Is your child itching to go faster? Are they using your phone to buy random sports cars on eBay to try and satisfy their craving for hoonage? Then help them out by getting them a pint-sized Power Wheels version of the 2014 Corvette Stingray. It's perfect for tiny Jalops in training.
Really, this shouldn't be too much of a surprise. Fisher-Price has been making Power Wheels 'Vettes since forever, including the famous pink Barbie Corvette. Now, they've turned their eyes to the upcoming C7, and I have to say it looks pretty good. They even nailed the shape of the steering wheel. The huge giant fake brake calipers are awesome too.
Fisher-Price says that for a mere $275, your junior speed freak can own one of these bad boys when they go on sale in early September. (Pre-orders are underway at Walmart.com too, which is good, because ordering one online helps you avoid the unpleasant experience of actually going to Wal-Mart.)
While the actual Corvette Stingray does zero to 60 mph in just 3.8 seconds and has a quoted top speed of 195 mph, your child will have to make do with the fact that the car only goes 6 mph, which doesn't sound like much but actually makes it the fastest car in the Power Wheels lineup.
Please send your child's Power Wheels Stingray drift videos to firstname.lastname@example.org.