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@Hasbro GI JOE Team Announces New #Haslab #GIJoe Rated Series HISS Tank

The GI Joe team has officially unveiled the first-ever HasLab rated series featuring the Cobra HISS tank from the GI Joe rated series. During today’s YO JOE! JUNE Fanstreaming on the Hasbro Pulse YouTube channel, the team showcased the new addition to the Classified series with a fun animated video featuring the Cobra Commander.

Fans can fund the new project for US$299.00 with 8,000 backers needed to fund the project. The HasLab page featuring Destro’s diary, which includes all the details regarding the new HISS tank, can be found here.

GI Joe Cobra HISS Rated Series

(Ages: TBD / Approximate retail price: $299.99 / Available: Fall 2023)

Download high resolution images on the link here.

The GI JOE rated series is packed with iconic personalities from the epic history of the GI JOE franchise. The GI Joe Cobra HISS Rated Series Tank is the latest premium 6-inch toy, featuring battery-powered interior and exterior LED lighting, working wheels with moving treads, intricately detailed command cockpit interior, gull-wing canopy, a rear hold, an articulated turret, a removable engine cover. armor details and skirts, and an extendable boarding ladder in the cockpit. The HISS Tank also comes with a highly articulated Cobra HISS Driver action figure with premium deco, detailing and articulation for posability. The HISS Haslab tank is now exclusively available to be supported on the Hasbro Pulse website.

Key features of the HISS tank include:

  • Battery-powered interior and exterior LED lighting: Includes vision lights, cockpit head-up display, headlights, fog lights, rear Cobra convoy lights and the Cobra Insignia beacon.
  • Functional wheels with moving treads: The spinning sprockets and wheels spin as the steps roll forward or backward.
  • Interior of the elaborately detailed command cockpit: The Cobra HISS Driver action figure is buckled in with a 5-point harness adorned with the Cobra logo in front of a lighted control panel. You can pose the figure by operating the articulated joystick and throttle controls while targeting Joe fighters.
  • Canopy “in gull’s wing”: The vehicle comes with ‘gull wing’ functioning doors with independent right and left sides that lift from the center hinges allowing the driver to enter from either side of the HISS.
  • Rear cargo bay: The rear personnel platform provides standing room for additional troops that can be landed while holding the functional handrails. Below is a retractable tow hook at the rear of the vehicle. The center of the personnel platform lifts up, allowing the rear cargo door to drop. This reveals an illuminated troop transport cargo space. Inside is a jump seat and a storage rack for weapon accessories.
  • Articulated turret with articulated gun attachments: The 360-degree rotating turret features control details and fits an additional GI Joe Ranked Series figure (sold separately). Double “Diablo” Cannon props can rotate and elevate independently of each other.
  • Detail removable engine cover: Behind the cockpit is the detail of the HISS-CS22 propulsion unit developed by MARS under a removable cover. It connects to the side exhaust port details.
  • Removable armor skirt: The Cobra HISS comes with a removable armor skirt with reactive armor to provide additional protection for the road wheels.
  • Extendable boarding ladders in the cockpit: Folding boarding ladders run down each side of the HISS, allowing the driver easier access to the cockpit

You can reserve yours here on the official HASLABS website!

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