In a move that's sure to disrupt the child-sized electric car market, Radio Flyer has partnered with Tesla to make a Model S for kids.
The battery-powered vehicle will launch this May with a hefty $499 price tag. Although the high price does come with quite the slate of features.
The car has working headlights, a sound system and "spacious interior." Plus, all the style of a full-size Model S.
It can travel up to 6 miles per hour — though parents can cap the speed at 3 miles per hour. The mini-Model S is aimed at children ages 3 to 8; and the car has a weight capacity of 81 pounds.
Sadly, this Tesla can't keep up with the Arrow – another battery-powered vehicle for kids. It can reach speeds up to 12 miles per hour and the max weight is 130 pounds. And, yes, it has parental controls.
To be fair, adding a Ludicrous Mode to the Model S for Kids would have been a tad irresponsible.