According to foreign media reports,Mattel announced the launch of a remote control board Tesla Cyberluck toy through the Hot Wheels brand. The toy has now been ordered. There are two sizes available: 1:64 RC cybetruck for $20; 1:10 RC cybetruck for $400.
Whichever version is expected to be shipped in December, it is important to note that the toy is limited to distribution.
Among them, the 1:10 scale version is described on Mattel's website as "a hobby class radio controlled vehicle, which has the ability to cross-country and drive in rugged terrain." It has normal headlights and tail lights, and two driving modes, they are "chill" and "Sport". Like the real cyberrock, this version also has a retractable tailgate. Mattel said the body could be removed to view the car's internal battery and driveline. In addition, this RC cybetruck will also have a sticker with a cracked glass -- people who have seen cybetruck's press conference must know what kind of block this is. At that time, mask asked the staff to hit the window glass with a hammer in order to show the firmness of the electric pickup. To everyone's surprise, the glass cracked.
1: Version 64 is the typical size of a hot wheels car toy. It also has two driving speeds, with fewer moving parts than version 1:10. Both versions were designed with Tesla's help.
Now, cybetruck fans can experience the future of electric pickups without spending $40000 or more.