BEST KIDS ELECTRIC TOY RIDES OF 2021

 

BEST KIDS ELECTRIC TOY RIDES COMPILATION

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LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron 42083

 Race Car Building Kit and Engineering Toy, Adult Collectible Sports Car with Scale Model Engine (3599 Pieces) GET IT ON AMAZON

Bugatti Divo by Uenjoy

Uenjoy 12V Licensed Bugatti Divo Kids Ride On Car Electric Cars Motorized Vehicles for Kids, with Remote Control, Music, Horn, Spring Suspension, Safety GET IT ON AMAZON

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ by Ikon Motorsports

Ride on Car, Licensed Lamborghini Aventador SVJ w/ Remote Control, Suspension, Opening Doors, Power Display & MP3 (Black) GET IT ON AMAZON

Mercedes 300SL roadster by Costzon

TOBBI 12V Licensed Mercedes-Benz AMG G63 Kids Ride On Cars Toys with Remote Control,Spring Suspension System,Openable Doors,Music,LED Lights(White) GET IT ON AMAZON

Jeep Wrangler by Costzon

Costzon Ride On Truck, 12V Battery Powered Electric Ride On Car w/ 2.4 GHZ Parental Remote Control, LED Lights, Double Doors, Safety Belt, Music, MP3 Player. GET IT ON AMAZON

Mercedes-Benz Maybach G650s Landaulet by Costzon

Costzon Ride on Car, Licensed Mercedes-Benz Maybach G650S, 12V Battery Powered Toy w/ 2 Motors, 2.4G Remote Control, 3 Speeds, Lights, Horn, Music, Truck,.. GET IT ON AMAZON

McLaren Senna by Tobbi

GTR 42123 Toy Car Model Building Kit; Build and Display an Authentic McLaren Supercar, New 2021 (830 Pieces) GET IT ON AMAZON

eFTR Jr. by Indian

Best Choice Products 12V Ride On Car Truck w/ Remote Control, 3 Speeds, Spring Suspension, LED Light Black GET IT ON AMAZON

 

INTRODUCTION

If you’re a mere mortal like us, then these plastic-fantastic supercars are as close as you or your kids are likely to get to the real thing.

Do you have human children (or perhaps very adventurous pets) who you’re trying to get interested in cars? Well, unless you’re already independently wealthy and have plans to raise the next Senna by financing their karting career, a battery-powered ride-on car is kind of the next best thing.

Like seemingly everything these days, ride-on vehicles have gotten cheaper and offer up way more choice to gearhead parents, be they Jeepers, Bugatti enthusiasts, budding farmers or professional TikTok celebs. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of our favorite ride-ons for your kids. Check out our other publication like desktop computer, rowing machine, running headphone, streaming device, power bank, digital camera, mug warmers,

 

BEST KIDS ELECTRIC TOY RIDES BUYERS GUIDE

There are a number of key things to look out for, starting with the maximum rider weight figure. If you think the recipient child will quickly surpass this number, you may want to look for something more long-lasting. If a seller recommends an age range, you can use this as a guide too.

Another great feature provided by some models is a parental remote control. These allow adults to take control of electric cars remotely, which is ideal for youngsters who aren’t yet coordinated enough to operate the typical forward and reverse gears while also thinking about steering. Of course, if the kids are capable of driving all on their own, a remote control may be something you can do without.

Charging and running times for the toy electric cars are also worth looking at. Some models on the market may undercut their rivals on price by fitting smaller batteries, which means they can’t be used for as long before they go flat and need topping up. A bigger battery will help avoid interrupted play times, but you should also be aware that most kids electric cars on the market take a good few hours to charge fully.

Other features to look out for include safety belts, sound effects and MP3 functionality, while some electric cars will also provide a key start function for an authentic driving experience.

 

LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron 42083

The Polaris Slingshot is a three-wheeled vehicle that is very popular for reasons that are completely inexplicable to most people. I will say that it’s definitely a vehicle (I’m reticent to use the word “car”) that gets looks wherever it goes. Now your toddler can enjoy that same kind of utterly puzzling automotive notoriety when they creep around on your sidewalk on this three-wheeler.

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Bugatti Divo by Uenjoy

The Bugatti Divo is meant to be the “sports car” version of the already very silly-fast Chiron, and while it’s unlikely that you will get behind the wheel of one of the exceedingly limited and eye-wateringly expensive hypercars, thankfully you can live vicariously through your progeny as they careen around your driveway at nowhere-near-nosebleed-inducing speeds. Seriously — this is a cool toy, and I’m kind of jealous.

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Lamborghini Aventador SVJ by Ikon Motorsports

Perhaps you and your bambino are looking for a slightly more Italiano experience, one where the backward hand wave thing that your kid picked up God knows where doesn’t seem quite so weird or off-putting. In that (very specific) case, the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ may be the right ride-on for you and your famiglia.

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inducing speeds

Mercedes 300SL roadster by Costzon

So three-wheeled novelty transportation and hypercars aren’t your kid’s thing? Maybe they have an old soul or were just born with a level of class and sophistication far outsizing their tiny body. In that case, there’s the Mercedes-Benz 300SL roadster ride on. Sure, you can complain about the lack of a gullwing model, but frankly, do you want to be responsible for what happens when it inevitably breaks with your kid stuck inside? I didn’t think so.

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sophistication

Jeep Wrangler by Costzon

What if your progeny is shaping up to be a budding Emme Hall? Maybe they want something rugged and off-road-capable-looking. Well, of course the ride-on market has you covered here as well. This fully fake-mall-crawl-accessory-clad (seriously, look at those angry eyebrows!) Jeep Wrangler should absolutely get your kiddo practicing their Jeep wave in no time.

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sophistication

Mercedes Maybach.G650s.

Is your human child a budding Tik-Tok star? Are they already looking at overpriced empty mansions to rent in Los Angeles? Are they possibly destined to be Roadshow’s social media maven, Daniel Golson or the future head of a global petrochemical empire? Well, if they are any of those, then the only reasonable option for them when it comes to a ride-on is a Mercedes Maybach.G650s.

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McLaren Senna by Tobbi

What about you, person-who-only-wears-F1-merch and who is obsessed with shaving another few tenths off of Junior’s first hot laps? Don’t worry, we haven’t forgotten about you. Meet the questionably-licensed McLaren Senna ride-on. Sure, it’s ugly, but your little hot shoe won’t care. They understand that this ride-on was designed to look just like a car that was made to go fast, good looks be damned.

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sophistication

eFTR Jr. by Indian

Not every parent wants their kid swanning about in a four-wheeled plastic statement piece, or to find them in their room drawing up crude Montana license plates on construction paper. No, for some, it’s a two-wheeled tradition that they want to pass down, and for those, there’s the I’m-annoyed-it’s-for-kids eFTR Jr. from Indian. It’s expensive, and it’s likely going to lead to some scraped knees and maybe an unhealthy obsession with flat-track racing, but it’s awesome and it looks like the other big FTR models, racing and on-road.

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sophistication

Conclusion

Will having a tiny plastic car that they can drive make your kid the envy of all other kids on the block? Probably, so there’s no reason not to get one. Maybe also consider what you’ll need to charge it efficiently as well as a helmet, and while you’re at it, score some cones so that you can set up a tiny. That way Junior has a leg up when it comes time to graduate to more expensive ways for you to live vicariously through them.

Keep in mind that it’s a really good idea to make sure you’re supervising your kids while they’re motoring around and that they really should have helmets, too.