Mattel has released two radio-controlled Hot Wheels Cybertrucks, and they are giving the real thing a run for its money. In fact, one even comes complete with reusable shattered window stickers so that the truck can be truly authentic.
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Taking the groundbreaking power and performance of the #Cybertruck and putting it all into a #HotWheels R/C. Available in a limited-edition 1:10 scale model and 1:64 model. Preorder now at https://t.co/KtlT7laUYEpic.twitter.com/mzVpmtjqWi— Hot Wheels (@Hot_Wheels) February 21, 2020
The toy Cybertruck is available in two versions: a 1:64 scale Cybertruck for $20, and a limited edition 1:10 version for $400.
The 1:64 version is 3-inches long, small enough to fit on the standard orange Hot Wheels plastic tracks and playsets. It comes complete with an electric motor, rechargeable battery, a wireless remote, and two driving modes: chill and sport.
The 1:10 version comes with more accurate detailing, such as the shattered window stickers. The stickers are a nod to the moment during the unveiling when the so-called shatterproof glass of the Cybertruck broke, much to Elon Musk's surprise.
The small truck also includes working headlights and taillights, all-wheel drive, a rear bed that can be opened and closed, and a telescopic tailgate that folds out into a loading ramp. Fully charged, it will run for about half an hour and has a top speed of around 25 miles per hour.
The Tesla team worked with Mattel on this project. The toy cars will be shipping in December but can be pre-ordered now. The cars are available for people in the U.S. and Canada.
Will you be getting your toy Cybetruck any time soon?