You could get this luxury Ferrari for £96,000, but there’s a catch
CLASSIC car enthusiasts can now snag their dream engine for a fraction of the price – but there’s a big catch.
Drivers won’t really be able to get behind the wheel unless they’re also in a shrinking machine, as the vehicles are mini versions.
Pint-sized models of the Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa, Aston Martin DB5 and Bugatti Type 35 will redefine the motor world.
The Little Car Company’s downsized sports cars may not be roadworthy, but they’re sure to impress your friends.
If you fancy getting up close and personal with one of the most prized vintage Ferraris, you should rethink your expectations.
Although this little red Testa Rossa J still costs £96,000, it’s a lot cheaper than the full-size versions, which sell for up to £32m.
It’s also much easier to park because it’s only three meters long.
The baby Ferrari even boasts a top speed of 80 km/h, albeit slightly slower than its full-size counterpart, which tops out at a thrilling 260 km/h.
Or why not channel both your inner James Bond and inner child with the Aston Martin DB5 Junior.
The small, secret agent-approved vehicle is priced at £46,000, while the original is worth up to £1million.
This mini motor can also zoom up to 80km/h fast compared to its towering older sister which can reach speeds of 145km/h.
The trio of tiny creatures is completed by the Bugatti Baby II, which is only 2.7 meters long.
The £38,000 model is double the real deal, except it doesn’t have the extortionate £2.9million price tag of the Bugatti Type 35.
But it can put young racers through their paces with a top speed of 42mph, while its counterpart can zoom by at 133mph.
You can also add a personal touch to your classic Mini car collection, as buyers can choose their vehicle’s paint job and interior color.
Although the battery-powered motors cannot be used on the road, they are popular with collectors and families zipping around private properties.
Ben Hedley, CEO of The Little Car Company said: “When you get behind the wheel of an iconic car like the Bugatti Baby II, it’s all the sweeter knowing that your purchase has been tailored to your own needs. inimitable taste.
“And with the launch of our new configurator, the personalization process we offer our customers has become even more comprehensive, detailed and tailored.”
If the mammoth savings aren’t enough to convince your partner, just convince him how cute the luxury mini sports cars look.
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