The Sunshine State brought the heat for the Miami stop of the Legends tour with over 270 cars on display and nearly 4,000 fans. Hot Wheels designers Kevin Cao, Tyler Charest and celebrity car builder Alex Vega had the tough challenge of picking a winner from the amazing rides that rolled in. But the top prize went to Tony Batterson’s “Midieval 1,” a completely customized knight’s helmet that opens up to seat two. Fitted with a supercharger and plated snake-head exhaust pipes, this jaw-dropping build was finished with medieval weaponry detailing.
One finalist from each of the 15 cities will join Hot Wheels at SEMA 2018 in Las Vegas, where one lucky winner’s car will be immortalized as a Hot Wheels Legend and turned into a die-cast car that will be sold around the world. For more information, visit hotwheels.com/legendstour and follow the tour on the Hot Wheels Facebook and Instagram accounts, as well as with #HotWheelsLegends.