Mattel has created two radio-controlled toy versions of the Tesla Cybertruck. The bigger of the two, a $400 hobby-grade 1:10 scale replica that comes with a cracked-window sticker to commemorate the truck's memorable unveiling, is already sold out.
The toys are slated to go on sale in December, about a year before Tesla has promised the real Cybertruck.
The 1:10 version has functioning headlights and taillights, all-wheel drive with "chill" and "sport" modes, an operable tonneau "vault" cover and a top speed of 250 scale mph. But Mattel's initial production allocation ran out within days of its announcement, so the company is maintaining a waitlist for any additional inventory.
The 1:64 scale version that fits on standard Hot Wheels tracks will sell for $20.
Tesla, which says it collected more than 250,000 preorders for the real Cybertruck shortly after its November 2019 reveal, worked with Mattel to help with the accuracy of the radio-controlled versions.