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Penelope's RC car's Thief Meter

Radio-controlled (RC) cars are self-powered model cars or trucks that can be controlled from a distance using a specialized transmitter or remote. In the Sly Cooper series, they are used by the Cooper Gang to complete objectives during jobs or heists. Many types of RC car are used, varying from a simple vehicle that can only drive, to being able to shoot, boost, and ram other RC cars.


Sly 2: Band of ThievesEdit

The first RC car was used by Murray in the mission "RC Combat Club." He used the tank-like vehicle in a competition, and defeated the other competing car, winning the location of the Northern Lights Battery.

Sly 3: Honor Among ThievesEdit

An RC car was used by Penelope in China to split bamboo shoots so that Sly Cooper could get to a reformed Panda King, and used it again to chase a fuse down a gunpowder line in order to save Murray from General Tsao's men. In Tsao's palace it was used to destroy security nodes so that Penelope and Murray could gain access to Tsao's treasure, and in Blood Bath Bay it was used to retrieve pieces of a shattered information satellite. She uses it one last time on Kaine Island to destroy automated turrets so Sly could later retrieve his cane.

The RC car included a turret and had a flower on top of its antenna for decoration. The turret was removed by Bentley and added to his Grapple-Cam. On Kaine Island, Penelope adds bumpers to her Car in order to bump cars off of the track that ran around the island.

If the car is destroyed, Penelope will comment on how she has spare cars.

Sly Cooper: Thieves in TimeEdit

Since Penelope disappears before the beginning of Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time (it is later revealed that she has betrayed the Cooper Gang and became the Black Knight) Bentley has to take up the responsibility of RC driver. He uses his RC car in several situations, such as tailing El Jefe in "Tiger Tail" or traveling through vents in "Saloon Bug" and "All Rolled Up!."

The vehicle has a turret, as well as the ability to equip disguises, such as a chicken, to trick guards into ignoring it.