Last year Audi became the first automaker to display at the International Toy Fair. But as fun as their cars can be, it wasn't their full-size automobiles that were on display at the Nuremberg expo: it was their range of toys, of course, including a children's pedal car styled after the iconic Auto Union Type C "Silver Arrow" grand prix car, only about half the size.
This year Audi came back with an electric version bearing the same "e-tron" label as its full-size electric concepts. The "Type C e-tron study" packs a 1.5-horsepower electric motor to drive the little car up to 18.64 miles per hour with a range of over 15 miles on a single charge, which takes two hours on a standard 230-volt European socket. Best of all, while it's designed for children, it can accommodate an adult up to 5'11".
Unfortunately it appears to be just a concept at the moment, but with enough enthusiasm Audi could very well put it into production, perfect for scooting around the grounds of a private estate or gated community.