Hot Wheels RC Tesla Cybertruck is a must have!
Elon musk surprised the world last year with the unveiling the Tesla Cybertruck, a high-end electric pick-up has been in the works at Tesla since 2013. It is at the unveiling event that Musk confirmed the deliveries of the Cybertruck will happen only in late 2021. However, if you can't wait that long, Hot Wheels has the answer for you. The popular scale model manufacturer has made two versions of the Tesla Cybertruck that will be available as 1:10 and 1:64 scale models. Both of which will be available later this year.
Starting with the larger $400 (Approx. Rs. 30,018) 1:10 scale model, this one can reach a maximum speed of 25mph with the help of all-wheel drive. This one makes use of a 9.9V and a 3300mAh rechargeable battery Yes, it's no simple toy but a seriously specced scale model of the Tesla Cybertruck that mimics all the possible details from the real life version. The scale model also gets fully functioning lights along with an tailgate that doubles up as a loading ramp. Even the cabin gets all the details from the larger offering. Hot Wheels is also offering a vinyl of the cracked window sticker, which basically recreated the moment when Elon Musk asked one of the lead members to test the impact strength of the window.
If you don't want to spend that much, Hot Wheels has a $20 (approx. Rs 1,500) version was well. The version of the scale model too can be remote controlled that measures 3inch in length. Unlike its larger sibling, this one is a two-wheel drive model for obvious reasons. This pint size Cybertruck can reach a maximum speed of 500mph. The RC controller also acts as a charger for the batteries of the truck. How Wheels also mentions that the smaller Cybertruck's compact dimensions make it possible to be fitted on its popular orange track system, which will give you the flexibility to race the Cybertruck on straightaways and loop-the-loops. Interested already, go ahead pre-book yours here.
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