Tesla's Cybertruck is not a budget-friendly electric vehicle for most EV fans. However, the giant EV manufacturer decided to collaborate with Hot Wheels to release a more affordable version of its popular Cybertruck.

This Tiny Cybertruck is Cheap But You Can't Drive It: Here are Mattel's Hot Wheels Version's Details
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This Tiny Cybertruck is Cheap But You Can't Drive It: Here are Mattel's Hot Wheels Version's Details

However, normal people can't really drive this version of the popular electric truck.

Back in 2020, Mattel confirmed that it is working on a new remote control Cybetruck toy that has its own smashed windows. This version was supposed to be a tribute to the failed Tesla endurance test of the electric truck.

Since this is an iconic toy version of Cybertruck, it costs around $399.

However, it was delayed at the end of 2020. And now, rumors claimed that it will arrive this May. Aside from this version, Mattel also announced a second version of Tesla's Cybertruck. To give you more idea, here are its major details that you should know.

Hot Wheels Cybertruck's Details

According to Toms Guide's latest report, the second version of the Tesla Cybertruck is much cheaper compared to the model with the smashed windows.

This Hot Wheels electric car toy will only cost $100.

This Tiny Cybertruck is Cheap But You Can't Drive It: Here are Mattel's Hot Wheels Version's Details
(Photo : Screenshot from Twitter post of @RetroToySearch)
This Tiny Cybertruck is Cheap But You Can't Drive It: Here are Mattel's Hot Wheels Version's Details

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If you are one of the interested buyers, all you need to do is visit Mattel's official website. Once you visit the page, you will see that it could arrive on May 20.

On the other hand, this version of the giant electric car company's popular Cybertruck will have Cybersquad, which you can pop in the truck bed. However, you need to remember that the Cybersquad display is not powered or controllable.

Although this is the case, it is still a great additional feature for the new electric toy car.

The Hot Wheels Cybertruck also has a 1:10 scale and a movement speed of 12mph, which is as fast as the first version.

Meanwhile, its controller is inspired by the Cybertruck's wheels, making it a more fancy accessory for the new toy car. Some rumors and speculations claimed that this sale could go live on Friday, May 21.

If you really want to have its latest updates, all you need to do is visit this link from time to time.

Other Companies Benefiting From Cybertruck 

Aside from Hot Wheels, another company is also making a fortune, thanks to Tesla's Cybertruck.

The high-tech RV company called "Stream It" is selling an advanced component that can be integrated into the popular Cybertruck. 

Interesting Engineering reported that it enables Tesla truck owners to enjoy a portable home for weekend trips or emergencies. If you want to know more details about the new CyberLandr high-tech RV component for Cybertruck, all you need to do is click here.

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