If spending $66,000 on a Tesla Model S doesn't sit well with you, how about spending just $499?

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Of course, you'll need to weigh less than 80 pounds, but that's life.

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Radio Flyer's outdone itself with its Tesla Model S for Kids.

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It features a number of similarities with the big Tesla, including turbine-style wheels and actual paint on the body panels.

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The headlights work, too!

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Just like the big Model S, there's also a usable front trunk (frunk) for stuffed-animal storage.

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The car operates in two different modes, with two different top speeds -- 3 mph or 6 mph.

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The horn works, too, but thankfully it's much quieter than a car horn.

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The interior features a 3.5-mm aux input for smart devices, and there's a sound system to play music.

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You can switch between forward and reverse using the switches on the dashboard.

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The Radio Flyer version runs on a lithium-ion battery.

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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.

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The battery can be removed and charged separately...

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...or it can be charged in the car, using a charging port that's in the same location as on the real Model S.

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Attention to detail? This car's got it.

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$499 isn't a bad price, all things considered.

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It will ship to the US and beyond, with a greater rollout taking place later this year.

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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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