Tesla, a company known for their futuristic and eco-friendly take on the automotive industry, is looking to change the gas-powered cars to “Tesla Model S for Kids” battery powered ride-on car built by Radio Flyer.
Radio Flyer is the 100 year-old American toy company that gave us the immortal “little red wagon” in 1917. It introduced the Tesla Model S for Kids in 2016.
The Disney-Tesla partnership will promote electric transport and give today’s kids — and tomorrow’s car owners — all the more reason to buy Tesla electric vehicles (EVs) when they grow-up.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk posted this tweet earlier this week, which seemingly hints at a partnership:
The Tesla Model S for Kids was created in cooperation with Tesla. It’s powered by a Tesla-branded lithium ion battery pack.
This kiddie car also has a charger that resembles Tesla’s own Wall Connector, working headlights, and a functional “frunk” (front trunk) where kids can store their things.