Hot Wheels drag cars are just famous everywhere. Drag cars are typical with muscle cars and Hot Wheels has a lot of them. As we all know, Hot Wheels has produced numerous toy cars over the years, including tons of muscle cars. Hot Wheels cars are not just for collections, some of the collectors use the Hot Wheels cars for actual car race, using tracks and everything. If you want to know which Hot Wheels drag cars mostly use for the actual Hot Wheels race, below is the list.
Dodge Charger Daytona (1969)
Dodge Charger Daytona is one of the cars for Hot Wheels to make multiple appearances in the series. In 2013, the casting toy of ’69 Dodge Charger Daytona is produced once again after a decade of retirement. The Dodge Daytona is probably very popular now because it is the car driven by Vin Diesel in Fast and Furious. Besides of that, people still love this muscle car for its strong casting design, anti scratch feature, and its grand-looking wheels. Today, one of the most famous drag cars in Hot Wheels universe is this classic Dodge.
Hot Wheels Chevy Camaro Special Edition (2013)
This Hot Wheels is not so classic but surely famous. This toy car has red line tires, very similar to the ral vehicle in the real life. This Hot Wheels toy has bright and shiny paint along with the Hot Wheels badge. The best thing about this Hot Wheels is that you can choose between the V6 type and V8 type. You can also choose between the coupe Chevy Camaro or the convertible one. Choose whichever you love the most to go the drag race.
Toyota 2000 GT
This supercar is very well known in Japan as well as in the USA. The red car is surely made into a Hot Wheels. Today, it is famous as one of the most-used Hot Wheels cars for drag race. The toy car is reported to be strong and durable. It is also light and thus allowing the toy car to enhance its speed during a race.
Those are several drag cars in Hot Wheels that are mostly used in actual Hot Wheels drag race. Beside three of the toy cars above, surely Hot Wheels still has arrays of drag cars that you can find both online or in the stores. To this day, Hot Wheels Drag Cars are still one of the types of Hot Wheels sought by collectors.