Hot Wheels TechMods: Mobile gaming and RC cars united

| February 14, 2019

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Hot Wheels Techmods is a new kit where you can assemble your own Hot Wheels RC car, and then control it from your phone. In addition to free driving and a "treasure hunt" game you play by driving the car around.

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