Filed under: Etc., Chevrolet, Toys/Games, Electric If you thought the idea of a 30-mile per gallon Corvette seemed crazy, just ...
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  • Power Wheels builds a C7 Corvette for the kids

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    If you thought the idea of a 30-mile per gallon Corvette seemed crazy, just wait until you see the all-electric version of the Stingray. Fisher-Price has created a new Power Wheels machine based on the C7 Corvette, and like its full-scale namesake, this kid's toy promises great performance.

    Fisher-Price says this is the fastest Power Wheels it offers with a top speed of six miles per hour, and kids will be able to enjoy the car for longer periods of time thanks to its 12-volt battery, which is said to have a longer-lasting charge than other lesser models. Just like the grown-ups, though, kids are going to have to wait a little bit longer to enjoy the Corvette as this new Power Wheels model won't be in stores until November.Power Wheels builds a C7 Corvette for the kids originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 11 Jul 2013 07:58:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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