Have you been dreaming of owning a sports car but don’t have the money to buy 1? Finally, here’s your chance without costing you an arm and a leg (or even more). The British carmaker McLaren teamed up with American toymaker The Step2 Company and recreated the 570S as a push car for kids.
It has the same stunning design of the real McLaren 570S and is available with the brand’s signature Ventura Orange. Inside, it boasts multiple cupholders as well as a storage area under the seat, perfect for stowing away a few bottles of milk or water. The 570S push car is powered by 1 human being or more depending on how people are willing to push it.
In addition, this push car comes with Step2’s patented Whisper Wheels that offers a smooth ride. McLaren also included a flat-bottom steering wheel that gives “excellent feedback” and plays engine noises for the ultimate sports car experience.
Available for $79.99 (around P4,115), the new McLaren 570S push car will be exclusively available through Amazon.com this September, but for US customers only. However, if you want to buy 1, you might need to wait until later this year. Then, you can proudly say “I bought my child a McLaren” — and that’s how you win at parenting.
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