Ensure your child is the coolest on the block with this tiny electric supercar

Ensure your child is the coolest on the block with this tiny electric supercar
  • Closer to real sports car
  • Top speed of 10 mph

The F870, which is a souped-up iteration of previous Broon cars

Driving the Power Wheels car as a kid was the best feeling you could ever recall from your childhood and the adventure was more than we had bargained for at 5 mph. Toys were all they were but still they were our very first driving experience and though they made us extremely happy, they were pretty quick when it came to losing charge and were made from flimsy plastic which was waiting to get damaged even at a seemingly harmless thud.

Kids nowadays have more options for their kiddy vehicles which are more advanced and also require more spending. Parents who want their child to have something more sophisticated have been taken care of by the South Korean company Henes, which is trying to revolutionize cars for kids. With their Broon F870, they have taken this project to a whole new level. This fully electric vehicle with dual motors and all-wheel drive boasts a top speed of 10 mph which is safe but also very thrilling for the little ones.

The F870 is a more enhanced version of the previous Broon cars (the F810 and F830) and a little scaled down version of a real luxury sports car. It comes with all the accoutrements which you normally expect to see on a real car and tons of other features add up to the reality of the real sports car including the following;

• a leather bucket seat

• a four-point safety harness

• working head and tail lamps

• a speaker system

• foldable side mirrors

• differential steering

• shock absorbers

• a coil-spring suspension

• a self-diagnosis program

• and a 7-inch Android tablet (with HDMI out)

source: brooncars

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