It is a rear-wheel drive buggy chassis that pursues the feeling of a real car, such as a chassis that combines a roll cage with a lower deck and a suspension configuration. A structure in which the driving battery is placed vertically and the motor is mounted at the rear end of the vehicle body to apply sufficient load to the drive wheels. A ball differential is built into the closed gearbox. The suspension consists of double wishbones with upper and lower A-arms with an attack angle of 25 degrees at the front, and trailing arms with adjustable alignment at the rear. Equipped with four high-performance, high-quality aluminum cylinder aeration oil dampers. In addition, the rear roll cage can be flipped up by removing the screws, and the maintenance around the motor is also good.