A$ 250 toy car was created byengineering for teenagers.

A$ 250 toy car was created byengineering for teenagers.

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Lawrence Bonk

A$ 250 toy car/doodad has just been unveiled byengineering for teenagers. Yes, the price is$ 250 for a small, wheeled piece of metal that you can use to pass the time before getting bored. The business typically makes two different product releases. There are also everything else, including the incredibly expensive but surprisingly cool audio devices. The latter group is directly responsible for today’s surprise release.

This is a doodad that should cost around$ 2.50, not$ 250, even though it may not be quite as outrageous as the company’s$ 1,600 desk that you must assemble yourself or those$ 2,000 wooden dolls. According toengineering for teenagers, its Grip Car has smooth ball bearing rubber wheels and is made of aluminum. The company advises people to “move it in any direction” or put it on their shelf, so the use case scenarios seem endless. There are only those two, hold on.

An image ofengineering for teenagers's Grip Car.

engineering for teenagers

For those who are interested, the Grip Car comes in three colors: red, black, or aluminum. Anders Hermansen, a Danish designer who has previously collaborated on the production of some of its in-wall speakers, was the creator.

Incidentally, the officialengineering for teenagers website has been acting peculiarly lately, with an abundance of symbols that seem to advertise some kind of announcement for tomorrow. The company confirmed to Engadget that the Grip Car isn’t part of this forthcoming announcement and to keep an eye out for a press release tomorrow afternoon. The announcement looks to be audio-related, due to the floating icons on the site, but it remains unknown if it’ll be hardware or software.

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