We remember spending hours setting up Hot Wheels tracks as kids. That tedious planning paid off when we sent a die-cast Mustang soaring over a collection of our sister’s Barbie dolls, like Evel Knievel was piloting the toy car. While we don’t break out the bin of Hot Wheels these days, we like to reminisce every now and then, and Hot Wheels, a coming release from Assouline, is just the spark we need. The book charts the history of the popular toy cars, from their inception in 1968 through the more than 10,000,000 Hot Wheels produced. With a forward from Mario Andretti, Hot Wheels tackles collectibility, production techniques, and more of what makes the cars the number-one toy in the world.