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Sunday, July 27, 2014

From toys become real car

'Star Wars' fans definitely amazed to hear this news. The 'Hot Wheels' toy maker company, Mattel doing unusual things, they "flipped" 1:64 scale die-cast toy cars which is inspired by Darth Vader helmet into a real car.

Its form is a modification of the Chevrolet Corvette C5. In its hood mounted a V8, 6.2L engine, which is capable of producing power of 532 PS to drive both rear tires. Most of the construction is built using carbon fiber material, the rest is done by custom red trim on all four tires.

The design is exactly the same with the die-cast version, the dominant color combination of black and gray. The Darth Vader "official vehicle" has been tested up to 128 kph, but noted can penetrate a maximum speed of 240 kph. Information is also interesting, the whole work is done only seven weeks.
The full-scale Vader HotWheels car uses a Corvette chassis and is reportedly capable of 80 mph. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1qF7bxC)
Mattel explained, the latest creation is a collaboration of Hot Wheels and Star Wars. The goal as a "warm up" before entering a new phase of cooperation both generate new toy. Not only Darth Vader, most likely there will be a modification car that inspired of other Star Wars characters, such as Luke Skywalker, Obi One Kenobi, or even R2D2.
This car first appeared in public through a variety of entertainment convention, San Diego Comic-Con 2014, The 1:64 version sells for 40 dollars. But it seems that the "big" Darth Vader car is not for sale or auction. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | GIZMAG]
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