Adult Version Of Kids Favorite Cozy Coupe Little Tikes Car Now On Sale

Posted: Oct 17 2015, 6:50am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 18 2015, 6:41pm CDT, in Cars & Vehicles


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Adult Version of Kids Favorite Cozy Coupe Little Tikes Car Now on Sale
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  • The adult version of ‘Cozy Coupe’ Little Tikes car is here!

It seems like the favourite children’s car is all grown up with its roadworthy version.

The Cozy Coupe Little Tikes car is undeniably the most famous children’s car present ever. Now it seems like the car has all grown up. The adult sized version of the car has hit the market.

The adult sized version is an actual roadworthy car. The car used to be a trademark for little children but now even adults can drive it.

The car still has its trademark yellow and red design. The car has a yellow top, giant windows and chunky wheels. Even the carton eyes on the wheels are present in the adult sized version.

The adult sized version runs on petrol rather than batteries. The speed limit of the Coupe is 70 mph. The adult sized versions are available for a whopping £21,500 on eBay.

The car was first invented by the mechanic brother duo John and Geoff Bitmead from Attitude Autos. The dup made the real life version back in November 2013. However the brothers only decided to sell the car on eBay recently.

The car was made using adaptations from Daewoo Matiz, according to Metro. It took the mechanics a total of 1,000 hours to make the car. It also cost them £4,000 for the construction.

The car has around 5,000 miles on the clock. The car has been used by John Bitmead for children’s charities for over 2 years. The little car has helped raise thousands over the years.

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