The toy's base sculpt is borrowed from the first Jurassic World's "Chomping T. rex" molds, but was repainted and retooled, as well as having the added electronic features which the original model lacked.
Like many of the previous Jurassic World Tyrannosaurus toys, this toy is often criticized for inaccurately representing the T. rex seen in Jurassic World, although it makes more sense for her case since she is a hybrid.
- Electronic Chomping Jaw: If a player presses a button on the toy's back, her jaws will open and will emit a film-accurate roar.
- Spikes revealed: If a player pushes her spikes down and press a button on the toy's back, her spikes will strike up and a low-pitched T. rex roar will activate.
- Articulation: The limbs of this toy can rotate 360 degrees, her spikes can be tucked in and her jaws can be opened very wide which the original model lacked.
- It is possible that this T. rex hybrid may not include other dinosaurs in its DNA code, but rather by being modified via using modern animal DNA.
- Like many other JW toys, this toy suffers from having visible screw-holes on her left side.