Mattel’s remote-controlled Tesla Cybertruck comes with its own ‘cracked’ window sticker

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Image of the 1:10 Hot Wheels R/C Tesla Cybertruck by Mattel.

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Image of the 1:10 Hot Wheels R/C Tesla Cybertruck by Mattel.

The 1:64 scale model, around 3 inches long, is the same size as a traditional Hot Wheels car, so it can be used with any of Mattel’s car tracks, the toymaker said. It costs $20 and will be available until all units are sold out.

The 1:10 scale RC will set you back $400 and is a “hobby grade-radio-controlled vehicle that is off-road and rugged terrain capable” and can reach up to a 250 mph-scale speed, or about 25 mph, Mattel said. It also has functioning headlights and taillights and a telescopic tailgate.

The limited-release vehicles are available for preorder but won’t ship until December.

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