The Latest Luxury Electric Vehicles–for Kids?

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Electric vehicles (EVs) are all the rage these days. In the past, choices were limited to Teslas, the Chevy Volt, and Nissan Leaf. Today, nearly every major carmaker has an EV to choose from, and more models are coming soon.
But the rising trend in EVs isn't restricted to adults. Toy makers have caught on, and are designing little EVs for your kids. There are many options to choose from, and Roadshow by CNET compiled a list of the best.
Interestingly enough, they evaluated them using similar criteria to regular cars. Selections were made based on price, safety, and features. Here are the results.
A father and son in matching red convertibles (one full-sized vehicle, one mini kid version) wave at the camera in a neighborhood.
Electric, kid versions of luxury vehicles add new meaning to mini-me.

Electric vehicles for kids: blue-collar edition

Chevy Silverado by Little Brown Box. Starting at around $330, this is perfect for a kid who loves trucks. This Chevy replica comes with LED headlights. It is currently available in black, white, pink, and red.
Mercedes Actros racing semi by Costzon. A great choice if your kiddo has an appreciation for European-style semi-trucks. Starting at $399.99, this mini-semi is decked out to look like a racing truck, or one that can transport race cars, if you prefer. It's currently available in black and pink.
Tractor by Tobbi. This little tractor is a great choice for a future farmer. Priced from just $179.99, your kid may have enough money left over to upgrade their irrigation system or silos. The attached gated trailer is a nice touch. The tractor by Tobbi is available in six different colors.

Best sporty electric vehicles for kids

Ford Mustang by Moderno. This American classic is available for tots aged 3-6. The mustang comes with a sporty driver's seat and a five-point seat belt. This baby can hit up to 5 mph, so it's a good thing that the driver will be well secured. The Mustang starts at $399.99 and comes equipped with floor mats, a bluetooth MP3 player, and a car cover, among other realistic accents, according to Moderno’s site.
Bugatti Divo by Dakott. Mustangs are nice, but it's hard to beat Italian craftsmanship. This Bugatti Divo even comes with tinted windows. It currently starts around $300, but popular colors can cost up to $100 more on Amazon.
Lamborghini Sian by Tobbi. Maybe your little bambino wants to drive a world-renowned classic? This Lamborghini Sian has all the dramatic angles that modern Lambos are known for. Prices start around $250. In the world of kids cars, Lamborghinis are cheaper than Fords.
McLaren 720s by Modern-Depo. Yes, the Bugatti and Lamborghini are excellent options. But this McLaren comes with butterfly doors. Did we mention it also has a Bluetooth player and USB port? This is the best choice for your future Silicon Valley billionaire. As such, it is the most expensive sporty option, starting at $449.99.

Best niche electric vehicles

Polaris Slingshot by Bahom. The only three-wheeler to make the list. Is it a motorcycle, or is it a car? Who cares, it's fun. The Polaris is currently priced at under $300 and is one of the few cars that has a passenger seat.
Mercedes 300SL roadster by Costzon. If the Polaris is too new age and trendy for your kiddo, maybe they would prefer a more classic model. This Mercedes brings back nostalgia for a bygone era. It's also one of the more reasonably priced options at $189.99.
Jeep Wrangler by Costzon. If "it's a Jeep thing" runs in your family, this Wrangler may be an excellent option. It can also hold two passengers and has a parental remote control mode for your peace of mind. The Jeep starts at $309.99.
Mercedes-Benz Maybach G650s Landaulet by Costzon. Does your kid want a stylish SUV that will turn heads? Look no further than this Mercedes big wheel. This car starts at $225.99 and comes in four different colors, including a cool teal blue and fun hot pink.
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