If there are two things every stroller lacks, it’s a $3,000 price tag and the ability to make a child look like an unfortunate castoff from Downton Abbey. Luckily for all of us, however, a company called D.Throne has created an obscenely over-the-top electric car for kids that you can justify as an essential baby…
Vintage good looks and three-wheeled goodness are some of the most defining aspects of a Morgan. And Morgan delighted us further by making an all-electric model, the EV3. But there was one problem: it was for adults only. Not anymore!
The problem with the mini-cars for kids like those Lamborghinis, Porshes and this awesome McLaren is that they sets the bar a little too high for real car ownership. Listen, kid, odds are you won’t own a Lambo someday. But with a mini Volkswagen GTI, your kid can try something much more pragmatic. And fun!
Toy cars—they’re not just for kids anymore! At least that’s what I keep telling my girlfriend in a campaign to replace her family photos with this sweet Hot Wheels diorama I’ve got going on our mantle. If you have a friend like me, I can help you get creative with this holiday gift guide for people who love little toy…
You love your car? You can’t help but pose in front of it? This praying mantis knows how you feel.
Every inch of Dennis Erickson’s home was covered in cars. On the beds, on the floors, in the bathrooms. He had 30,000 cars, from the smallest miniatures to full-sized working classics. And now he doesn’t have to deal with them any more. His church does.
Images surfaced on Chinese social network Sina Weibo that show a Gallardo driver getting into trouble for transporting a giant stuffed bear the only way a Lamborghini allows it.
If you had to guess what the first really successful Matchbox toy vehicle was, the one that convinced them there was money to be made cranking out tiny toy cars, what would you guess? An E-Type? A Model T? A tank? Nope, nope, and nope. The one that convinced them had a pair of disembodied shins. Were you going to…
The Sultan of Brunei has what’s considered to be the world’s most insane car collection with over 5,000 rare cars. But there’s a suburban dad from Pennsylvania who puts him to shame with over 30,000 vehicles covering nearly every brand and model. And they all fit in his house.
Your obsession with electromechanical driving arcade games of the 60s and 70s is pathetic. Yes, the games were amazing and yes, they've been forgotten — but they don't need you in your sorry condition to be their representative. Time to get serious.
There's an alternate universe where semi trucks, trailers and all, tandem drift with Nissans and Mazdas. That universe exists, it's just really tiny.
The legendary Ken Box is back, but how can he set up the ultimate Crazy Cart course when irate gorilla security guards are always trying to shut him down?
When I was a kid, I started to realize that humanity is doomed when Matchbox cars started to become less durable pieces of plastic than rugged crushing metal. Things were certainly looking brighter in 1965.
Yep, we totally understand you kid. Sometimes when the sun is beating down too hard and the day of fun has gone on a little too long and you're oddly comfortable in an uncomfortable position, you just fade away without a care in the world. It is a hammock's rest. It is ice melting in an umbrella drink. It is this kid…
What's cooler than a Martini Racing Porsche Turbo race car? A Martini Racing Porsche Turbo race car you can put on your shelf. Excuse me, I need to go to the toy store now.
Toy cars are a compromise: the simple ones "drive" like a roller skate, and the really serious ones are too intricate (and expensive) to just hand over to a mere child. Modarri Cars wants to change that with fun, customizable, modular toy cars with spring suspension and steering just like the real thing.
I'm pretty sure rocket motors and fireworks and other pyrotechnics have been duct-taped to R/C cars since kids have had access to both items. And I'm sure a good, if possibly finger-losing time was had by all. Even so, it's still great to see what an 18lb-thrust G-class rocket motor does for a remote-control Corvette.
Meet the Camatte57s. It's Toyota's "sporty, open-top family-focused concept car" built for the upcoming Tokyo Toy Show. It's a bit like IKEA furniture: Weirdly named and frustrating to build.