Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Cars 2 Zero Gravity Finn McMissile RC car unboxing review

Transitioning Zero-G Finn McMissile is part of Spin Master's Air Hogs R/C line. This remote-control car, based on the new character from Cars 2, drives around like a regular R/C car. But when you press a button on the remote, you can drive the car up the wall. Special suction allows the car to move along the wall. The car does not leave marks on the wall. It may not work on baseboards or ramps.. Also its an indoor RC car, which means if you play outdoors it may suck the dirt or sand and destroy the car! Other than that it's a really great, wicked awesome RC vehicle.

Spin Master will introduce a collection of over a dozen toys including RC vehicles featuring Zero Gravity technology, such as the Zero Gravity Finn McMissile vehicle. This British spy car not only zips across the floor, but its front wheels also allow it to transition up the wall to continue the adventure. Spin Master's Transitioning Zero Gravity Finn McMissile is scheduled to hit shelves in May with a suggested retail price of $39.99.

Finn McMissile brings the spy game to a whole new level!
Recreate action filled scenes from the movie as Finn McMissile gets vertical.
Drive him on the ground, transition to the wall and back again!
With his gravity defying spy gear, Finn McMissile can go where no other RC has ever been!

High-octane adventure continues with the release of Disney/Pixar's Cars 2 on June 24, 2011. Lightning McQueen and Mater head to the World Grand Prix where they get caught up in international espionage. Spin Master brings the racing action from the movie into your living room with a new line of movie-inspired toys.

Finn is a master British spy. Though charming and eloquent, it's his stealth maneuvering, intelligence and years in the field that enable him to thwart unexpected attacks from bad guys, making quick daredevil escapes. Finn's design is sleek and timeless, but he is also prepared for any tricky situation with an arsenal of ultra-cool gadgets and weaponry, including front and rear grappling hooks, a missile launcher, deployable magnetic explosives and a holographic disguise emitter. As a seasoned professional in the game of international espionage, Finn believes there's a conspiracy brewing during the World Grand Prix. His clandestine work surrounding the global exhibition race puts him on a collision course with Tow Mater, whom he mistakes for an undercover American agent with a genius disguise. His license plate is 314 FMCM, wich includes a reference to his initials. The number 314 is his voice actor Michael Caine's birthday (March 14) The design of Finn is inspired by the ultimate spy car, James Bond's silver 1964 Aston Martin DB5. The look of the car has been slightly tweaked -- Finn has a different grill -- but like James Bond, he does have plenty of gadgets.

Cars 2 Zero-Gravity Finn McMissile from Spin Master Air Hogs
Zero Gravity Finn McMissile Remote Control Car Drives Up Walls

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