Category: General|Feb 23, 2020 | Author: Admin

This Cybertruck sold out in a few hours

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Launched in December.

Launched in December.

Tesla's Cybertruck will not be launched this year (coming towards the end of 2021), but in December Mattel / Hot Wheels will launch a remote-controlled miniature version of the electric pickup.

Hot Wheels actually got help from Tesla to design the car. Here are the company's employees along with one of Tesla's designers:

Two sizes
The car will be sold under the Hot Wheels brand and comes in two variants. One is in the size ratio 1:64 and costs 20 dollars, ie about 180 kroner. It is described as a "radio-controlled hobby car capable of off-road and off-road terrain".

It comes with working lights both front and rear, and has two driving modes - "chill" and "sport". In fact, it also comes with a rear section that can be pulled out to make it a ramp.

Crushed route sticker
However, the crude model costs $ 400, around $ 3,700, and is a 1:10 scaled version of Cybertruck. It also comes with two driving speeds, and additionally has a sticker showing a broken route, a reference Cybertruck fans certainly understand.

Mattel states that the cars are produced in a limited edition and no more will be produced when the warehouse becomes empty. The most expensive model is already sold out, according to Mattel's website. The cars are not shipped to countries other than the USA and Canada.

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