speed pinion gear (which could be installed by the user in order to unlock the full 30 your top speed), a 7-cell NiMH battery, Traxxas ES-Peak Plus charger and 4 AA batteries for the stereo transmitter.
Check out the video beneath to see the Traxxas C8 Corvette in action before it strikes the shelves this 30 days.
C8 Corvette Stingray Photos
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