Teenage Engineering recently announced the release of its Grip Car. Priced at $250, the small piece of metal with wheels is meant to be rolled around a desk for entertainment. The Grip Car is marketed as having endless use case scenarios, including moving it in any direction or putting it on a shelf. It is made from aluminum and features smooth ball bearing rubber wheels. The car is available in red, black, or aluminum colors. It was designed by a designer who has previously worked with companies like Bang & Olufsen.
The announcement of the Grip Car comes amidst peculiar symbols on the company’s website, hinting at an upcoming audio-related announcement. However, it is unclear whether the announcement will be hardware or software-related. The Grip Car is not part of this forthcoming announcement, but a press release is expected tomorrow.