It's another case of 'anything you can do I can do better' with Lexus showing Honda how to use toys to more effectively sell a car. We of course loved Honda's use of our favourite '80s toys to hawk a Civic, but using a one-tenth-scale remote control version of a Lexus RC F to sell the real thing is inspired. And we're just going to assume that the real version is just as easy to drift-park in tight spots as the smaller RC model is.
Lexus Is Using Drifting RC Car Stunts To Convince You To Buy A Car
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