The one and only thing my son loves more than soccer is race cars and racing. I’m talking every time we go into Target he just HAS to get a new Hot Wheels car. Or any time we’re flipping through the TV channels, if we happen to come across some type of race he just HAS to watch it.
Whether it’s a movie scene or professional racing like NASCAR, he has to stop and watch. And on any given day, you’ll usually find him playing with all of his race cars, pretending to race them and take them through his own obstacle courses.
So as you can imagine, when he got a handful of Modarri cars last year for Christmas he was over the moon. What he liked best about his Modarri cars was that he had the creative freedom to design and build them the way he wanted to. It’s as if he has his own car shop, even if he doesn’t have motor trade insurance. He’s mixing and matching the different colors and designs, creating his next ultimate prize winning race car.
If you haven’t guessed it, Modarri cars come disassembled with a small screw driver included, so your child can build and “fix” their own race cars. This has really given my son an early start on his fine motor skills and learning how to piece things together. Not only that, but kids can mix and match different parts from different cars to create their very own, one of a kind design.
Once assembled, the cars have real suspension and super easy driving ability and steering design. It only takes two fingers to drive these super cool toy cars and they are like no other toy race car I’ve ever seen. In fact, they’re so cool it’s almost hard to believe they’re toy cars for kids.
Modarri recently sent my son a new car and body kit to play with, and he couldn’t wait to start designing. He decided to use the new car’s green base and seat, along with the new body kit’s orange/silver racing design for the frame, and finished it off with blue wheels from one of his other Modarri cars.
From what I’ve observed in the past few days, his cool new souped-up race car is pretty fast and winning tons of racing trophies. But at any point he needs to visit the mechanic after a race, it’s no problem at all. He disassembles his car and uses parts from other Modarri models to create a new and improved design, and in no time he’s ready to hit the race track again.