Speedster lets kids see inside a racecar as it moves. There are two ways to play with this car. The first way is just to push it along and play with it like a normal car. You can also turn the car on for lights and sounds and enter special codes to make the car do different things. There are four shape buttons on top of the car for kids to press in 15 different combinations. The codes can be found inside the included hardcover book. When you press in a code, a specific part of the vehicle, such as taillights or the engine, will light up and play sound effects.
The Speedster is all about showing kids how a car works. Pressing in the codes shows kids where the different parts of a car can be found, and reading the book gives kids a detailed description of how all the parts work together.
The Speedster is for ages 6 and up. A parent will need to read the book with their child because the vocabulary in the book might be tough for a 6- or 7-year-old.
Three AA batteries are required.
There is also an additional transmitter, sold separately, that slides onto the side of the book.
3 AA batteries required
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