If you were wondering if buying your kid a miniature version of a Range Rover would have a detrimental affect on their sense of entitlement, you're absolutely right. Because kids who spend their childhood driving miniature Range Rovers grow up to become teenagers who expect the real thing when they turn seventeen. So just be prepared for when that other shoe drops.
For around $600/£406, which is far cheaper than the real thing, this pint-sized Range Rover comfortably seats two passengers, has a top speed of 4.5 MPH, has working sound effects, and a sound system that kids can connect their MP3 player too. Because let's face it, any kid lucky enough to have their own Range Rover probably has their own smartphone as well. [Feber via Toy World]
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