At Mattel's booth at Toy Fair in New York City, we were treated to a demo of Hot Wheels' new 1:10 size RC Tesla Cybertruck as well as its traditional 1:64 version.
The Tesla Cybertruck just got a lot more affordable.
At the 2020 Toy Fair in New York on Friday, Mattel revealed the Tesla Cybertruck remote-contolled Hot Wheels model.
It comes in two flavors, the Limited Edition seen here, and a smaller version the size of a regular Hot Wheels car.
The Limited Edition is a 1:10 scale model chock full of detail.
It has working headlights and taillights.
Mattel said it's made from very high quality materials, too, which will lead to super limited quantities, and a $400 price tag.
This toy will zip around for 30 minutes before needing a charge.
It even comes with a cracked windshield decal to commemorate the infamous Cybertruck window smashing during the real pickup's reveal.
As for the smaller version, it's a 1:64 scale model, but still has radio-control capability. It'll cost $20.
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