Rich Parents Can Now Buy Their Kids a Mini Tesla For $500
Feb 17, 2016 12:59
This is the Tesla Model S for Kids. And it comes with working headlights, has a top speed of six miles per hour, and was made in a joint collaboration between Tesla and Radio Flyer. This is probably the closest you'll get to owning a Tesla if you can't afford the adult-sized version.
The Tesla Model S for kids is “supposed to charge faster and longer than any other battery-powered kiddy car” thanks to its special lithium ion batteries.
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