Get Yourself a Remote Controlled Tesla Cybertruck For $400

I’m feeling it … I really am. Can someone give me $400, please. There’s also a cheaper $20 version πŸ˜›

Taken from CNet … The angular, futuristic Tesla Cybertruck will set you back just shy of $40,000 when it goes on sale, but Mattel is ready to launch a Cybertruck for a hundredth of that, just $400. Or if that’s too rich for you still, there’s another model for $20 that fits on the classic orange Hot Wheels track. Granted, we are talking about two toy cars for you to play with, not ride in.

On Friday at the 2020 Toy Fair in New York, the toymaker announced two Tesla Cybertruck cars under its Hot Wheels line. Both are radio-controlled cars that let you essentially take the wheel of the vehicle later this year — before the actual Tesla Cybertruck even goes in production. 

 

 

The Limited Edition $400 model is for collectors and includes the most detail, designed to be a 10th of the size of the full truck. Working headlights and taillights are part of the package, and the vehicle even sports the wild tailgate that turns into a loading ramp. The Tesla ATV isn’t included, but Mattel is considering adding one. The larger model will run for 30 minutes on a full charge before needing to juice up. It can also drive in both Chill and Sport speed modes, traveling at 25 mph in all-wheel drive.

Source: CNet

 

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