Five car-oriented gifts for Father’s Day
Posted on June 16, 2017
If you’re looking for inspiration for a last-minute gift for Father’s Day and your parent is a car fan, you’re in the right place! Car Nation Canada staffers have put their heads together to come up with this list of great car-oriented gifts suitable for Father’s Day. We hope they help!
Ztylus Stinger USB Emergency Escape Tool
Even with the latest cars including USB ports for charging or infotainment, few vehicles have enough for all of our devices to be connected at once. That’s where the Ztylus Stinger USB Emergency Escape Tool
comes in. It has two USB ports for charging from a power outlet and an extra trick up its sleeve.
That trick is a sharp seatbelt cutter and spring-loaded window punch. Both could come in incredibly useful one day.
Many people, myself included have a pair of sunglasses for everyday use and a pair for the car. Usually, the pair for the car are a few years behind those everyday ones. Fix that by buying your father a stylish pair of Ray Bans
. Not only do they look super cool, they can make anyone who wears them cool too, even a father.
While not cheap, I have had my Ray Bans for coming up to six years now and they are still going strong.
I don’t know a man alive who doesn’t, or hasn’t, dreamed of owning or driving a Ferrari. Make that dream come true with this Ferrari Enzo
. Rather than the $1 million+, how about this $99 1/16 scale model? It can be controlled from an iPhone up to a range of 30 feet and uses a neat app designed like a dashboard to direct it.
The car is a good quality model too with working brakes and lights and switchable driving modes too.
Even the most prepared car owner can break down sometimes. Or help others in distress. That’s where the Brightech Scorpion
comes in. A portable car battery jump starter with the added ability to charge phones and tablets too. Order it today for delivery tomorrow and Father’s Day is saved too.
The Brightech Scorpion is a neat device that doubles as a phone charger and torch too. Considering its modest size, there is a lot of utility in this great-looking package.
Porsche 911 GT3 RS
The real Porsche 911 GT3 RS costs over $165,000 but this Lego Technic Porsche 911 GT3 RS
model costs quite a lot less. Available in most toy stores across North America, this is a Father’s Day gift for those dads who like to build. The kit is complete with very detailed car, working engine, doors, hood, trunk, gearshift and more.
Plus, the cool orange colourway makes for a great display piece!
We hope these five ideas help you out in your quest for an imaginative Father’s Day gift. I know I would be happy with any of them!