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After yesterday's pomp & circumstance surrounding the first published photo of XRAY's entry into 1/10th Offroad we can double down and provide you with another one!
From the two exterior photos we've seen, its clear that XRAY have based many of the features of their 10th scale on it's larger 8th scale cousin - an area where XRAY have had much success, and immediate results with the release of the XB9 earlier this year. Its clear that XRAY have designed the front end with kick up, which should help handling on European tracks which are not usually as smooth as some of the American ones. The body Juraj is using appears to be a Yokomo one and looking very closely on the left side of the car (right in the photo), you'll notice a very small HUDY logo - this may be a servo horn indicating a laydown position. As mentioned before though, the package looks well thought out, and the lack of visible prototype parts all hint towards a production-ready project.
A bit of a World Exclusive with the first published photo of XRAY's eagerly awaited 1/10 4WD buggy, after posting about lead XRAY designer Juraj Hudy's attendance at the Euros and smart tactics to avoid attention we managed to get our hands on the photo below. Its immediately clear that from the car looks production-ready judging by the parts we can see. The front end has quite an 1/8th buggy look about it, especially the gearbox - other than that we'll have to wait until more details or photos of the insides surface.
As we wrote yesterday our insiders got a quick look at the car; with an aluminium chassis, and an internal layout similar to that of the AE B44 buggy. The gearboxes look quite big, potentially suggesting an option of gear diffs as well as ball diffs, the car also has a carbon fibre top deck, incorporating some of the flex technology seen on other XRAY cars.
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