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

Key Points
  • Telsa and Mattel have partnered to create two limited-time-only remote control cars.
  • One is a 1:64 model, around 3 inches long, which costs $20, and one is 1:10 scale, for $400.
  • These items are available for preorder and won't ship until December 2020.
Image of the 1:10 Hot Wheels R/C Tesla Cybertruck by Mattel.

Elon Musk smashed the "bulletproof" windows of his prototype Cybertruck, and now you can, too.

In partnership with Tesla, toymaker Mattel has created two remote-controlled Cybertruck vehicles, and the larger of the two comes with a vinyl "cracked" window sticker, a nod to the infamous mishap from the real truck's reveal in November.

While Tesla's actual electric pickup isn't expected until to be available until next year, fans of the polarizing, and very angular, truck will only need to wait until December for these miniature versions, Mattel said.

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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