Air Hogs is a brand of remote-control vehicles manufactured by the Toronto-based Spin Master. British inventors John Dixon and Peter Manning created Air Hogs in 1996 after Spin Master asked them to refine their prototype of compressed air-powered toy planes. Other companies had s ... Read More een their prototype and rejected it, but Spin Master saw its potential. Air Hogs makes many remote-control cars for beginners as well as experienced remote-control drivers. They are for both indoor and outdoor use, and some of them can reach speeds of up to 20 miles per hour. Air Hogs also makes toy airplanes, including a sharp shooter, a stunt plane, and a gyroblade model. The Sharpshooter Tracer Fire features glowing missiles.