|商品尺寸||7 x 3 x 2.5 cm|
|型号 / 款式||Hot Wheels iD 69 Corvette Racer|
Hot Wheels id '69 Corvette 赛车 id '69 Corvette Racer “Multi”
- Hot Wheels iD die-cast cars provide a first-of-its kind mixed play experience; Hot Wheels iD takes vehicle play to a new level of pulse-pounding excitement
- This elegant die-cast toy car racing system lets kids and grown ups alike check their track speed and count laps with ideal Hot Wheels track and the Hot Wheels Race Portal
- There are a lot more Hot Wheels cars to build a garage of outrageous vehicles to race, jump, crash and compete (each sold separately and subject to availability)
- Pedal-to-the-metal never looked so sleek with Street Beasts Series 1 mini car collection of diecast cars; jump, crash and compete; unlock performance boosts, races and rad rewards
- Includes 1 x Hot Wheels iD 69 Corvette Racer;Race cars in insane digital races and level up with*mobile app; NFC-enabled device or Hot Wheels Race Portal (Each sold separately and subject to availability) required to scan in cars;Take it to the next level with the Hot Wheels iD Smart Track (Each sold separately and subject to availability)
Hot Wheels id is a unique system of play that blends the exhilaration of Hot Wheels racing with a safe, connected platform of creativity, experimentation and competition. It all starts with one-of-a-kind racers that have an embedded NFC chip giving each a unique identity. Download the*app and measure performance on a smart phone or tablet. Mini collection racers compatible with Hot Wheels id feature Speed Demons including Corvette C7R, SRT Viper GTS-R, 2016 Mercedes AMG GT; and Aston Martin One-77; as well as the Street Beasts: Howlin' Heat, Motosaurus, Shark Hammer 2.0 and Arachnorod. Each sold separately and subject to availability. Hot Wheels id is the revolutionary way to play with Hot Wheels vehicles and track. Great gift for ages 8 years and older. Colors and decorations may vary.
First problem, it needs NFC, kids only have iPad (2018) so no NFC, and they couldn’t scan the car in. So that’s a bummer. But they got a new game to play now so they were sort of happy.
Second Problem, the car I paid for, my kid “unlocked” for free in the app on second day of playing the free game. It feels the whole uniqueness concept is just a low end effort, and only assigning a VIN equivalent to the car but nothing else beyond that.
It would be awesome if these cars we pay for are not so easily unlocked on the app, it would make them a little special