iPhone–controlled RC vehicles are a dime a dozen these days. But, ones as tiny as a standard Hot Wheels car? Those are little more rare. In fact, we only know of one such product — iNitro Speeders from Mattel. The radio-controlled Hot Wheels racers wont hit 100MPH, but it also won’t decimate your bank account. The itty-bitty Mustang GT we tried out is, after all, just a toy — and not the kind that bored rich men buy themselves. It’s plastic, relatively cheap ($33) and designed to work with every kid’s favorite touchscreen device, the iPhone. So, how is one of the premiere brands of die cast cars keeping up in the smartphone age? Keep reading after the break to find out.
Gallery: Hot Wheels iNitro Speeders hands-on