Have a young gearhead? Get them the fastest Power Wheel yet!

By Mike McManaman, Cruise the D editor, MMcManaman@wdiv.com
Published On: Jul 11 2013 12:58:25 PM EDT

So kids like cars. Just look at the little girl who decided to open up her dad’s eBay app and ordered a 1962 Austin Healey. Clearly, she wants to be a gearhead.

But she isn't old enough to drive daddy’s new car yet. So why not buy her the next best thing?


Power Wheels plans on releasing a version of the 2014 Chevy Corvette Stingray.

If you haven't heard, the Stingray name is back after not having been used since 1976. It has been in the news a bit lately for being a sports car with great gas mileage and has even been dubbed the ‘Evo-vette’. It boasts 29 mpg highway, 17 mpg city. That's all happening with 455 hp.

The Power Wheels Corvette Stingrays can speed up to 6mph, has shiny "chrome" wheels, and is totally electric. Your child will have the fastest Power Wheel on the block AND they’ll be eco-friendly. You won't hear them complain to you about high gas prices!


This sweet ride rolls out to stores in September and will set you back $275.

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