Fisher-Price Stingray Corvette is the Newest Power Wheels Model
Most kids growing up dream about owning their first car, but most probably aren’t expecting to own one by their third or fourth birthday. When I was a kid, my Power Wheels Barbie vehicle was the first car I drove, and back then that was pretty darn impressive. Well, thanks to Fisher Price and Chevrolet – that level of impressiveness just went up about one-hundred notches. The popular toy company has just announced that they will start production and make available their newest line of Power Wheels electric cars this November. Used cars in Cincinnati Ohio couldn’t believe the luck kids these days have – as the newest car to join the fleet of Power Wheels cars is none other than the C7 Corvette Stingray.
The kid-sized version of the Stingray is a replica of its full-size counterpart, and according to Fisher Price, is the fastest in its line of products. The cars top speed is a whopping six miles per hour, and to the lucky four-year-old who gets to drive this baby, it might as well be 75 miles per hour. The 12-volt battery is said to have a longer lasting charge than other Power Wheels models, making the road-trip to the park and back a breeze.
The new Corvette C7 Stingray model of Fisher Price’s Power Wheels fleet won’t be available until November. While this seems like a long wait, just think of how many kids might find these under their trees come Christmas morning – and the screeches of joy and disbelief will accompany their find.