Which RC Car Is Used in Home Alone 3?

The RC cars used in the third installment of the Home Alone franchise, Home Alone 3, were a combination of real remote control cars and models created through CGI. Though specific models are unknown, several RC car fans have noted their similarities to the Nikko VaporizR 2 and the Tamiya Fox.

The Nikko VaporizR 2 is a 1:10 scale nitro-powered remote control car released in 2007. It has adjustable suspension, an anti-skid differential, and reinforced shock absorbers that make it a powerful off-road vehicle. It can reach speeds of up to 40 mph and is capable of performing stunts like jumps and spins.

The Tamiya Fox is an electric powered remote control car released in 1997. It has an aerodynamic body design with a low center of gravity that allows it to reach speeds of up to 50 mph. It also features adjustable suspension that makes it suitable for off-roading.


Though the exact models used in Home Alone 3 remain unknown, many experts believe they were based on the Nikko VaporizR 2 and the Tamiya Fox due to their similar features and capabilities. Both are powerful remote control cars that are capable of reaching high speeds and performing stunts.

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Karen Watkins