The R/C 1:14 Scale 4×4 Forza Motorsport Chevrolet Corvette C8 | Source: New Bright

Kids may have to wait until November to play Forza Horizons 5, but they can get zoomin’ now with IRL versions of the cars.

While it might be a while until they have their licenses, New Bright makes the cars accessible for kids with a whole line of Forza R/C cars. Each one in the collection brings the excitement of Forza trail racing right into your driveway or backyard.

The collection is extensive with multiple versions of multiple cars. The 1:24 Scale R/C Forza Motorsport is available as a Corvette Stingray, Mustang Mach 1, and Bugatti Chiron. There’s also an R/C 1:14 Scale 4×4 Forza Buggy and an R/C 1:14 Scale 4×4 Forza Motorsport Chevrolet Corvette C8.

Translation for any non-car people: Cool cars in a compact size.

The 1:24 Scale R/C Forza Motorsport | Source: New Bright

Kids can take the smallest of the three — and also the most wallet-friendly at $11.99 — for trips around the house or around the block. The Forza Motorsport is scaled down to a version that could fit in a backpack, but it also features full-function radio control. Kids can run up to six similar R/Cs interference-free for the ultimate races.

Boasting a bit more power, the Forza Motorsport Corvette C8 features a 7.4V RTR battery that can be charged on any USB port. Kids get ultimate steering control with the all-wheel drive. It’s highly detailed and features an impact-resistant polycarbonate body, distinctive Forza graphics, and working headlights.

The R/C 1:14 Scale 4×4 Forza Buggy | Source: New Bright

The 4×4 Forza Buggy is built for muddier races. It can take on mazes of dust and dirt with all-wheel drive and full-function R/C capabilities at kids’ fingertips. It features huge tires, a metal spring suspension, and a semi-open cockpit. Just like the Forza Motorsport, up to six similar R/Cs can run at the same time interference-free.

Each of the cars in this collection comes with a free one-month subscription to the Xbox Game Pass Gold, so kids can start playing the video game as soon as it comes out. Until then — and even after the game comes out — kids can keep the fun off-screen with this collection!

About the author

Nicole Savas

Nicole Savas

As a kid, Nicole either wanted to be a professional toy player-wither or a writer. Somehow, as social media editor for The Toy Insider, The Toy Book, and The Pop Insider, she’s found a career as both. She's grateful to work somewhere that she can fully embrace both her love of teddy bears and her admiration for the Oxford comma. When she's not playing with toys at work, she's playing with her baby girl at home.