The car has basically the same features as a regular RC toy, with rechargeable batteries providing up to one hour of continuous use. The controller is powered by 8 AA batteries, not included in the package, but support an operating range of up to 30 meters.
The top features include the already-mentioned controller video display (2.4-inch TFT LCD), the two fully functional headlights (both of them remotely controlled) and the laser fire button which allows you play lasertag with your friends. And besides all, the remote controller includes an AV out port that lets you connect a video camera and record the images sent by the car-mounted transmitter.
The cars are tri-band capable, which means you can easily use three cars at the same time without the risk of interferences, a problem which usually occurs on low-cost RC cars.
Buying the whole package also brings you a mono earphone, an AC charger, a 9.6V 700mAh Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack for the car, an antenna for the remote and a mandatory English user manual. All of these available for as low as 90 bucks, a decent price taking into account that the sportscar provides features such as video transmitters and LCD displays.
If you want to see more photos with the car and its accessories, check out the gallery published below the article.