OK Santa, Here's What I Want for Christmas: The Nissan GT-R RC Car

Radio controlled cars have always been extremely attractive to both kids and adults, especially if we're talking about high-quality replicas of real models. Well, in case you're a Nissan aficionado you can't miss such a thing: the Nissan GT-R RC Car is a radio controlled car designed by the Japanese company Tamiya and looking exactly like the sports car released by Nissan in 2007.

Unfortunately, there are only a few details available at the time of writing this article but what we know is that the RC car will be released in November, with pre-orders already available. The 1/10th scale car will be sold for 25,800 yen ($256.34 or 195.24 euros).

Similar to other radio-controlled cars, the Nissan GT-R will probably feature a rechargeable Ni-Mh battery while the remote will be most likely powered by several AA/R6 batteries. However, we're pretty sure that batteries won't be included in the package, just like the other RC cars sold by Tamyia.

And because we're talking about the other models sold by the Japanese company, Tamyia's catalog also include the Nissan Fairlady Z RC version packing almost the same features as the Nissan GT-R but with obviously different dimensions and design.

“The polycarbonate body accurately reproduces the beautiful aero dynamic form of this Fairlady Z which bears the name of Nissan’s motorsports and performance division NISMO. The assembled model set includes a wheel type transmitter, a battery and a compatible charger (Japan only), and LED lights are also included for both 2 headlights (White) and 2 taillights (Red) to provide great realism for its black body,” Tamyia wrote about the Nissan Fairlady model.
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About the author: Bogdan Popa
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Bogdan keeps an eye on how technology is taking over the car world. His long-term goals are buying an 18-wheeler because he needs more space for his kid’s toys, and convincing Google and Apple that Android Auto and CarPlay deserve at least as much attention as their phones.
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