The kind of details you don't want, but I'll tell you anyways
The controller is smaller than usual and only uses two double a batteries instead of the typical four. I believe this change is due to the fact that there is a standalone USB cable to charge the car. Despite its smaller size, the controller still feels capable of controlling the car effectively.
The USB charging cable is an interesting and welcome addition. It's much more convenient for me to charge them separate of the controller and to not be utilizing the controller batteries to charge.
The charging port on this car is not compatible with the charging ports on the other controller charged cars. The retention tab on the cable end is off centered, preventing it from fitting into the ports on other cars.
Buzz's truck has a unique shape compared to most other cars. It is taller and shorter lengthwise, which changes its driving characteristics. In my experience, the truck is more prone to tipping over than other cars, even though it weighs almost 12% more.
The car may appear slightly slower than other cars, but this is not a negative aspect. In fact, I found it easier to drive than the other cars. It is still able to turn while driving at full speed, which is not the case for the other cars.
I like to keep these types of toys well organized, check out the article where I build a Gridfinity compatible 3D printed holder for these.