A FERRARI collector who owns £6million classics has bought two more – but with a difference.
Dutch collector Mr. Grouwels has a Ferrari F40, F50 and Enzo in his collection but now has two tiny additions.
The cars are made by British company The Little Car Company, which makes small electric versions of iconic classic cars.
But these aren’t toys, adults can drive them at 80 km/h and they’re officially licensed by car manufacturers like Ferrari, Aston Martin and Bugatti.
The latest model on offer is called the Ferrari Testa Rossa J – a 1:75 scale electric replica of its famous namesake that won the 1958 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Mr Gouwels likes it so much that he ordered two, one in stunning maroon and yellow and one with no color at all.
Mr Grouwels said: “The cars drive superbly and are a great addition to my collection.
“These liveries caught my eye straight away and they both look great.
“Owning a unique Ferrari license model like this was an absolute must for my collection.”
The cars are part of a limited run of 299 Testa Rossa Js currently being delivered to customers.
The attention to detail on the tiny Testa Rossa is incredible, with things like the suspension geometry, paint colors and dials matched to the original 1958 car.
The J can be charged from a household outlet and has a range of 55 miles, as well as various driving modes that change how the rear wheels perform.
Ben Hedley, CEO of The Little Car Company, said: “The start of deliveries of the Ferrari Testa Rossa J is a major milestone for The Little Car Company.
“We are delighted that customers like Mr. Grouwels are immediately enjoying them as intended.”