The parking bay has some tiny removable trays where Cutie Cars and mini-Shopkins can have an imaginary snack. The sky deck lets kids take their cars up for some high-rise display. The elevator lets Cutie Cars go up and down the Drive-Thru with the turn of a pole. Going up even activates a ramp that lets cars cruise into the sky deck all by itself! The spin ‘n’ serve drive thru section also shows off a bit of mechanical fun. Kids can park one of their Cutie Cars in the drive thru and display them with an openable window. When they’re ready to get back on the road, kids can turn the wheel on top and watch the car drive off the ramp and into its next adventure.
The Cutie Cars Drive-Thru is easy to assemble, as parents and caregivers can simply slide the ramps and elevator into place. The play set is also great for engaging kids’ imaginations by encouraging them to create their own adventures with the Cutie Car collections.
The Shopkins Cutie Cars Drive-Thru Diner playset is the perfect place for Cutie Cars to pull over and have fun.
Carlos Cadorniga is an editorial intern at Adventure Publishing Group and a recent journalism graduate from Stony Brook University. He crafts weekly toy reviews for The Toy Insider and contributes to the Toy Book trade magazine. His hobbies include watching cartoons, singing, playing video games, creative writing, and bragging about his trip to Japan. His favorite color is pink and he will not let you forget it, and his favorite sport is seeing how many episodes of The Office he can rewatch on Netflix in one sitting.
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