I mean, I don't think they've even shown Youth Wildrider yet, so I think they're going with a different release schedule for the toy versions. Or at the very least, skipped him for now because his toy and toon alt modes don't stand out as much with each other than the rest of the cars. Like their toy Dead End has the big racing stripe, their toy Dragstrip has the pinstripes and the different engine piece, and they made their toy Breakdown a totally different color. Wildrider though, I feel if you played one of those "spot the differences" games and had the toon alt modes on one side, and the toy alt modes on the other, his would be hardest to spot. Like I don't think many people saw Flipout and said, "this isn't the Wildrider of my youth!" Grey Ferrari with red windows, looks right. But he's like the animation model- mostly dark grey except for a red stripe at the bottom. The toy on the other hand would be mostly dark grey, except for the middle of the hood being a lighter grey. So I figure they'd lead with the ones that people would see and notice as being very different from the original releases. Oh, and people wondering about the purple fuel tanks on Gravestone, I had pointed out that's cartoon/comics accurate, but I later noticed Capone has purple fuel tanks too. So really, its Road King that's off.