You've probably seen those sweet little battery-operated cars kids drive around, probably gussied up like Barbie Jeeps. Now Fisher-Price has gotten serious about its diminutive automotive fleet, creating a sleek replica of the 2014 Corvette Stingray for the benefit of the luckiest kids in the world.
Their parents don't have to be rich to afford this kid-spoiling go-kart — the precious conveyance costs all of $275, and its 12-Volt rechargeable battery is good for 34 minutes of driving hijinks.
In true Corvette fashion, this little micro-rocket is faster than most battery driven vehicles of its ilk, zipping to 0 to 6 mph in a mere 4 seconds. That's just fast enough to make me wish I were three years old again.
If you've ever heard the squeals of delight of kids tooling around in a car like this, you'll understand why many parents will be raring to preorder this Power Wheels Corvette starting July 1, and waiting with bated breath (along with their excited kids ) for its delivery in September.