Your kids can drive this electric, Android-equipped 'sports car'. The Broon F8 series, child-sized electric "supercar" has features you probably wish you had in your own ride. Independent suspension, differential steering and adjustable driving modes -- this vehicle has its own 7-inch Android tablet that serves as both the dashboard and infotainment control deck (yes, there's a sound system). Junior doesn't even have to drive at all, since there's a Bluetooth-based remote control.
Ok, this is just a concept car for the moment, for the Smart Forstars has one kickass feature that we haven’t seen anywhere else. The hood has an integrated projector, which means that as long as you’re parked in front of a flat wall someplace, you got yourself a drive-in theatre. You connect your phone to the system wirelessly, and it gets the videos from there. Audio of course is pumped through the car’s sound system. There’s no details on the brightness or even resolution of this thing,
1990 Honda Caren. The layout of this cute little vehicle is that of a moped & sidecar, with an all-enveloping bodyshell providing seating for 1 person. There is a single door on the "sidecar" side. It is thoroughly tricked out Miami-style, with spotlamps, neon lighting around the windshield, a single full-width chrome spinner on the "sidecar" wheel only, musical multi-tone horn, extra chrome, & a monster sound system. With only 1931 miles on the clock, it is in mint original condition.