At a Legoland in Germany, Hyundai is offering children aged between 7 and 13 years of age to get their “drivers license” with a look to the future. The children drive a real electric car with a top speed of up to 6 kph.
Similarly to the real thing, the kids first must undergo theoretical instruction before being allowed to drive a vehicle. They then get to drive a course with realistic traffic situations, signs and traffic lights.
We’re not quite sure if they’re allowed to build their own cars, but surely that can’t be too far off.
hyundai.news (in German)
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