The luxurious $1,000 powered kids’ car has an Android tablet inside
Power Wheels and plastic convertibles are old news. Henes, a manufacturer of premium kids’ vehicles, has revealed their latest Broons model. They’re calling it the supercar for kids, and if one goes by looks alone it certainly deserves that title. This one-seater is fit for a five year.
But looks isn’t the only thing it has going for it. Under the hood and the entirety of the car’s chassis is a vehicle structure that can rival any actual automobile. It includes full spring-equipped suspension systems, high quality tires, an electronic steering system, 4-wheel and rear-wheel drive modes, and a 12v/24v 15,000RPM motor.
It gets better, the company’s latest model — the F8 — has an Android tablet embedded, giving the young rider a suitable interface for changing tunes or dishing out information about the ride’s current condition. The tablet’s connectivity is also meant for safety purposes as a parent can take immediate control of the vehicle using Bluetooth.
This is a one seater so expect your kid to gloat and tout accordingly. It is still in the prototype stage and priced up to $1,000 although owning one of these is still going to take some time.
Regardless, the company fully expects to be able to bring the product to market and when they do, there won’t be any better option in terms of quality. Much like the actual automotive industry its lofty price tag isn’t going to allow it to threaten the existence of Power Wheels, but it will make everyone lust for it just as hard.