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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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His high-power micro motors drive forward, reverse and full 360° turns. Lightning McQueen Alive also moves his eyes, shrugs his shoulders and speaks with an incredibly lifelike moving mouth.
Capture all the on-screen magic as Lightning McQueen Alive says over 40 signature phrases, squeals his tires and interacts with you. When Lightning McQueen needs to refuel after a long day's play, simply place him back on the included gas station charger to refresh his batteries.
3 Micro Motors. 1 - used for the life-like, moving MOUTH. 1 - used for SHOULDER & EYE movement . 1 - used for DRIVING: including forward, reverse, turning.
Cell Phone Speakers and Amplifier for amazing sound
Integrated Touch Sensors for user interaction (McQueen Alive is not an RC car)
Rechargeable, Lithium Polymer Battery
i bought it for my son who is 1 half years old, it is a must for collectors that i bought an extra one incase this gets damaged. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mariam Dubai
Best adult toy to share with the kids. Rather touchy or maybe because I'm old and don't completely understand it, but super terrific in animation.Published 14 months ago by P Mass
I bought this for my son's Easter present, it never worked straight out of the box. We sent it back immediately.Published 15 months ago by DRB77
This is not a kids toy. It's a tiny little thing that costs a lot of money for nothing. Not impressed at all.Published 20 months ago by Terri Moorer
I think this toy is pretty neat. But my daughter doesn't seem interested in it at all. She loves the movie though that's for sure. Read morePublished 21 months ago by mary
We love ours, I bought three, one for myself 43yrs old , one for my son 3yrs old, and one to save till college time to help fund that adventure..... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Eric McMillian