Hot Wheels created a remote-controlled form of Tesla’s Cybertruck. It is accessible to preorder now and will come in two sizes: a 1:64 scale RC Cybertruck that costs $20 and a bigger one in 1:10 scale form that is for sale for $400. Deliveries start in December 2020, and it will be a limited edition, only accessible until they’re sold out, Mattel says.
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/KtlT7laUYE pic.twitter.com/mzVpmtjqWi— Hot Wheels (@Hot_Wheels) February 21, 2020
The 1:10 scale adaptation is depicted on Mattel’s site as a “hobby grade-radio-controlled vehicle that is off-road and rugged terrain capable.” It has working headlights and taillights, and two driving modes: “chill” and “game.” Just like the genuine Cybertruck, it has an extending back end that slides out into a stacking slope for the bed. Mattel says the body can be evacuated to uncover the “interior and access internal battery and drivetrain system.” The greater RC Cybertruck even accompanies a “cracked window vinyl sticker” in a gesture to the now-scandalous setback from the genuine truck’s huge uncover.
The 1:64 scale adaptation is the size of a standard Hot Wheels vehicle. It likewise has two driving rates yet less moving parts. The two forms were planned with assistance from Tesla.