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If spending $66,000 on a Tesla Model S doesn't sit well with you, how about spending just $499?
Of course, you'll need to weigh less than 80 pounds, but that's life.
Radio Flyer's outdone itself with its Tesla Model S for Kids.
It features a number of similarities with the big Tesla, including turbine-style wheels and actual paint on the body panels.
The headlights work, too!
Just like the big Model S, there's also a usable front trunk (frunk) for stuffed-animal storage.
The car operates in two different modes, with two different top speeds -- 3 mph or 6 mph.
The horn works, too, but thankfully it's much quieter than a car horn.
The interior features a 3.5-mm aux input for smart devices, and there's a sound system to play music.
You can switch between forward and reverse using the switches on the dashboard.
The Radio Flyer version runs on a lithium-ion battery.
Open up the trunk, and you find the removable battery and the mode switch, which can be secured so your kid doesn't flip it into the faster mode.
The battery can be removed and charged separately...
...or it can be charged in the car, using a charging port that's in the same location as on the real Model S.
Attention to detail? This car's got it.
$499 isn't a bad price, all things considered.
It will ship to the US and beyond, with a greater rollout taking place later this year.
It may not hustle like the big one, but Radio Flyer's Tesla Model S for Kids is still pretty baller.
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