Right, if you’re a Hot Wheels fan, this one is sure to more than pique your interest. It’s the Camaro Hot Wheels Edition, the first ever full-size, production Hot Wheels car offered for sale by any automaker.

A special run of the vehicle, which made its debut at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, will be produced in the first quarter of 2013, and like the collectable toys on which it is based, when they’re gone, they’re gone.

Nope, it won’t come wrapped in blister packaging, and there’s no orange race track included, but everything else about the car – which is available in coupe and convertible models, in 2LT (3.6 litre V6) and 2SS (6.2 litre V8) trims – screams Hot Wheels.

Exterior cues are based on the Camaro ZL1, with the car wearing a Kinetic Blue exterior color and unique graphics. Highlights include a rear spoiler and front upper grille from the ZL1, a ground effects package including front splitter and rocker treatment and black 21-inch wheels with a red outline stripe.

A two-tone matte hood graphic and rear taillight panel “blackout” graphic, along with Fender “flame” graphics and Hot Wheels logos on the grille and decklid round off the flash.

On the inside, a black leather-trimmed interior is accented with red and black seat stitching, with the Hot Wheels logo embroidered on the front seats. The instrument panel and door inserts are black, with a Hot Wheels-style flame decal on each door.

Finishing things off are Hot Wheels Edition sill plates and Camaro-logo premium floor mats, replete with red edging. So, 1:1 scale fully-functional Hot Wheels pony car, anyone?