Tesla and Radio Flyer team up again to create a tiny ride-on Model Y

If you can’t afford the real thing just yet, you can now buy a mini Tesla Model Y for yourself your toddler for less than $100 USD.

Released today by Radio Flyer, the “My First Model Y” is the second Tesla vehicle in the Radio Flyer lineup, and was developed with the Tesla Design Studio to ensure it matches the real thing as closely as possible.

The My First Model Y delivers the superior Tesla experience for the littlest drivers. Developed in partnership with the Tesla Design Studio, this premium ride-on is an authentic kid-sized version of the beautifully sculpted Tesla Model Y body.

Unlike the kids Model S from Radio Flyer, the Model Y is not battery powered, hence the low price. Instead it is a ride-along leg-powered Tesla, allowing kids as young as a 1.5 years old to enjoy the Tesla experience.

Model Y S Radio Flyer

Aside from the steering wheel sticking out the windshield and the roof which has been turned into a seat, the little Model Y looks just like the real thing. It has the 20″ Induction wheels and a very realistic steering wheel with the scroll wheels and a working horn (parents will love that).

Since this is intended more for indoor use, the Model Y comes with rubber tires, instead of the loud plastic tires that are on the more expensive battery-powered Model S (Radio Flyer, please release a rubber tire upgrade for the Model S).

The My First Model Y is designed for kids 1.5-4 years of age, with a weight capacity of 43lbs. It can be pre-ordered now for just $99 USD, and is expected to ship on September 11, 2020.

If you’re ordering from Canada, expect to pay $33.35 USD for shipping via UPS.

Radio Flyer Model Y shipping

Click here to order yours now.

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