Mattel presented remote-controlled miniature versions of Cybertruck

The Tesla Cybertruck has been a cult since its first presentation. If you don’t want to wait until the Cybertruck is available in its original size, Mattle has announced two completely electric, remote-controlled versions of the Cybertruck. It is a limited edition.

There are two sizes to choose from, one at 1:64 scale that costs $20 and more closely resembles the experience that Hot Wheels has accustomed us to. The second model is at a 1:10 scale and stands out to be the most attractive not only for the size but for the number of options it offers. It is available at the price of $400 for passionate car enthusiasts.

A track-compatible 1:64 scale version.
A track-compatible 1:64 scale version.

The 1:10 scale version includes fully functional front and rear lights, as well as two driving modes: “chill” and “sport.” The vehicle comes with all-wheel drive, which means that even off-road and rugged terrain should not be a problem. Like its real counterpart, the remote-controlled pickup offers a rear ramp that slides automatically.

The entire body is made of plastic and can be completely removed to reveal interior and access internal rechargeable 9.9V, 3,300 mAh battery, and drivetrain system.

The small model is just 7.6 centimeters long; in principle, it is a normal Hot Wheels car. Unfortunately, Mattel will not offer a scale version of Cyberquad, the spectacular Tesla ATV that can be loaded with the Cybertruck.

Both models are available to pre-order now on Mattel’s website. Delivery is scheduled for December 2020, but remote-controlled cars are strictly limited and are already sold out (was available to anyone until sold out).


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