Now there's a Tesla electric car for people that aren't even old enough to drive yet.
Radio Flyer collaborated with Tesla to make a Model S for kids, and it could be the perfect way to indoctrinate tomorrow's potential electric-car buyers while they're young.
Unlike many other toy cars, Radio Flyer can also claim that the pint-sized Model S uses the same type of powertrain as the real thing.
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That's not the only thing the Radio Flyer Model S has in common with the full-size car.
It has a front trunk--or "frunk," as Tesla owners affectionately call it--and three exterior paint colors based on colors offered on the real Model S.
Those include Midnight Silver Metallic, Deep Blue Metallic, and Red Multi-Coat.
Tesla Model S for kids by Radio Flyer
Performance falls a bit short of the "Ludicrous" mode of the Model S P90D, which is probably just as well for nervous parents.
The Radio Flyer Model S can be limited to 3 mph for "beginners," or achieve an unrestricted top speed of 6 mph.
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There's also a weight limit of 81 pounds, so this thing really is just for kids.
While it is more affordable than a real car, the Radio Flyer Model S still starts at a substantial $499.
And like a real car, that price can be inflated with some optional extras.
2016 Tesla Model S
That allows for a bit more playtime, and seems to indicate that range anxiety can be an issue even when it comes to toy electric cars.
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Other options include silver turbine wheels--in place of the standard black wheels--for $15, and a car cover that costs $50.
A custom license plate and parking sign can also be had--for $15 and $25, respectively.
Radio Flyer is accepting pre-orders for the Model S now, and plans to ship the first ones in May.