EVs are rapidly becoming a regular part of the full-size automotive landscape, but they've dominated the children's market for decades. Hyundai is introducing their first-ever vehicle in that segment with a kid-sized EV based on their 45 concept car. The 45 debuted last year at the Frankfurt Auto Show, and the lines translate well to its smaller sibling. The angular "kinetic cube lamp" design is recreated in miniature with the addition of an open-roof speedster body. Two DC motors power the unnamed ride-on to a top speed of 4.5 MPH, while Hyundai claims their Emotion Adaptive Vehicle Control can extend range based on the joy level of the driver. Hyundai hasn't officially announced plans for production, but don't be surprised to see them showing up on lawns near you.