It’s not often that the underdogs of the world have an advantage over us normal people, but it happens occasionally. The most recent showing of this comes in the form of the miniature Tesla S made by Radio Flyer. The real deal is far outside the price range of many middle-class adults, so what does Radio Flyer do? They give it to the midgets for $500 just to rub it in our tall faces. Alright, so technically it’s marketed towards children, but little people should take advantage of this opportunity. Nissan Leaf should as well.
MINI TESLA S GIVES KIDS A HEAD START ON ELITISM
The Tesla model S is designed for kids aged 3-8. The perfect age for molding their young minds into the elitist, consumer driven demons. The days of playing stick ball in old man Jenkins backyard are long gone. Heck, you hardly even see a kid just playing outside anymore without some kind of expensive device in their immediate vicinity. Now, with this Tesla S, children will have nothing to work up to. Their first car was a Tesla so they will only feel the need to work their way up from there. Eventually, five-year-olds will be scoffing at you and your reliable Nissan Altima.
RADIO FLYER OFFERS MORE PLAYTIME THAN ANY OTHER TOY
According to Radio Flyer, their mini Tesla has more playtime than any other toy on the market. This is due to their lithium ion battery. As far as other features, the car comes in a myriad of colors, a sound system and a front trunk for storage. The car can reach a whopping speed of six mph, but due to overprotective parents, there is an option of lowering it to three.
HOW WILL NISSAN LEAF RESPOND?
This move by Radio Flyer surely looks harmless, but we all know it is a ploy to get kids familiar with the Model S. They are planting the seeds and hope to reap the benefits down the road. The only hope of saving the world from an army of elitist children lies in the hands of Nissan. Nissan has always spoken for the people, offering cheap, reliable cars. The Leaf is a viable competitor in the electric car market. We just need a mini Nissan leaf so the working class children and midgets of the world can stand a chance aginst those 1%-er kindergarteners.