The luxury car brand Rolls-Royce has unveiled a new single seat electric sports car for children. If you think it is a matter of prestige, a new toy for ultra rich kids, this time you’re wrong. This tiny Rolls-Royce has been designed for children to drive around a hospital. It was built for the St. Richard’s Hospital Pediatric Day Surgery Unit, located in in Chichester, West Sussex (the same town as Rolls-Royce headquarters). The car also gets its SRH name from the hospital.
Engineers at the iconic British firm spent more than 400 hours of their spare time developing the all-new Rolls-Royce SRH. The car which is 165cm long, 80cm wide and 70cm high, weighs 135kg. It boasts a 24-volt gel battery and top speed of 10mph.
The SRH has a two-tone paint-scheme of Andalusian White and Salamanca Blue and is finished with a hand-applied St James Red coachlin. Youngsters can drive themselves to the operating theatre in a bid to ease anxiety and stress.