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Hot Wheels id Buyer's Guide

Welcome to the Hot Wheels id Buyer's Guide, a resource for finding out which cars are available in the series, how many of them exist, what is the value of each car, and more.

If you're new to Hot Wheels id, you can find out more about the system here. If you have an iD car and want to see it in the app, you'll need to scan it into your virtual garage.The table below lists all of the cars that are currently in the Hot Wheels id series. You can use the filters on the left to narrow down your search. In this article, we’ll go through everything you need to know about Hot Wheels Id.

Hot Wheels Id App

In case you don’t know what Hot Wheels Id is, let me explain. Hot Wheels Id is a new set of diecast cars from Mattel. These cars are unique because each car has a unique code that you can scan with your mobile phone using the Hot Wheels Id App.

This way, the app will be able to track all your cars and give you extra racing fun. Every Hot Wheels Id Car is sold with a Smart Track piece, which unlocks exclusive content in the app. Some of the cars also have codes on their packaging that can be scanned to get extra content in the app.

There are several different types of Hot Wheels Id cars available. Here's what you need to know about each of them:

Smart Track Challenge Cars: These cars come with an exclusive challenge that you can complete in the app. There are currently two sets — The Track and Launch Pack, which includes the Bone Shaker and '85 Honda City Turbo II, and the Race Crate, which includes the '68 Mustang Fastback and Nissan Skyline GT-R (BNR32). The latter has a code on the packaging that unlocks a mini-game where you can jump your car off a ramp and see how far you can make it go.

Regular Smart Track Cars: These cars don't come with any special challenges. You can still use them on your Hot Wheels id track pieces, though. Currently, there are four regular Smart Track Cars available — Fast Fish, '70 Ford Escort RS1600, Corvette Grand Sport Roadster and Twin Mill III.

Track Stars: These cars aren't sold with Smart Track pieces and don't have NFC chips embedded

Hot Wheels™ id is a unique digital racing system that boosts the competitive spirit of Hot Wheels® play. The technology behind Hot Wheels™ id unlocks performance data, faster speeds, and challenges in an augmented racing reality. Hot Wheels™ id tracks speed, distance, and reaction time for each race to improve driving performance. Vehicles are equipped with Bluetooth Smart-enabled technology.

A smartphone app is required to unlock and play with Hot Wheels™ id vehicles. Compatible devices include: iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone SE, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPad Pro (12”), iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4 (iOS 11 or later)

What are Hot Wheels ID cars?

Hot Wheels ID is a new system that works with track sets and an app. The cars have tiny RFID chips in them, and the track sets have scanners that read the IDs of the cars as they speed around the track. The app then keeps track of all your car's stats, like how fast it goes, how many laps it's completed, and more. You can also race your cars against other people or challenge yourself to beat your own records.

A whole line of Hot Wheels ID cars are available for purchase to use with the system. These cars come pre-loaded with virtual speed points that can be used to upgrade your car's performance in the app. Like any toy line, Hot Wheels comes with its share of accessories. And while they're not necessary to play with the cars, they can enhance the experience. There are also some carry cases and storage solutions.

The easiest way to buy accessories is by visiting the Hot Wheels website, which has an ID section. It's there you'll find all the track builder pieces, as well as carrying cases for your cars and toys that interact with them via NFC. The track builder pieces sell for about $4 each, and a pack of three small cars is $8. On Amazon, you'll find large sets — such as one including a motorized car launcher and two-lane race track — for anywhere from $20 to $50.