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Costway 12V Licensed BMW I8 Kids Ride On Car w/ 2.4G Remote Control MP3 LED Lights Red

Item# SPM15641348824 | Model# TY327452RE | Added on August 1, 2020 |
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Costway 12V Licensed BMW I8 Kids Ride On Car w/ 2.4G Remote Control MP3 LED Lights Red
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Are you bothered by your kids' addiction to video games? Our ride on car is the perfect solution! This toy car is a small version of real luxury car. Children can seat on the car to go for a ride, or parents control the car with 2.4G remote control. Spacious seat, operable pedal, forward/ reverse shifter, horn and steering wheel will give them wonderful and exciting driving experience. With slow startup design, wear-resistant wheels and belt, your little one will get the best protection. Kids can press the button to switch songs and listen stories, doubling their enjoyment.

Features:
2 powerful drive motors to reach 3-5 km/h speed
Equipped with MP3 interface, USB port and TF card slot to connect external devices
2.4 G parental remote control mode (3 adjustable speeds) & battery operate mode (high/low speeds)
Slow start function for gradual acceleration and reliable braking
Spacious seat with safety belt for sitting and playing
Luxury appearance, bright LED lights and horn sound to attract baby
Built-in music/ story function to enrich children's knowledge
Shock-resistant rear wheels for long-time use
Forward & reverse shifter and steering wheel for kids to operate easily
Doors with safety lock to prevent kids from falling off the car
One-button start design for enough convenience
Has passed CEC and with ASTM certification for safe use
Max weight capacity can reach 66 lbs
Ideal for children aged 37-96 months old

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Color: Red
Material: PP + Iron
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