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Anki Drive Adds Two New Cars and Tracks, Plus Race Mode

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After making a splash onto the scene after being featured on stage at last year’s WWDC, Anki Drive has announced an update to their iOS-controlled race car system.

Two new cars have arrived: Corax and Hadion. The former can arm multiple weapons while the latter is the only car that comes with Turbo Boost. Each of these cars will retail for $69 and will soon hit stores.

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Two new tracks have been added today too: Crossroads and Bottleneck. The former has an intersection while the latter adds a bottleneck shape along the straightaway. These will cost you $99, available May 6.

Lastly, there’s new Race Mode being added to Anki DRIVE sessions, which lets you race against friends in laps, with the first to hit 15, 30 or 45 laps will win it all. This is available for free in an update today to the Anki Drive iOS app.

You can read our full review of Anki Drive here and also watch the video below by @MeadorsMusings:

You can check out the Anki Drive Starter Kit for iPhone from Amazon or at your local Apple Store.

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