Tesla and Radio Flyer team up to make a Model S for kids

Lil’ gearheads itching to get a Tesla of their own one day may not have to wait long, thanks to the electric car company working with Radio Flyer, the century-old wagon maker, to create the ‘Model S for Kids.’

The toy cart shares more with Elon Musk’s motor company than name, as the Model S for Kids sports a striking resemblance to the original road vehicle, complete with fully-functional headlights, high-power rechargeable batteries, and sound system with auxiliary support, allowing your kid to blast One Direction as they cruise down the sidewalk.

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Just like the original Model S, Radio Flyer’s child-sized adaptation comes with a bevy of luxury options, ranging from personalized license plates to, we kid you not, a fitted car cover and parking sign.

Three “authentic” paint jobs are also available, but beware — even if you stay clear of the add-ons, these bad boys sell at $499 a pop, approximately £345/AU$697.

The Tesla Model S for Kids is now available for preorder off of Radio Flyer’s website, with shipping planned for May of this year — the perfect time for an adorable drive with the top down.

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