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Hot Wheels Legends Tour is making a virtual stop Saturday

UPDATED: Thu., May 14, 2020

Fans across the country are getting the opportunity to virtually join the excitement of the annual Hot Wheels Legends Tour with the brand’s first-ever view-from-home tour stop hosted by Hoonigan as part of the search for its next die-cast car.

Fans, families and vehicle enthusiasts can join Hot Wheels in celebrating its 52nd year by taking part in the Hot Wheels Legends Tour by tuning into a live virtual stop on Hoonigan’s YouTube Channel or Hot Wheels’ Facebook Page on Saturday.

Starting at 9 a.m., viewers can watch live judging from a panel consisting of motorsports athlete Colette Davis, Hoonigan auto experts and Hot Wheels designers.

The finalist from the Hot Wheels Legends Tour virtual stop will join all other Legends Tour finalists at the SEMA Auto Show in Las Vegas in November for a chance to have their car immortalized as a Hot Wheels die-cast.

The Hot Wheels Legends Tour, now in its third year, is an international search for the next fan-made custom car to be made into a Hot Wheels die-cast toy. The Hot Wheels Legends Tour is in partnership with Hoonigan, Walmart, Dickies, A&W Root Beer, American Honda, Dynacraft Wheels and presenting sponsor Mobil 1.

In addition to the semifinalist, Honda and Mobil 1 will honor added cars. Honda is bringing the Honda Super Tuner Legends Series – the exclusive custom-tuner part of the Hot Wheels Legends Tour – to the Saturday morning digital tour stop.

The Legends Tour digital stop will feature select custom-tuned Honda vehicles where one custom-tuned Honda vehicle will be selected as a “Honda Super Tuner Finalist” – with the ultimate “Honda Super Tuner” winner to be revealed at the end of the Legends Tour.

One car will be voted in as the Mobil 1 Fan Favorite to potentially join the ranks at SEMA as a wildcard for the final round. For more information, go to

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