American R/C enthusiast Nic Case’s ‘Bullet’ car has set a new speed record on its way to becoming the world’s fastest remote-controlled car. The Bullet car can hit a phenomenal 304 km/h. This figure is all the more impressive when you consider that the Jaguar F-Type R Coupe sports car can only muster a top speed of 299 km/h.
Case has held the record and broken it himself multiple times in the past, and decided to do so once again with the aptly-named Bullet. The Bullet doesn’t even look like a car and looks more like a spaceship, and is barely visible as it zips along the test track at breakneck speed on its way to becoming Case’s—and the world’s—fastest remote-controlled car yet.
While many other high-speed remote-controlled cars are commercially available, the Bullet isn’t.