Mercedes Maybach 6 Prototype Is World’s Most Powerful RC Car


Mercedes Benz Maybach RC Car

We were not expecting to see the Maybach 6 from Mercedes to be presented as it was at Pebble Beach. The massive long, sleek beast was something we’d have expected to be driven about by a professional who’d hop out and run on about how great of a ride it was. What we got instead was what may be the most expensive RC car ever driven.

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Mercedes-Benz unveiled its Vision 6 Maybach concept car at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance last weekend to great fanfare. It’s a huge, sleek, red gullwing coupe with an electric drivetrain and over 700 horsepower. And now, thanks to this video, we can see it’s controlled by a remote.

Marchettino, an Italy-based car-spotter, caught video of an official using a video game-like controller to move the car back and forth, and even turn the front wheels, all while the actual cabin stays empty. He uses the controls to position the car on the grass, and later, load it onto a trailer with ease. Continue Reading

image via YouTube/Marchettino

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