Many boys will know that year 2018 would mark the 50th anniversary of the Hot Wheels die-cast toy cars of Mattel. Back in year 1968, the company has issued a total of 16 truck and car models that are roughly sized to fix in the matchbox car carrying cases. They might have been variably scaled and sized like matchbox cars, yet such bright metallic customized babies were quick.
The first sixteen models include most pony cars such as Firebird convertible, Camaro coupe, Cougar, Mustang fastback, and Barracuda. However, since they did not establish marketing campaigns like Chevy did, some people are eager to celebrate the milestone with the big-boy car.
2018 Hot Wheels Camaro will be unveiled at SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Available on convertible and coupe body styles, the package comes with special orange paint inspired by the known orange flexible track that remained unchanged. Orange brake calipers, interior upholstery stitching, and seat inserts are included along with silver and gray strips as well as gray forged twenty-inch wheels. Also included is a unique grille with some chrome inserts, dark-lens tailamps set in the black panel, a ground effects package with Hot Wheels emblem, carpeted floor mats with ghost and stitching stripes, a steering wheel with 50th Anniversary Hot Wheels badge.
Coupes get an exceptional spoiler, yet convertibles should retain their stock wing since it incorporates different telematics antennas, GPS, and radio. The package adds about $4,995 to 2SS V8 or 2LT grade V6 Camaro. The budget will be at least $53,990 for the V8 convertible and $36,490 for the V6 coupe. Both of these will go on sale by 2018 in the month of February. However, as of now, there are no performance upgrades that are included in the package.