(Updated 7/30) 2020 HW Treasure Hunts

2020 Hot Wheels Treasure Hunt (photos)

The 2020 set features low production vehicles randomly hidden within other series. To identify a Treasure Hunt you must find the low production symbol. It can be found on the car and sometimes on the card, behind the car.

Bubble Matic

The Bubble Matic is 6/250 in the mainline set, 10/10 in the Experimotors series, and a 2020 Treasure Hunt. It is red with “Bubble Matic”, the low production symbol, and the Hot Wheels logo on the sides.

The car has a red dome, yellow bubble ring, purple spoiler, light blue 5-spoke wheels with yellow rims, and a green metal Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “A” of 2020 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

The Bubble Matic made its debut in the 2018 Experimotorsseries. This suds mobile is an original design that features a pop-up bubble wand.

Mercedes-Benz Unimog 130

The Unimog is 33/250 in the mainline set, 10/10 in the HW Metro series, and a 2020 Treasure Hunt. It is black detailed with red and blue stripes and gray and white graphics.

“Police” is on the hood and the sides have “Unimog” and “SWAT”. The doors have the Hot Wheels logo and the low production symbol inside a police emblem.

The truck has light blue windows, a blue interior, Off-Road Beadlock wheels, and a gray plastic Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “B” of 2020 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

The Mercedes-Benz Unimog 1300 made its debut in the 2019 HW Hot Trucks series. It is based upon the truck that was often used by the German armed forces and fire departments.

Grass Chomper

GHD77 is 75/250 in the mainline set, 5/5 in the HW Ride-Onsseries, and a 2020 Treasure Hunt. It is orange detailed with double blue stripes and graphics. 

The low production symbol and the Hot Wheels logo can be found on the sides. The lawnmower has a black steering wheel, a chrome exhaust, Off-Road 5-Spoke wheels, and a blue plastic Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “C” of 2020 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

The Grass Chomper made its debut in the 2016 HW Ride-Onsseries. It is an original design of a souped-up lawnmower. It has a special feature where it will do a wheelie when you put a quarter in the back.

Buns of Steel

GHD71 is 84/250 in the mainline set, 5/5 in the Fast Foodieseries, and a 2020 Treasure Hunt. It is blue with yellow french fries poking through the roof and a tan hamburger on the flatbed tray.

The sides feature black and yellow graphics with “Ted’s Burger Palace” and the low production symbol. The truck has yellow windows, gold chrome 5-spoke wheels, and an unpainted metal Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “D” of 2020 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

Buns of Steel made its debut in the 2018 Fast Foodie series. It is an original design of a fast food meal on wheels. It originally had “soda cup” exhaust pipes, but they were removed in later models.

Batman Arkham Asylum Batmobile

GHD69 is 106/250 in the mainline set, 5/5 in the Batmanseries, and a 2020 Treasure Hunt. It is bluish-gray with turquoise headlights.

The low production symbol is turquoise and can be found on the sides. The car has blue tinted windows, a chrome interior, gray Muscle Car 5-Spoke wheels, and a black plastic Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “E” of 2020 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

Arkham Asylum Batmobile made its debut in the 2011 New Models series. It is based upon the Batmobile from the Batman: Arkham Asylum video game and is the fifth Batmobile released as a Treasure Hunt.

Circle Trucker

GHD82 is 131/250 in the mainline set, 5/5 in the Track Starsseries, and a 2020 Treasure Hunt. It is silver with black, orange, and blue graphics with checkered stripes.

The low production symbol, “20”, and a large Hot Wheels logo can be found on the sides. The truck has orange tinted windows, a black interior, orange Muscle Car 5-Spoke wheels with white trim, and a black plastic Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “F” of 2020 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

The Circle Trucker made its debut in the 2011 New Modelsseries. It is an original design based upon the vehicles used in pickup truck racing.

Dodge Charger Daytona

GHD81 is 134/250 in the mainline set, 10/10 in the Toonedseries, and a 2020 Treasure Hunt. It is yellow with black graphics.

“Dodge” is featured on the nose and sides. “Daytona”, the Hot Wheels logo, and the low production symbol are also on the sides. The car has clear windows, a chrome interior, 5-Spoke wheels with grey rims, and a black plastic Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “G” of 2020 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

It made its debut as the 1970 Dodge Charger in the 2003 First Editions series. It is based upon the 1969 Dodge Daytona customized with cartoonish featured and exaggerated details.

2013 Hot Wheels Chevy Camaro Special Edition

GHD73 is 143/250 in the mainline set, 10/10 in the HW Dream Garage series, and a 2020 Treasure Hunt. It is green with black stripes and white accents.

The Hot Wheels logo is in the side stripes and the low production symbol can be found on the rear fender panels. The car has a black interior, Trapezoid 5-Spoke wheels with green rims, and a black plastic Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “H” of 2020 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

The 2013 Hot Wheels Chevy Camaro Special Edition made its debut in the 2013 HW Showroom series. It is based upon the vehicle of the same name. The 2013 Camaro’s Hot Wheels upgrade package was $6995, featured Kinetic Blue Metallic paint, and had interior and exterior Hot Wheels emblems and logos.

Power Pistons

GHD83 is 158/250 in the mainline set, 10/10 in the X-Raycers series, and a 2020 Treasure Hunt. It is translucent yellow with blue and white graphics.

A large Hot Wheels logo is on the sides along with the low production symbol. The car has an aqua tinted canopy, translucent turquoise PR5 wheels with yellow rims, and an unpainted metal Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “J” of 2020 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

The Power Pistons made its debut in the 1995 Model Series. It is an original design of a single seat car with an aircraft canopy.

Custom '56 Ford Truck

GHD72 is 176/250 in the mainline set, 10/10 in the HW Art Cars series, and a 2020 Treasure Hunt. It is yellow with red, blue, green, and orange graphics.

The Hot Wheels logo is on the doors and the low production symbol is on the roof. The truck has a red interior, purple plastic Malaysia base, and AeroDisc wheels with white rims. The front wheels are green and the back wheels are blue.

This vehicle can be found in mix “K” of 2020 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

The Custom ’56 Ford Truck made its debut in the 2008 Utra Hots series. It is based upon Ford’s second generation F-Series half-ton truck.

Dune Daddy

GHD79 is 205/250 in the mainline set, 10/10 in the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 series, and a 2020 Treasure Hunt. It is magenta decorated with pink stripe graphics.

Details include “Tokyo 2020” on the sides and hood, the Olympic symbol on the hood, and the Hot Wheels logo, “Beach Volleyball”, and a volleyball athlete graphic on the sides. The dune buggy has tinted windows, a black interior, Off-Road 6-Spoke wheels, and a white plastic Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “L” of 2020 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

The Dune Daddy made its debut in the 2018 HW 50th Race Team series. It is an original design of an off-road vehicle that features three lights mounted on a utility bar and a wheel carrier on the roof.



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