Well, here's something that would go perfect with that $20,000 iPad we showed you earlier — a one-of-a-kind mini-Ferrari designed just for kids. It seats two, and even has a respectable 80cc Honda engine powering it.
It's only $25,000, too, which makes it more than affordable for its target audience of knee-biters, provided they mow lawns until their hair is down to their ankles. Even if you're not a kid, the car is a genuine collector's piece.
From the dealer:
This is a one of a kind children's car built in Germany for the premiere opening of the first Ferrari Dealership in Moscow. It was designed and built by the company that does wind tunnel models for the Ferrari Factory F1 Team. To our knowledge this is the only one built. It accommodates two children and is powered by an 80 cc Honda Motor. It is correct and true to scale, therefore a fantastic addition to any Ferrari Collectors Garage. Alternatively, it quite obviously makes the greatest kids car ever! Freshly painted and serviced, ready for immediate use. $25,000
Check out two additional views of the F40 down below.