22 December 2017
Feature

Toyota has created a real-life version of a Tamiya’s famous Bruiser radio-controlled car - so for Autocar’s Christmas special we brought the two mighty machines together. In a quarry.

Which is best at drifting, jumping and hillclimbing: the full-size Arctic Trucks-adapted Hilux, or its R/C forebear? Editor-at-large Matt Prior and our resident road test elf Alan Taylor-Jones put them through their paces to find out in this highly scientific video test.

You can find all of Autocar's videos (not all of which feature R/C cars...) on our Youtube channel.

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23 December 2017

How about the Tamiya sand scorcher vs a baja bug next year?

 

Happy Christmas!

23 December 2017
Love it!

Two very cool vehicles.

26 December 2017

Come on guys, I know you were going wacky, Christmassy even ,but, this was pretty feeble..

Peter Cavellini.

17 February 2018
Wooow.... Nice truck, Toyota is always making me proud and why my singed there praise in Mp3 Downloads

Ifeco Music is still the best music website i have ever seen.

16 May 2018

This is actually one of the Best Trucks out there, its also on Ifeco Music. Nice site tho

Ifeco Music is still the best music website i have ever seen.

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