The Arrow Smart-Kart is sized for five-to-nine-year-old kids, but that won't stop me from trying to drive it.

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Top speed is a bonkers 12 mph. Where were these when I was a kid?

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A sensor in the nose provides collision avoidance by automatically stopping Arrow if an obstacle is detected.

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Pedals are adjustable to accommodate kids' ages as they hit those growth spurts.

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A companion app allows parents to limit speed, geofence specific areas, and stop the kart on a dime. The Arrow app is available for iOS and Android devices.

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GPS and WiFi antennae sit atop the Arrow.

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Kids can customize their Arrow with synthesized engine sounds from an online sound library.

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Custom body kits and drifting wheel rings are available, with a Formula-One-inspired steering wheel, distance-sensing 'smart cones', laser tag sensors and gaming apps coming soon.

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