Part toy, part video game, all-out high-speed family fun. Anki DRIVE is a first-of- its-kind battle-racing game your whole family can enjoy on any floor in your home. Take command of real robot cars and fight friends to the finish line, or blast it out against self-controlled robots in a battle to be the last car standing. Add Corax to your collection to boost your offensive firepower.
Anki OVERDRIVE is now available, the next generation of robotic racing!
Part toy, part video game, Anki DRIVE is all-out high-speed family fun where you battle and race against friends or AI controlled vehicles
Add Corax to your lineup of Anki DRIVE robot cars for a powerful offensive upgrade
Anki DRIVE Starter Kit and a compatible iOS or Android device are required to play
Anki DRIVE - Toys and video games collide in a first-of-its-kind real-life robot battle-racing game.
Add CORAX to your lineup of Anki DRIVE robot cars for a powerful offensive upgrade.
STARTER KIT (sold separately) is required to play. Add CORAX to get more friends and family in on the battle-racing action.
Take control of CORAX using your iOS or Android device and battle up to three friends or self-controlled robot cars per game.
Use the free Anki DRIVE app to customize CORAX with exclusive upgrades, like his Universal Mount, which allows him to employ a second weapon for twice the firepower.
Product Information Specifications for Anki DRIVE Expansion Car, Corax (Previous Version) Below:
Now a new standard in 1/64th slot cars, the Mega-G chassis is up to 30% lighter than the competition, making it easily the lightest chassis you can buy. On top of that, Mega-Gs center of gravity is the lowest ever seen. So you get a car that is blindingly fast and nimble. And with a new short wheelbase version of the Mega-G, most of the rest of our popular bodies can benefit from the speed and handling of the most advanced chassis you can buy. The Porsche 956/962 body is a perfect example of what is possible with the Mega-G chassis. This has always been one of our most beautiful bodies. But because our old chassis' were larger, this body had to sit up at an unrealistic height. Criminal! Now, we can lowered the body and give you the full, realistic effect of this gorgeous race car. But don't forget, in addition to being the lowest, smallest chassis you can buy, the motor magnets are smaller yet more powerful than any we have ever made. All together, Mega-G delivers great top speed, acceleration and terrific handling.
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