1. Audi’s Auto Union Type C pedal car
Your junior might not have a driving license, but that doesn’t mean he cannot zip around in an Audi’s Auto Union Type C pedal car. The Auto Union Type C pedal car is the new flagship to the Audi’s quattro GmbH line of lifestyle items and accessories. The scaled-down replica classic Grand Prix race car is more than just a toy, adorned with an aluminum space frame, aluminum bodywork, handcrafted leather seats, hydraulic dual-disc brake, a removable steering wheel, and bespoke spoked wheels. The 1:2 scale model has over 900 individual parts. The Type C pedal car is going to cost you EUR 9,700 (about $12,800).
2. Ferrari FXX Racers Exclusive pedal Go-kart
The Ferrari FXX Racers Exclusive pedal Go-kart is a mighty good way for you to initiate your kids into becoming Ferrari worshippers like you and also have loads of fun racing around the block. The Go-kart sports Super Slick X-treme tires with a diameter of 43 cm, offering a superb grip even in corners. The Ferrari FXX Exclusive Go-kart is fitted with two rear disk brakes, seven gears and an electronic system for speed and lap times. The Ferrari FXX Racers Exclusive pedal Go-kart can be yours for $2,259.
3. 1953 Corvette Pedal Car
Let your budding racer make a real statement with this heirloom quality pedal car modeled after a 1953 Corvette. Made by Kettler, this appealing pedal car comes with a chrome grill, fenders and bumper with detailed wheel covers. The tubular steel frame of the pedal car is safeguarded by a durable ABS solid body painted in a glossy finish. The ball bearing-driven pedal crank uses bicycle pedals and a bicycle sprocket for easy pedaling. A hand-operated coaster lever switches between neutral and drive mode and a right-hand brake lever controls the rear wheels. This quality Corvette Pedal Car, priced at around $1,500, would be a great gift for your toddler.
4. Selfridges Exclusive Audi Kids sports car
This exclusive Selfridges Audi Kids sports car, just like the real one, offers soft seat upholstery, real handbrake, whisper wheels and original Audi design wheel rims. The car is fully adjustable to suit the driver and is priced at a mere $445.
5. Playsam’s Saab Roadster toy car
Suitable for children over 12 months of age, the Saab Roadster wooden toy car has a clean and simple design inspired by the very first Saab-Sixten Sason’s prototype 92001. The car comes with a high gloss finish and looks as cool as the original Saab cars from the ‘40s and ‘50s. Designed by Ulf Hanses, the toy has a steering wheel made of wood and metal, just like the one usually seen inside the old sports car. The PlaySam Saab Roadster is priced at €295 (around $390).
6. 190SL Mercedes Benz Pedal Car Ride-on
Modeled after the Mercedes-Benz 190SL that debuted in 1955, this pedal car is loaded with luxury touches from bumper to grille, with a sturdy steel body, glossy, powder-coat finish, and shiny chrome trim. Attention has been paid to every single detail. The Mercedes 190SL Pedal Car will set you back $300.
7. 1932 Ford Flamed Hot Rod
Officially licensed by Ford Motor Company, this Ford Roadster feature chrome “Ford” hubcaps, detailed ‘32 grille, working trunk, custom graphics and real hood louvers. The 1932 Ford Flamed Roadster Retro Pedal Car is priced at $249.
8. BMW Baby Racer II Motorsport
Here comes a luxury ride for the budding drivers from one and a half to 3 years old. The BMW Baby Racer II Motorsport has been designed to look like a real racing car, with an aerodynamic front spoiler, speedometer and rev counter. The BMW logo has been done in metallic effect on the front and back of the toy car. The BMW Baby Racer II Motorsport sells for $133