Electric child cars just got a billion times cooler.
Do you remember how much you wanted a convertible Power Wheels in the 1990s? Well, imagine that car with an Android-powered infotainment system, Bluetooth-based remote control, and more. Oh and, instead of coming from Fisher Price, a company called Henes makes it.
Henes has unveiled its new Broon F8 series of electric sports cars meant for small children. It offers a range of adult-worthy feature options including independent suspension, differential steering, self-diagnosis system, three driving modes, and a voice/visual guidance system.
It also features a 7-inch Android tablet for a infotainment dashboard display, along with a sound system. And if that wasn't enough to pique your interest, Henes included a Bluetooth 4.0 remote control system for those of you who want to drive but can't slide behind the wheel.
A car in the Broon F8 series will cost between $895 to $1,000, depending on the options you choose. They are only rated for ages 1 to 5, unfortauntely.