Takara Tomy has just unveiled the second-generation of Q-Steer cars, called the Choro-Q. What’s new? You can now control them with your cell phone or any other IR-enabled device. Video after the jump.

It’s just 1.5 inches (40mm) long, and although it doesn’t have proportional steering, the mini-car can zip around your kitchen floor with considerable controllability

[via AkihabaraGizmodo]

Takara Tomy has just unveiled the second-generation of Q-Steer cars, called the Choro-Q. What’s new? You can now control them with your cell phone or any other IR-enabled device. Video after the jump.

It’s just 1.5 inches (40mm) long, and although it doesn’t have proportional steering, the mini-car can zip around your kitchen floor with considerable controllability

[via AkihabaraGizmodo]