RC cars come in a wide variety of models and styles. The list is so big that no matter where your remote control car hobby wishes steer you, there’s a vehicle waiting to satisfy your every desire.
The first thing you need is to know how you plan to play with your radio control car.
Do you want to build an RC city with roads and bridges for you to drive your cars over?
Do you want to build a racing event center, and compete in oval races and drags?
Do you want to head into the desert, or hilly country to do some rock climbing or send some dust spurting into the air?
Do you want to try your skills at drifting?
Would you like to organize a classic car show, and invite your remote control hobby friends to display their models for prizes?
You can create any, or all of these activities by selecting your RC car from the various categories. Those categories include racecars, classic cars, buggies, family cars, and drift cars.
Or put together a collection of remote control models. Get one or more from each of those categories, and enjoy everything your hobby offers.
The classic car lineup includes such cars as mustangs, corvettes, and chargers. One manufacturer even offers a Delorean. Other classics available are hot rods, roadsters, and coupes from the fifties era.
If you’re into classic RC there’s a model to make you happy.
Maybe you plan to build a city setting. You can drive your different vehicles to and from the homes and businesses. In this case you’ll want a car designed for family transportation. This category gives you your pick of sedans, station wagons, luxury models, and even sport utility vehicles.
The fast car line is probably the most extensive for RC cars. Choose from police cars for chasing, or track cars for racing. You’ll find plenty of open wheel racecars. For instance, one line makes many different Formula One designs available. Or select a racer modeled after the Lamborghini, Lotus, and Ferrari. One racecar is a replica of the speed racer.
For off-road fun you can’t go wrong with an RC buggy. Designers create them for rough country. Take off into the desert for a Baja type competition with your friends, and see whose vehicles stand up to the torture and grind.
Head for the hills for some climbing action. Find out how steep a grade your buggy negotiates without flipping backward – all the way down the hill. Build up a pile of rocks, and test your buggy’s ability to climb over them.
Drift cars offer a wide selection too. You’ll pick from sports car styled drifters, and four-wheel drive monster drift vehicles. These drift cars even include the Mini Cooper models that are so popular for drift driving fun.
Remote controlled car designs are there for every RC car enthusiast. The biggest problem the remote control hobbyist has is deciding which kind of car activity he gets the most pleasure from.