Three months after the highly-anticipated reveal of the all-electric futuristic-looking truck, Mattel's Hot Wheels brand announced at the New York Toy Fair Friday that it is introducing two radio-control toy versions.
You know the one that Elon Musk invented, then battered a rock through the supposedly unbreakable windows of?
Incidentally, this means you can no longer get your hands on the larger one until - if they decide to at all - they make another run of them.
The 1:64 model of the Cybertruck is barely three inches, however it may be used on any Hot Wheels observe, and it exclusively prices $20.00.
The most expensive version of the truck, the Tri Motor AWDrive will be able to carry 3,500 pounds, tow up to 14,000 pounds and go from zero to 60 in 2.9 seconds. The limited-edition duo is set to hit the market in December--just in time for the holiday gift-giving season.
So, what is so good about them? The model is said to be "off-road and rugged terrain capable", according to Mattel's website. The auto has functioning headlights and taillights, and two driving modes, i.e., chill and sport. Both RC Cybertrucks have two speeds, but the bigger model also has additional features, including the telescoping tailgate that will be a key feature of the real thing.
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As you might expect, the larger of the two models with a few more tricks up its sleeve.
Apparently, should you so desire, you can also lift off the bodywork to see how it all works underneath there.
And they may give hobbyists a little bit of a preview of the Tesla Cybertruck - both were designed with help from the electric vehicle maker. Interestingly, there is a reusable cracked window vinyl sticker available with the toy.
Now, Cybertruck fans can get a taste of that cyberpunk truck future without dropping $40,000 or more.
There'll be a decent few takers, given that the Cybertruck has become a viral sensation ever since it was revealed back in November previous year.
So, if you want a part of the action, you'd better get in before they're all gone.