Mercedes-Benz, German manufacturer of luxury cars has unveiled a single seat sports car for toddlers at the ongoing 2016 Paris Auto Show. Just like the McLaren’s all-electric P1 supercar which we showed you few days back, the Mercedes AMG GT Bobby-car is specifically designed for your young ones. The cute looking mini Bobby cars are meant for kids 18 months and up and will be available in two luxury variants.
The classic silver colored model is designed after standard AMG GT and features a red seat cushion, detailed lights, silver inserts on the steering and “whisper” tires on cross-spoke wheels. Other variant of the mini car comes in bright yellow color and is modeled after the 2-seater coupé, Mercedes-AMG GT S. This version features a flat-bottomed steering wheel and a detailed instrument cluster. Also, it comes with black wheels, a black seat cushion and LED headlamps with daytime running lights.
Parents out there looking to indulge their kids into the world of automotive luxury can grab the AMG GT Bobby-Car now at Mercedes dealers and select toy retailers.
In other news from the 2016 Paris Auto Show, the most shocking surprise came from Renault which introduced its all new electric concept car. Christened Renault Trezor, the two-seater supercar features, red windscreen and forward sliding roof that replaces the traditional car doors. On the inside, the concept car features a Formula 1-inspired rectangular steering wheel, red leather upholstered low-level seats and a wooden dashboard, designed in partnership with French cycle manufacturer KEIM.
Crafted from silver-colored carbon, the Renault Trezor concept car runs on two batteries and can go from 0 to 62 miles per hour in under four seconds. The car comes with three driving modes: neutral, sport and autonomous. The exterior lights of the car changes color to signal other drivers when it is in autonomous mode.