If you can't afford a $95,000 Tesla Model S, there's a much cheaper option in works – but be warned: it maxes out at about ten kilometres per hour.
That's because this Model S is for kids, which is why it only costs $499 US and comes with one seat that pokes out from the middle of the car.
According to the toy's website, a charge on the regular battery only covers about nine and a half kilometres, meaning it doesn't make for a great commuter vehicle.
Additionally, it's designed for three to six-year-olds.
The miniature vehicle was built by Radio Flyer, commonly known as the company that makes the red toy wagon, also known as the Radio Flyer.
The nearly 100-year-old company makes scooters, tricycles and evidently functional model sports cars.
Just like the real electric vehicle, it runs on a lithium-ion battery, has working headlights and is Tesla CEO Elon Musk approved
This baby Model S really is quite fun https://t.co/40W5sS5bKI— @elonmusk
Several Twitter users imagined what it must have been like to have the 44-year-old chief executive test-driving a car made for children
Despite it being for kids, grown adults have expressed interest in owning one
@elonmusk what…what’s the weight limit? Asking for my kid of course. It’s for kids.— @jefframes
@elonmusk Can it support a 230 lb guy with long legs? Asking for a friend... :)— @DaveWoodX
Others focused on the fact that this tiny car is a Tesla model they could finally afford
@elonmusk I know you were trying to make the next model of Tesla more affordable but I think you may have gone too far…— @DareMachina
There were some concerns over insurance, however
@elonmusk i dont think geico will cover this on my policy.— @datemetayswf13
@datemetayswf13 Hey what's going on? Can we help you with something? -Jessica— @GEICO_Service
And many expressed regret that it doesn't actually come with any of the Tesla's self-driving features
The Verge, however, pointed out that if your young child really wants to put pedal to the metal, they might be better off in an Arrow Smart-Kart.
That red sport vehicle comes with none of the decorative features of the Tesla Model S for Kids, but does go to the extreme speed of 19 kilometres per hour.
That is nine kilometres faster that the average road speed of a bicycle in Copenhagen.
As for adults looking to own part of the tiny Tesla experience without spending almost $500 (plus another $50 for the optional car cover), Tesla also sells roughly 28 centimetre long die cast models for $210 US.