YouTube/RadioFlyerThe coolest kids on the block will be cruising around in a mini Tesla Model S come this Summer.
Radio Flyer, the American toy company known for its red toy wagons, partnered up with Tesla to create a kid-sized Model S. And it comes equipped with some of the perks you find in the grown-up version.
YouTube/Radio FlyerThe mini Model S, which goes on sale this May, is powered by lithium-ion batteries, has working headlights, and a sound system that let's the driver play tunes from a mobile device.
You can even customize the car's color and wheels online.
YouTube/Radio FlyerThe mini Tesla starts at $499, but you'll probably end up spending more once you tack on some add-ons.
For example, the car comes standard with a 140 Wh battery, but you can upgrade to a 190 Wh for $50 and get 50% more usage on a charge. For another $15 you can even customize the car's license plate.
YouTube/ Radio FlyerCheck it out in action below.