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Rollplay celebrates 50th anniversary of Woodstock with new ride-ons

Published on: 4th April 2019

The two new VW ride-ons – the Flower Power Bus and Beetle – will be available from May. 

Rollplay’s VW range will see a refresh to both the iconic Bus and the Beetle models and will feature a new ‘Flower Power’ design to mark the 50th anniversary of Woodstock festival.

The 6V Volkswagen Bus is a battery powered ride-on. Children will love the realistic features, including front doors that open and latch shut, working headlights, and horn and engine sounds. The colourful stickers can be stuck on to the car and easily removed, allowing children to customise their own vehicle with flowers and letters. The 6 Volt VW Bus reaches speeds of 2.5MPH and operates in both forward and reverse, while heavy-duty rubber traction strips makes the trip safer and smoother.

The 6V Volkswagen Beetle will also feature the new Flower Power design, allowing kids to create different looks and patterns on the vehicle. The Beetle also looks just like the real thing, right down to the silver VW emblems and high-backed contour seat. This replica model is packed with features that can be found on the real car, including working headlights, a horn and engine sounds and a door that opens and latches shut.

The Flower Power Bus is available in red and the Beetle is available in pink. Both are suitable for children from the age of three years.

For further UK sales information contact Kingsley Li at kingsley.li@rollplay.com / 07986 971 902.

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