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"During the last few days reports of a new Xray prototype touring car have been coming in from different parts of the world. The reports have come mostly from America, a bit strange with Xray being a European company. Seems they have done a good job of keeping it a secret! It is understood that there are 1 or 2 cars in USA and a few more in Europe, currently being tested by the Xray team drivers. The new prototypes will more than likely be run by the Xray team at the DHI Cup, this coming weekend in Denmark.
The T1 has been a very successful car for Xray and the latest version, the T1FK, has won Xray a lot of titles. Recently, the Factory Kit was also awarded "Best Electric TC" by Xtreme RC Cars Magazine. Xray has never been a company to stand still though, always testing new ideas. It has to be said that Xray tests a lot of prototype parts and not all of them makes it into production. However, according to those who have seen the prototype that's currently being tested, it has such significant changes that it must be considered likely that these are prototypes for a new kit.
Quite a few prototype parts was run at the World Championship in Florida but it would seem these were only intermediate parts. At the Worlds and at races after that, Xray team drivers have used new bulkheads and chassis'. These parts lowered the layshaft and moved the motor forward, further lowering the CG and centralizing the weight. The latest prototype has taken this even further by incorporating a totally new chassis layout. We understand that no one has actually been allowed to look at the cars but those that have seen a glimpse of it indicate that the battery is now located on the right side of the chassis and the motor on the left side, much like the Worlds winning TRF415 chassis. It is believed that the current prototypes use the same suspension as the FK. Whether a new suspension will be developed for the car when/if it is released is not yet known.
No detailed pictures of the prototype are available yet, and it remains to be seen if Xray will allow pictures to be taken at the DHI Cup. "