Mattel has reported a Hot Wheels-marked remote-controlled adaptation of Tesla’s Cybertruck. It is accessible to preorder now and will come in two sizes: there’s a 1:64 scale RC Cybertruck that costs $20 and an a lot greater 1:10 scale form that runs for $400. Both are required to deliver in December 2020, yet they’re constrained versions and may be accessible until they’re sold out, Mattel says.
The 1:10 scale variant is portrayed on Mattel’s site as a “diversion level radio-controlled vehicle that is rough terrain and tough landscape skilled.” It has working headlights and taillights, and two driving modes: “chill” and “game.”
It is similar to the genuine Cybertruck, it has an extending back end that slides out into a stacking incline for the bed. Mattel says the body can be expelled to uncover the inside and get to inner battery and drivetrain framework.
The 1:64 scale form is the size of a run of the mill Hot Wheels vehicle. It additionally has two driving paces yet less moving parts. The two renditions were structured with assistance from Tesla.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has since quite a while ago said that his organization would fabricate an electric pickup truck. In any case, as he drew nearer to uncovering the vehicle, he continued prodding that it would have a “cutting edge like cyberpunk, Blade Runner” structure.
Musk also mentioned that on that when the Cybertruck was reported in November 2019. The unmistakable steel-clad truck he turned out in front of an audience was not normal for fundamentally some other pickup truck out and about, which was basically the general purpose.
The Cybertruck turned into a viral sensation, and Tesla has even gathered a huge number of refundable $100 stores for the vehicle, inferring that there’s probably some interest for a cutting edge looking pickup truck that can likewise do pickup truck-y things.