Mattel is launching a 3,283-piece buildable Tesla Cybertruck, which will open for pre-orders on October 13. A buildable model of the most desirable car in the world will sell for $250.
Tesla created a car so cool that even before it went on sale, it was already iconic. Millions of people dream of buying it, while over 1 million pre-orders have already been placed. For those who find it difficult to wait for the Tesla Cybertruck to hit the market, Mattel suggests going further and buying a more affordable version. The MEGA Tesla Cybertruck consists of 3,283 pieces and measures 50cm (19.7in) in length x 19cm (7.5in) in width x 17cm (6.7in) in height.
According to the description, the collectible model can place the owner directly on the driver's seat, "as you piece together Musk and Tesla's long-awaited electric pickup truck." The MEGA set has an authentically detailed styling with features that include an adjustable suspension that raises and lowers the truck's height, a functional tonneau cover that pops on and off, and a folding tailgate that slides into the truck frame.
The buildable Cybertruck also has a replicated interior with a GPS system and mini Tesla water bottle, as well as a cracked window "that makes light of Musk's truck reveal." This collectible Cybertruck will be great entertainment or a gift not only for Tesla fans but also for people who love to own unique and extremely interesting things.
According to the company's website, the MEGA Tesla Cybertruck will be available for pre-order on October 13 at 15:00 CEST / 9:00 EDT.
NEWS: Mattel is launching a 3,283-piece buildable Tesla Cybertruck. It costs $250 USD. Pre-orders start October 13 at 15PM CET / 9AM EST / 6AM PST— Sawyer Merritt 📈🚀 (@SawyerMerritt) October 12, 2021
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