Xray have today unveiled the 2023 edition of their 1:10 nitro touring car chassis the NT1. A big year for the nitro touring car class with the World Championship coming up in November in Thailand, the car features an all-new chassis with narrowed front suspension pivots to increase stability & traction. Hard composite suspension arms combined with the improved central chassis flex keeps the suspension geometry stable while the flex is transferred through chassis and radio plate to maintain traction. Lower down-stop mounting holders without the eccentric geometry make the car easier to set suspension down-stops. All-new front aluminium bulkheads accommodate new upper arm holder with adjustable flex. The redesigned front upper arm holder features new roll centre positions in all 9 positions. An ultra-compact and super lightweight receiver box moves the weight lower and closer to the centre of the chassis. The radio plate has new servo holders that move the throttle servo more rearwards, the steering servo more frontwards and receiver box to a more central location. A simplified aluminium 2-speed shaft holders eliminate unnecessary braces to make the chassis more flexible, while the wider positioning provide improved support for the 2 speed shaft. New rear aluminium bulkheads have a 2mm front/rear wheelbase adjustment for easy traction tuning depending on the track conditions, front position more traction, rear position more stability. Longer rear suspension pins allow a wide range of wheelbase adjustment.