Remote control cars are great fun, whether you’re racing round the home or out in the open. And modern versions are more advanced than ever, as they get easier to use and faster, with better handling. So we tested eight radio-controlled cars to find the best all-rounder.
We tried our cars on a mixture of surfaces. Different cars are designed to work on different terrain, but we tried all of them on tarmac, as well grass and gravel, and top marks went to true all-rounders. Quick set-up was key, as were quality and practical factors such as ease of recharging the batteries. But above all, we were looking for fun.
Tamiya’s Neo Fighter Buggy DT-03 is the best all-rounder in our test, and edges the brand’s Ford Zakspeed Capri. Revellutions’ Metal Blaster completes the podium places, finishing in third.
1. Tamiya Neo Fighter Buggy DT-03
2. Tamiya Ford Zakspeed Capri GR Würth
3. Revellutions Metal Blaster