A quick look at the 2019 Prototypes the Hot Wheels Team displayed last night.

Alright time for a Hot Wheels Sneak Peek salad.  We start with a quick video of the 2019 basic, premium, and RLC prototypes the Hot Wheels Team brought to the RLC Party last night.  And that guy talking at the beginning?  That’s Designer Brendon Vetuskey.  He and I will be going in-depth on these for some upcoming videos on the Lamley YouTube Channel.  I promise you will love those.  But a quick look to start:

I also have two videos dropping tonight.  The first will be a showcase of the Finale model, which is an absolute beauty.  The second will be a live stream on the Lamley YouTube Channel of the HW Sneaks presentation at the Finale.  Be ready.

5 Replies to “A quick look at the 2019 Prototypes the Hot Wheels Team displayed last night.”

  1. Wow all of those new 2019 hotwheels coming out are all awesome.👍 I will be on the hunt for all of those and I can’t wait to add all of those to my hotwheels collection.👍

  2. Oh my goodness! This is the most exciting preview I have seen in some time! So much good stuff on the horizon! I am glad to see they are giving some much deserved attention to the ’80’s and to import sports cars and sporty cars, not just American muscle.

    So much to look forward to; Porsche 930 Turbo, ’94 993 and ’80’s 911 Polizei. ’88 Honda CRX and ’17 Civic Type R, ’18 Audi RS5 and hell YES… Ur-Quattro! The Lamborghini Huracán never looked better. Is that an upcoming Car Culture model? Also looking to be Car Culture upgrades are the Mercedes-AMG GT3, McLaren F1 GTR and all-new Acura NSX GT3. Stunning! I couldn’t be happier. That ’89 Nissan 300ZX (Z32) has been a long time coming and it looks perfect. The 1st gen Miata is most welcome as well. I cant believe I overlooked the McLaren Senna. Could it be because of the brown paint? LOL! At first pass I actually thought they were doing a Vector W8.

    Anyway, my favorite of the bunch has got to be the white Porsche 930 on the flatbed truck. Absolutely gorgeous! Is that an upcoming Car Culture Team Transport set?

    Keep up the great work Hot Wheels team!!!

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