In this video Ofna tests the new H4e pro touring car. The Hobao H4e retains the standard touring car layout with a rear mounted motor and side located battery pack. But it features some interesting design ideas with what appear to be diagonally-split front and rear aluminum bulkheads, tough looking suspension mounts, floating servo brace and closed-design lower A-arms. The front end sports dual CVA jointed drive shafts with aluminum bearings inserts while the big bore shock absorbers are equipped with large diameter shock springs. The anti-roll bars are of a sold-centering design and the car sports turquoise-colored aluminum parts which are very distinctive. An interesting detail are the reverse-style front steering knuckles that are often found on 4WD electric buggies with touring cars normally using conventional C-hubs and captured steering knuckles.