Synkro 1/64 scale die-cast toy car.
1st Edition Hot Wheels Car
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Hot Wheels Acceleracers Synkro Cars
FIRST EDITION ACCELERACERS CAR
2005 Hot Wheels Teku Synkro Cars
Hot Wheels Synkro is a 1/64 scale die-cast toy car from the original 2005 Hot Wheels Acceleracers series and is car #3 of the Teku line and # G8093 in the Hot Wheels collection. The Orange colored Synkro sports White, Black, and Blue flames and was designed by Mattel Designer Nathan Proch. The Synkro was made in 12 different versions from 2005 to 2018.
Like any Teku car, Synkro has HID headlamps, speakers, and glossy, metal-flaked paint. This car has 3 subwoofers and 3 tweeters. Synkro has a 500hp fuel-injected twin-turbocharged rotary engine with BOV valves with an intercooler pushing 620ft/lb of torque to the 7-speed transmission which is synchronized in a straight line (Nolo shifted up by pushing the shifter forward and down-shifted by pulling the shifter backward) this is what gave Synkro its name. The 7-speed transmission and engine are what gives Synkro a top speed of 273 mph in 10.3 seconds. The oil filter and turbo are shown above the hood. The cockpit has a computer on the dashboard. This car has a carbon-fiber body with coilovers and an aluminum monocoque chassis with 20″ wheels hooked with carbon-ceramic 19″ ABS brakes with 8 piston calipers, allowing Synkro to stop on a dime. Like all Teku cars, this car has blue colored under glow neon
In the Acceleracers cartoons, the car is driven by Nolo Passaro.
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Hot Wheels Teku Synkro
Teku consists of 9 different models and is part of the Acceleracers series of Hot Wheels Toy cars manufactured by the Mattel Toy Company in El Segundo California. Acceleracers were introduced by Mattel in 2004 and were distributed through retail sales as part of a promotion by McDonald’s and Warner Brothers.