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UK Tabloid Crashes Full-Size Remote-Control HUMMER H3

Remote Hummer H3 Crash
England’s Sun tabloid got a chance to test drive a new full-size, remote-control HUMMER H3 recently, and managed to lose control over the vehicle worth around $70,000 (USD). The HUMMER was designed by a team at Cranfield University in Bedfordshire under chief engineer Dr. James Brighton. “We’ve had lots of fun in the process creating the best radio-controlled vehicle ever,” he said.

And who better to test out the new remote HUMMER than a tabloid reporter? At least they had enough sense to video tape the test drive – although the HUMMER’s adventure into the bushes wasn’t caught on camera. Maybe next time.

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5 comments

  1. Maybe they should stick to the miniature versions in stores.

  2. georgieboysobota

    you should see the video on the site, when the HUMMER is pulled out of the bushes the only broken thing is the number/registration plate.

    heres the link to the site:

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/virals/article912260.ece

  3. Wow, that’s one tough truck.

  4. georgieboysobota

    ive just seen it on the news aswell