The ThoughtFull Toys company has developed a new style of toy car to play with called Modarri Cars. Which have been designed to allow you to be able to fully customise them with interchangeable parts as well as a real steering mechanism that you can control with your finger.
Other features of the new Modarri Cars include real working suspension, rubber tyres and no need for batteries. Watch the video after the jump to see how these next-generation toy cars will fuel the imagination of children for years to come.
“Real mechanics – With our the combination of patented steering system, real suspension, tight turning radius, and finger sized bucket seat, you can actually drive them like no other car. You can literally feel the road.
Finger drive – With one finger in the seat, whip the car in tight figure 8s, do slalom racing, spin in a circle, make your own course and do time trials, drive over obstacles, With 2 fingers you can drift, do wheelies, jumps, 180 spin outs, invent your own tricks the possibilities are endless”
“Hex tool with swivel cap- quickly take apart your ride. The retained socket head screws won’t get lost. Built cars won’t fall apart like other building systems
Modular- Each of the 12 parts are designed for quick builds, you won’t have to search for tiny pieces.
Performance- each car has a different suspension travel from low and stiff on the track car to tall and springy on the dirt car. Different body parts and frames allow unique grip and tricks. All cars have super sticky tires too.
Style- All the body parts are designed to work in any combination, even leaving some body parts off, every build will be a unique cool look, the color pallet is designed to always look good with any mashup you create. You get to be the auto designer.”
The Modarri Cars project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think Modarri Cars is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help Modarri Cars become a reality.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Top News, Toys