A taste for luxury is best cultivated at a young age. This is why snobbish parents should consider buying the Mini Seven for their little brats. The company who builds this type of car, Micro Electric Vehicles, departed from their usual standard by installing a petrol engine on this pimpin’ ride instead dof the usual electric variety.
Micro Electric Vehicles, or MEV for short, specialize in building high class vehicles suitable for the younger set. Heck, they even have a Hummer that looks super rad. Go here (it’s the official site) for the shiny pics. Promise, your jaw will drop.
As mentioned a few sentences up north, the Mini Seven is different from the usual MEV cars. Yes, it does have a petrol engine and can go 30 km/h, which is moderately fast enough for the kiddie driver to zip around the ‘hood, 50 Cent blasting through custom speakers, and basically showing the world how gangstah he is.
Ahem! Of course, since it’ll be kids without a drivers license who can fit behind the Mini Seven’s wheel, there’s safety features galore built-in this particular model. First, there are sturdy seatbelts. Second, a governing mechanism for adjusting the vehicle’s speed. Third, cushy vinyl seats for optimum comfort. Fourth, lots of small custom jobs for that rich kid touch. (Like embroidered initials on leather.)
Okay, now here’s the ugly part: A Mini Seven will set you back $11,000 plus. If you do buy one, make sure the kid doesn’t crash it.
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