Remote-Controlled Tesla Cybertruck
Let’s face it, Tesla probably won’t be releasing any Cybertruck merchandise, especially remote-controlled cars or Power Wheels-sized vehicles anytime soon, but that didn’t stop the guys at FliteTest from making their own. If you’re interested in building the latter, simply start with a standard electric Power Wheels toy car, and craft the Cybertruck body using white foam. Read more for the build video and additional information.

Anyone interested in making their own high-speed, remote-controlled Cybertruck should start with a Traxxas R/C car, or something similar, as the base. The FliteTest crew built three that can hit 60 mph and even went on to perform the famous Ford F-150 versus Cybertruck tow test, which worked out quite well to say the least.

Traxxas 1/10 Scale TRX-4 Scale and Trail Crawler with 2.4GHz TQi Radio, Silver
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  • Lock differentials and operate the high/low range transmission remotely from the transmitter
  • XL-5 HV ESC and powerful 21T Titan 550 motor accept 6 or 7-cell NiMH or 2 or 3-cell LiPo batteries (sold separately)
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