Little kid brains are amazing things. I’ve worked with one for some time now, and am always amazed how good they are at data storage, and how terrible they are at making decisions that don’t end up with liquids flung around a room. This little guy here, though, is a great example of how incredible kids are at visual identification. In this case, the best kind of visual identification: cars.

This squishy little car-identification prodigy is Nicholas, and just watch how amazing he is at identifying cars:

Also, hearing him pronounce those names is adorable enough that those of you with compromised cute-appreciation glands should probably seek medical attention right about now.

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Especially when he adds “go-fast!” after the Bugatti and some other cars. Man. Here’s more of the little nut:

Holy crap this is cute. Guh, it hurts a little. I’m glad Subarus get the same ‘go-fast’ addendum as the higher-end cars, perhaps revealing some of his dad’s own tastes, and I’m especially impressed he identified that Buick. Most adults don’t know what the hell a Buick Encore is.

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Mighty fine fathering there, dad. Go take little Nicholas for a ride in something fast.