Berg Toys launches £350 Ferrari FXX pedal car: V12 not included...
8 February 2008

If your kids drive you mad, running round the living room making revving noises and shouting "Look at me! I'm Michael Schumacher," Berg Toys has the answer to your prayers. At least it has provided you've been praying for a four-foot pedal in which they can drive around the living room making revving noises and running into your valuables.Berg's basic FXX Racer pedal car comes with a seven speed gearbox, on-board computer, disc brakes and semi slick racing tyres all for £350. Alright. so the bairns have to pedal, but that apart, this might as well be the real thing.What's more, for those infant drivers who fancy themselves as future Premiership footballers can splash out on the pimped version: the FXX Exclusive. For £1050, your junior David Beckham gets a premium racing bucket seat, a four-point harness, a leather steering wheel, an aero kit, and even bigger alloy wheels.Both models will be available on Berg’s website and in Ferrari dealerships from March.

Mark Rainford

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10 February 2008

Andthe point of £1050 toy ferrari? This is genius a green Ferrari!!!!

11 February 2008

Never mind the kids, I want one.

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