The freewheeling ride is kid powered when it comes to spinning the tires, but the "dance" was no doubt inspired by years of watching souped-up cars on hydraulics (typically of the low-rider variety) bounce humorously to thunderous beats and infectious grooves. Here, the multi-function vehicle beams with colorful interior lighting and working headlights, along with the ability to honk it's horn, set off an alarm, or provide the sound of ignition and speed-off in addition to it's club-thumping four-wheeled moves. In a lot of ways, the motion reminds me a lot of Herbie... you know, The Love Bug! The Rock Daughters didn't get the reference, as I realized they'd not seen the movie - all though they have seen a moving Herbie replica at the Volo Auto Museum.
The Road Rippers Dancing Car collection is Rock Father-approved, and is available now at retailers Nationwide, with both the Mini Cooper S and Volkswagen Beetle ready to race home with you. Check out ToyState.com for more.