Amazing Disney Cars McQueen Ride on Car gives your little one an exciting replica of the famous racing car from the Disney Cars films & comes complete with racing decals.
Under the distinctive red body of Lightning McQueen lies a 6V battery that sends the car forward when your child depresses the accelerator pedal with their foot.
This great fun battery-operated car features starting klaxon sounds and lights on the steering wheel. Your Kids Car is made from high quality, fade resistant plastic that does not lose its colour in the sun.
McQueen Ride on Car Specifications
|Age Group||3-6 years|
|Ride Time||Approximate 45 mins|
|Wheels||Smooth riding tires with rubber strips to improve traction and control|
|Speed||Up to 2.5 MPH|
Some Interesting Lightning McQueen Trivia
- McQueen’s racing number was going to be 57 at first, as a reference to John Lasseter’s birth in 1957, but the filmmakers later changed it to “95”, referencing Toy Story‘s release in 1995.
- Lightning is named after deceased Pixar supervising animator Glenn McQueen.
- For some reason, Lightning is in his original Rust-eze paint job in the second film’s teaser trailer, even though it never appeared in the film. However, it could be that the filmmakers did not have his new customization completed at the time.
- One of the children in Toy Story 3 who plays in Sunnyside’s Caterpillar Room wears a T-shirt that includes Lightning’s bolt and racing number in the same style.
- A toy that looks similar to Lightning can be seen in the Butterfly Room in Toy Story 3.
- In the first film, Lightning noted the reason why he did not have any actual headlights was because he thought racers do not need them on a racetrack that is always lit with lights. However, in the second film, when he was being upgraded for the World Grand Prix, he decided to replace his headlight stickers with actual headlights, though Sally still calls him “Stickers”.