We really should be posting this before Jurassic World Dominion hits the theaters on June 09, 2022. But here it is anyway, a bunch of vehicles from the franchise, immortalized as die-cast collectibles.

2022 Matchbox Jurassic World Dominion Die-cast Vehicles

The vehicles in the original Jurassic Park franchise are just about as iconic as the dinosaurs (and shirtless Dr. Ian Malcolm) and so, if you super fan of the series, these Matchbox die-cast cars are a must-have in your collection.

Fret not that you are unfamiliar with the newer rides from the Jurassic World films because two of the iconic cars used in the original films are also represented in this new collection of six die-cast vehicles.

2022 Matchbox Jurassic World Dominion Die-cast Vehicles

The die-cast cars are presented on blisters featuring the Jurassic World branding, alongside a graphic of the infamous T-rex from the original film and an image of the vehicle.

Anyhoo, the new 2022 Matchbox Jurassic World Dominion die-cast collection includes the 1993 Jeep Wrangler with a roll bar as seen in the 1993 movie and the 1993 Ford Explorer that wasn’t crushed in the iconic T-rex scene, as well as the 2014 Mercedes-Benz G 550 from the first Jurassic World movie, Armored Action Truck from the Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, an Armored Action Transporter used to transport Velociraptor and other small dinosaurs, and finally, there is the super high-tech Gyrosphere from the 2015 film.

2022 Matchbox Jurassic World Dominion Die-cast Vehicles

In case anyone’s interested, Entertainment Earth is taking pre-orders for the Jurassic World Matchbox 2022 Mix 1 Die-Cast Vehicles Case of 12 which include 2x Gyrosphere, 2x Capture Action Truck, 2x ’93 Ford Explorer, 2x ’93 Jeep Wrangler #18, 2x 2019 Jeep Gladiator, 2x 2014 Mercedes-Benz G-Class G550, for US$15.99.

NOW READ  Real Master Collection PLUS! Favorite Sculptors Line Godzilla (1964) Statue

You can also find the 93 Ford Explorer and the 93 Jeep Wrangler being sold on Amazon.com for US$8.99 each, respectively.

This website is supported by readers through ads and affiliated links. As such, we may earn a small commission – at no extra cost to the reader – if a reader clicks through and makes a purchase.

Images: Mattel/YouTube (Ministry of Diecast).

via autoevolution.

Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.