2021 Ford Bronco RC model unveiledAugust 5, 2020
The not-so-miniature remote-controlled SUV measures 55.88cm in length and is all out of print.
The revived Ford Bronco SUV is still several months away from sales, and given the fact that the American company has already received more than 200,000 orders for the new 2021 model year, many of those wishing to purchase this car will wait a long time for it. Sadly, the same can be said for this 1: 8 scale toy replica of the New Bright Bronco R / C SUV. The RC model, which has a total length of 55.88 cm, retails for 70 dollars.
One die-hard Ford Bronco fan was able to get his hands on one of the toyed SUV models and was kind enough to upload a video to the 2021 Ford Bronco Facebook fan page, where he shared the track with over 26,000 band members.
It is clear that the New Bright is more of a fun toy than a serious radio-controlled car, but it easily rushes up and down the gravel yard of its owner. The Ford Bronco R / C styled in shiny Cyber Orange has a body that actually matches the actual two-door model pretty closely.
Of course, New Bright got its way with the suspension and rolling stock of a remote-controlled SUV, thanks to a rather massive lift, long-stroke springs on simple tappets and a rigid frame. If you want a Bronco with solid front and rear axles, this is a fairly cheap way to do it. The RC model is also quite large: 58 cm long, 29.21 cm high and 31.24 cm wide. New Bright, running at 2.4GHz and having an affordable smartphone connection, says up to five Bronco’s can compete side-by-side without any interference.
It is unknown when the new flamboyant Ford Bronco will hit store shelves again or how long it will last when it does, but given the high expectations for the “real thing,” a big little R / C could have almost the same demand.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote about a toy replica of the Chevy C8 Corvette sports coupe. The owners of the C8 generation Chevy Corvette sports coupe received toy models of the sports coupe. These cars are made in 1:25 scale and contain the VIN number of the real car that was purchased.
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