Stop the earth, I want to get off.

Audi is selling this two-seater car for wealthy children aged six to eleven. It costs $10,250. Interestingly, that’s almost the U.S. poverty threshold for two elderly people.

Features: Equipped with a fully functional lighting system including head, tail/brake lights and turn indicators. An all weather fiberglass body. Rack & Pinion Steering. Full suspension, disc brakes, emergency brake, working horn, simulated dashboard & two padded seats which are adjustable. (Custom colors also available.)

Technical Specifications:
Honda 4 Stroke Engine, 83 cc. 2.2 h.p. Pull Start. Transmission - 2 forward / 1 Reverse. Max speed is 13 m.p.h. (Speed is governable.)

Dimensions: Overall Length - 87”; Width - 40”; Height - 30”

Free Shipping Within The Continental USA.

One Year Limited Warranty
Age range depends upon child’s ability.

Adult Supervision Required.

Always wear a DOT approved helmet.

Vehicle is NOT street legal.

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I'm Clive Thompson, the author of Smarter Than You Think: How Technology is Changing Our Minds for the Better (Penguin Press). You can order the book now at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Powells, Indiebound, or through your local bookstore! I'm also a contributing writer for the New York Times Magazine and a columnist for Wired magazine. Email is here or ping me via the antiquated form of AOL IM (pomeranian99).

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