Audi TT Convertible is a Coin Operated Kiddie Ride in China

Published on October 12, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter

Audi TT Convertible is a Coin Operated Kiddie Ride in China

Seen today on da streets in Shanghai, this interesting Audi TT Convertible coin operated kiddie ride. One yuan for ten minutes bouncing around. The machine is made in China by a factory where someone must like the Audi TT very much. It even had a German license plate! And a big wing, for downforce.

The young driver van watch the popular cartoon ‘Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf’ while driving. This indeed is very unsafe and teached a bad lesson to children, connect this with these giant screens in many new China-made automobiles and you got a big potential killing field some ten years from now. I like Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf, they are really funny. Boem!!!  Three-spoke steering wheel is very cool.


Mirrors are folded, strangely to the front, this is unsafe as well. Alloys are good.

Count the rings…



Add Comment
  1. Markus- October 12, 2012 Reply

    This is definetely the worst and most ridiculous attempt to copy a German license plate! OMG!

  2. Anon- October 14, 2012 Reply

    Now that’s a nice set of wheels.

Leave a Reply

Are you real? * Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.