The remote control car comes with functioning headlights and taillights that perfectly replicate the angular design found on the full-sized Cybertruck, as well as an all-wheel-drive system with “Sport” and “Chill” modes controlled by the proportional steering system.
Elsewhere, Hot Wheels’ Cybertruck features a removable body to unveil the detailed interior and drivetrain system, as well as a telescopic tailgate that folds out into a loading ramp. Other details include a cracked window sticker, and that it can reach a top scale-speed of 250 MPH.
Joining the 1:10 collector’s R/C is a 1:64 iteration, which is equipped with a two-wheel-drive system that’s best suited to a Hot Wheels race track. Take a look at Hot Wheels’ Tesla Cybertruck in action in the video above, and pre-order both sizes now on the Mattel Creations website. The 1:10 version retails for $400 USD, while the 1:64 retails for $20 USD.
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