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Hot Wheels Monster Jam was a toy series that was developed by Mattel in collaboration with FELD Entertainment in the 1990s. The series, which lasted almost two decades, transformed hundreds of FELD-owned and independent vehicles into die-cast toys that came in a variety of varieties.
Hot Wheels is an American brand of scale model automobiles and slot car racing kits that was first produced by American toymaker Mattel in 1968 and has been in continuous production since. The company served as Matchbox's principal competition until 1997, when Mattel acquired Tyco Toys, the company that had previously owned Matchbox.
In recent years, several automotive manufacturers have allowed Hot Wheels to produce scale replicas of their vehicles, enabling the company to utilise actual design blueprints and details. However, despite the fact that Hot Wheels were initially meant for children and young people, they have grown more popular among adult collectors, for whom limited edition versions are now being produced.
It was announced in late 2018 that FELD will work with competitor manufacturer Spin Master to produce die-cast toys from 2019 through 2029, thereby bringing the series to a close. In 2018, Hot Wheels would launch their own monster truck brand, which would be independent of the Monster Jam licencing agreement.