Hot Wheels is best known for automobiles. Occasionally, there are some motorcycles too. But do they have bicycles? Specifically, electric bicycle? Actually, you know what? It had one, but it isn’t a toy packed inside the familiar blister packaging.
Unless you are as rich as Jay Leno, chances are you are not going to have a garage full of cars to play with. For most people, die-cast cars like Hot Wheels are their best bet. But wait. You can’t actually get behind the wheel of die-cast cars, can you? Well, actually you can, virtually, …
Mattel is making this year’s San Diego Comic-Con 2021 aka [email protected] (July 23-25, 2021) a little extra special with a campaign called “12 Days of Fandom”.
You read that right. Hot Wheels, the Mattel brand best known for die-cast toy cars, has building sets too – released in conjunction with the other Mattel-owned Mega Construx – the same brand responsible for the almost-too-cool Castle Grayskull building set.
Do you like Hot Wheels die-cast collectibles. If you do, and believe in non-fungible tokens (NFTs), well, the good news is, Mattel Creations is offering a new way of collecting your favorite Hot Wheels collectibles. Everyone, meet the one-of-a-kind Hot Wheels Collectible NFTs, aptly called Hot Wheels NFT Garage.
When Tesla revealed the Cybertruck in 2019, it created quite a stir for its design. Fast forward to 2020, Cybertruck continues to create a stir, this time by Mattel when the US$400 officially licensed RC Cybertruck was revealed and snapped as soon as it hit the shelves.
We felt that the Olympic Games may not have the same kind of draw as it had like, say, in the 80s or 90s, but that just us. Mattel probably think otherwise. The toy maker has jumped on the chance to secure licensing collaborations with the International Olympic Committee and Tokyo 2020.
Just when we thought the hype of the Tesla Cybertruck seems to have finally died down, toy maker Mattel stirred it up once more with a pair of officially licensed Tesla Cybertruck remote control toys.
Some world records are hard or almost impossible to beat. Some records are just there waiting to be beaten. Back in 2018 (August 25), Mattel, Inc. set the Longest Hot Wheels Track in Zaryadye Park in Moscow with a track that stretches 1,838 feet 3.05 inches (560.30 meters), but a year on, on August 24, …
Mattel’s Hot Wheels, to me, is all about diecast automobiles. When it came up with a bunch of fancy stuff such as track sets, I wasn’t even moved. I only have eyes for the good’ol VW buses and Redline die-casts. My attitude towards Hot Wheels remain so until today when Hot Wheels introduces Hot Wheels …