The Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept it’s an exciting preview of things to come, but customers can already purchase an electric Challenger SRT Hellcat if they’re willing to make a few compromises.

Key among these is a top speed of 2.8 mph (4.5 km/h), which is comfortably the same as the road models in Security mode. Although the latter mode can be deactivated, the iRerts Challenger ride-on does not have such a setting.

Available at Walmart for $209.99 (not including shipping), the officially licensed toy is designed for children ages three to five. In addition to the Challenger’s styling, the model has functional LED headlights, push-button ignition and an MP3 player that sounds better than the Charger Daytona exhaust.

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The 66-pound (30 kg) weight limit doesn’t allow adults to ride, but they can still join in on the fun thanks to the seven-button remote control. This allows them to move forward and backward as well as make turns.

While the Challenger SRT Hellcat has a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine that produces 717 hp. (535 kW / 727 hp), its base counterpart has a 12 V battery that powers an electric motor that develops just 0.1 hp. (54 W). This setting denies any Fast and Furious and antics, but kids can expect one to two hours of play. Hopefully that’s enough as it takes 5-8 hours to fully charge the battery.

H/T to Mopar Insiders

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