Hot Wheels Die-Cast Vehicles

from Mattel


  • Hot Wheels Break-Out Station
  • Hot Wheels RC Terrain Twister
  • Hot Wheels Spin Storm
  • Hot Wheels Nitrobot Attack
  • Hot Wheels Tesla Model S
  • Hot Wheels Batman Classic TV Series Assortment
  • Hot Wheels Ultimate Garage
  • Hot Wheels Star Wars Chewbacca and Han Solo
  • Hot Wheels Star Wars R2-D2 and C-3PO
  • Hot Wheels Back to the Future, Need for Speed, Simon & Simon, and James Bond Diamonds Are Forever Cars


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What It Is

What It Is

It's a new car season for Hot Wheels, which means tons of brand new cars to collect and race. There are 50 new models that feature the latest innovation in both realistic and fantasy vehicles. There are also 10 new series with 10 cars each: Street Beasts, Heat Fleet, Muscle Mania, Nightburnerz, HW Drag Racers, HW Performance, Faster Than Ever, HW Racing, HW Main Street, and HW City Works. Treasure Hunts is a series of 15 cars that are hard to find and highly collectible. Track Stars cars are designed to burn rubber (at least at scale speeds) on Hot Wheels track sets.

Why It’s Fun

Each of the new Hot Wheels cars features the same Hot Wheels styling, performance, and drama that make these vehicles so popular with kids and collectors alike. Kids will enjoy picking out the cars they like the best and adding them to their collection.

Who It’s For

The new Hot Wheels die-cast cars are for ages 3 and up.

What to Be Aware of

Some of these cars may not be compatible for use with some Hot Wheels sets, according to Mattel.