Guy converts toy into smallest remote controlled car in the world

This 1/150 scale model of a Toyota Crown is super small, but super cool.
  • This remote controlled car is a 1/150 scale replica of a Toyota Crown
  • It’s smaller than a person’s index finger
  • It had to be completely modified to work at the control of a remote

Published on Feb 16, 2024 at 6:07PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Feb 16, 2024 at 6:07PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Adam Gray

This man created the smallest remote controlled car ever seen.

It’s a 1/150 scale model of a Toyota Crown, and it must have taken some serious skill to put together.

In the video, we can see the craftsman painstakingly modifying the small car to make it run, adding on extra wheels and installing a motor, so that it can be driven with a remote.

It’s even smaller than half of an ordinary person’s index finger.

Then, the real technical stuff starts.

The car must be programmed to work with the remote, before the shell is replaced and the fun can begin.

Sure, it can’t cover much distance, and isn’t that fast compared to a lot of other remote controlled cars, but it’s still a thing of beauty.

After all, size isn’t everything.

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