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In Spain there is a saying that goes, “The more sugar, the sweeter”. Obvious, isn’t it?
With the Sugar Rush series, Hot Wheels intends to follow this concept. It was launched in 1999 and has never seen the light again. In addition, the number of cars that were incorporated was limited to 4 models. But, what models, they are incredible!

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    Amazing and sweet cars…

    It includes the 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner, the Jaguar XK8, the Toyota Celica Pikes Peak and the Dodge Concept Car. As we can see, in this series they have chosen two American cars, one European and one Japanese.
    But where is the sugar in these cars? The cars themselves are the sugar that Hot Wheels people put in the title of the series. It’s a metaphor.
    They are cars with a lot of history, the Plymouth Roadrunner has appeared in many Hollywood movies, so much so that it is considered one of the crown jewels of American motoring. The Jaguar XK8, a convertible V8, was in fact the first V8 to be launched by Jaguar. In addition to these, they also launched the Dodge Concept Car, which was originally named Dodge Copperhead, but DaimlerChrysler began to refer to it as Concept Car, which having a lower than usual center of gravity, makes it an ideal car for racing.
    And finally, Friki Monkey’s favourite, for all that this car has meant, a reference in many sectors of motoring. From the most tuning sector, to the most Racing, this car has been an object of desire for many fans of the four wheels. The Toyota Celica Pikes Peak is ideal for climbing mountains and ending with a time trial of scandal, its large wing leaves it stuck to the ground.
    If none of these four cars convince you, we encourage you to continue looking for yours in these other series like Hot Wheels James Bond Series, Hot Wheels Redline or in the general category Hot Wheels Sets.
    In Spain there is a saying that goes “The more sugar, the sweeter”. Obvious, isn’t it?
    With the Sugar Rush series, Hot Wheels aims to follow this concept. It was launched in 1999 and has never seen the light again. In addition, the number of cars that were incorporated was limited to 4 models. But, what models, they are incredible!
    It includes the 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner, the Jaguar XK8, the Toyota Celica Pikes Peak and the Dodge Concept Car. As we can see, in this series they have chosen two American cars, one European and one Japanese.
    But where is the sugar in these cars? The cars themselves are the sugar that Hot Wheels people put in the title of the series. It’s a metaphor.
    They are cars with a lot of history, the Plymouth Roadrunner has appeared in many Hollywood movies, so much so that it is considered one of the crown jewels of American motoring. The Jaguar XK8, a convertible V8, was in fact the first V8 to be launched by Jaguar. In addition to these, they also launched the Dodge Concept Car, which was originally named Dodge Copperhead, but DaimlerChrysler began to refer to it as Concept Car, which having a lower than usual center of gravity, makes it an ideal car for racing.
    And finally, Friki Monkey’s favourite, for all that this car has meant, a reference in many sectors of motoring. From the most tuning sector, to the most Racing, this car has been an object of desire for many fans of the four wheels. The Toyota Celica Pikes Peak is ideal for climbing mountains and ending with a time trial of scandal, its large wing leaves it stuck to the ground.
    If none of these four cars convince you, we encourage you to continue looking for yours in these other series like Hot Wheels James Bond Series, Hot Wheels Redline or in the general category Hot Wheels Sets.

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