Man-At-Arms yesterday and today I'm checking out Teela. If you're not familiar with these, the gist is that they're not just cars painted with images of the characters on them but cars designs inspired by the characters. Man-At-Arms' car is pretty crazy and over the top but Teela's is a lot more subtle. Let's check her out after the break...
Series Number: 5/5
Length: 2 3/4th inches
Original Retail Price:Around $5
Year of Release: 2020
* These come packaged on a simple blister card, just like any other Hot Wheels car, though the art on the card is much cooler and features Teela bashing someone with her shield.
* Teela's vehicle is a sleek sports car inspired by the snake motif of her snake armor from the vintage toy. The body of the car is white, like Teela's outfit, while the canopy is red, serpent looking, and decked out with green eyes on the top sides.
* Teela's costume has a lot of gold highlights so the side of the car has a metallic gold streak running down it. There's also a tip on the end of each streak on the front that may reference either the tip of Teela's spear or the gold leaves on her costume.
* The rear of the car also has a little homage to the gold, leaf-like decos on Teela's outfit as thee is a trio of gold leaves where the license played would be.
Was Teela one of your first loves? If so, check out my reviews of many various Teela toys such as the vintage Teela, the M.U.S.C.L.E. green Teela and the standard M.O.T.U.S.C.L.E Teela, the Mega Construx Teela from the Battle for Eternia Collection, the series 2 single packed Teela, and Teela from Battle Bones, the 200x Snake Teela, the ReAction Teela (Shiva), the NECA Teela micro-bust, the Masters of the Universe Origins Teela, the neo-vintage Teela and Frozen Teela, the Tweeterhead Teela bust, an appearance in 1983's Colorforms Masters of the Universe Deluxe Play Set, and Super7's Ultimate Teela.