Hot Wheels' iPhone app controls the little Ken Block Fiesta radio controlled car.
Most remote control cars come with dual stick controllers, but Hot Wheels opens up many more driving options with its iPhone controller app.
Although a little clunky to set up, Hot Wheel's iNitro Speeders gives the option of using an iPhone to control its little remote control cars. The iPhone app includes the standard dual stick controller, but also lets you drive the car with the iPhone's accelerometer, choose a predefined driving pattern, or draw your own pattern.
The iNitro Speeders car is less than two inches long.
Hot Wheels sent us the iNitro Speeders kit with a Ken Block Fiesta car, one style of about eight. The Ken Block Fiesta is only 1 3/4 inches long, with a 1 inch width body. The body style is very close in look to the actual car on which it is based, but the wheels stick out far from the body.
The car comes with a carrying case that serves as charger and physical controller. This case has the dual stick controller setup, with forward and reverse on the left, and turning on the right.
Push the control stick forward, and the car takes off like a shot. ... [Read more]