Over the past decade, we've seen study after study showing that younger consumers just aren't that interested in vehicle ownership. But those studies never included the Tesla Model S for kids, designed by Radio Flyer.
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The pint-sized electric car looks just like the one mom and dad drive, with:
And of course, the car comes in three official Tesla paint colors: Midnight Silver Metallic, Deep Blue Metallic, and Red Multi-Coat.
How much would you expect to pay for such an awesome toy? If you guessed "$499", you're right on track -- though in true Tesla fashion, that base figure leaves out a few nifty extras like:
Thinking that you might like one of these for your adult self? Not so fast. The carrying capacity is 81 pounds, so if you're bigger than a fifth grader, you probably won't get very far.
And even if you manage to squeeze into the "spacious interior", top speed is limited to three mph (for beginners) or six mph (for kids who've been around the block), so using it for your morning commute would be even slower going than usual.
Apart from that, though, this baby is good to go for the kid who has (almost) everything. Or maybe a skinny college student.