The Broon F8 is one of the latest supercars to hit the road – but one with a difference.
The electric vehicle boasts four-wheel drive, LED headlights, a full touchscreen control and entertainment system and has intelligent drive assist, and can even be controlled remotely.
However, it has one difference from the Ferraris and Lamborghinis of the world – it is aimed at kids.
The Korean car costs just $1,000 – and is the ultimate toy.
‘The sophisticated design, state of the art mechanism, the maximum level of safety, and the smartest technology,’ the firm says.
‘The Broon is not just a car, it is a supercar for your kids.’
Power comes from a 12v/24v 15,000RPM motor with a top speed of 14 km/h.
For driver safey, there are bucket seats with four-point safety harnesses and thanks to a self-analysis system, the car provides excellent handling as it distributes the power to the wheels based on terrain.
For rough playrooms, the Broon is equipped with individual suspension on all wheels.
The suspensions have upper and lower arm structure, which firmly supports the wheels, and gas shock absorbers prevent vibration.
‘It will be the most comfortable ride your child can ever experience, ‘ the firm says.
It also uses real tyres.
‘Unlike the toy wheels used on most kids` vehicles, Broon’s wheel structure is similar to that on an actual motor vehicle.
It has three driving modes, ‘Comfort’ mode makes acceleration and braking slow and easy. ‘Normal’ increases the sensitivity of the gas and brake pedals and ‘Dynamic’ mode cranks it all up.
The pedals can also be used as an input device for playing games and other functionality
And if your child isn’t keen ion driving, you can turn it into the world’s largest remote controlled car thanks to a provided controller.
Source: Daily Mail