Tesla is still months away before it begins rolling out the Cybertruck. But whether you love it or hate it, the all-electric pick-up truck is not only eye-catching, it has the specs, and the features that go along with the vehicle.
But what if you wanted a smaller version of the pick-up truck that you can play with? Hot Wheels has got what you need.
This is the 1:10 scale Hot Wheels R/C Tesla Cybertruck, a limited edition remote-controlled pick-up. From its unmistakble wedge-shaped exterior, huge bed at the back, as well as the all-terrain tires, this recreation of Tesla's upcoming pick-up truck looks like the real thing.
It has fully-functioning headlights and taillights, all-wheel drive capability, a tonneau cover for the back, a telescopic tailgate that folds out into a loading ramp, and a reusable cracked window vinyl sticker which pokes fun at Tesla when they threw a metal ball at the supposedly bullet-resistant windows. The truck's plastic body is also removable which will allow users to access the interior, internal battery, as well as the drivetrain.
How much will this particular Hot Wheels cost? Be prepared to set aside a whopping $400 (about PhP 20,413) in case you do plan on getting one. Sadly, stocks of the 1:10 Tesla Cybertruck are already sold out and there is no word yet if Hot Wheels will make more.
Too expensive? Well if you prefer something a bit more affordable (not to mention smaller), there's the 1:64 scale of the Hot Wheels Tesla Cybertruck. It comes in the classic size that we all know and love, which means it can fit on the iconic Hot Wheels orange race track in either Chill or Sport mode.
Like its bigger sibling, the 3-inch Cybertruck features the eye-catching design of the real thing and is radio-controlled. Unlike the 1:10 scale's monumental $400 price tag, the smaller version is priced at just $20 (about PhP 1,020). The 1:64 scale will be available for shipping beginning December 15, 2020.