The Little Car Company blurs the line between a kiddie ride and a real car. It is also the “automaker” that made us categorize kiddie rides as “AUTOS/CARS” because it really is a real car but only much smaller.

Special Edition ’Pacco Gara’ Ferrari Testa Rossa J

After rolling out awesome automobiles of tiny proportion, including the Aston Martin DB5 Junior, the Bugatti Baby II Junior Car, and more, The Little Car Company is set to publicly unveil a special edition Ferrari Testa Rossa J, a fully electric 75% scale reproduction of the legendary 250 Testa Rossa, at the International Concours of Elegance in St. Moritz.

The special edition ‘Pacco Gara’ Ferrari Testa Rossa J, as it is called, is a celebration of the monumental racing pedigree of the prancing horse marque’s Le Mans-winning legend. Like the original Ferrari Testa Rossa J, the special edition Ferrari Testa Rossa J is developed in close collaboration with Ferrari’s engineers at Maranello.

Special Edition ’Pacco Gara’ Ferrari Testa Rossa J

The Pacco Gara brings a broad range of aesthetic and performance upgrades to the Testa Rossa J, including a boost in power from the original 12 kW to 14 kW (16 hp to 19 hp), a quicker ratio steering rack, drilled brake discs, a bolt-on roll cage, a Sabelt racing harness bolted to the chassis and rollhoop, an additional exterior mirror on the driver’s side, and period-correct spotlights.

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Furthermore, the incorporation of adjustable dampers and brake bias allows drivers to tune the balance of their Testa Rossa J, like in a real race car. Finally, it has a tonneau cover over the passenger side – in the same Ferrari leather as the interior of the car gives it the authentic look.

The Special Edition ’Pacco Gara’ Ferrari Testa Rossa J will be unveiled at the International Concours of Elegance in St. Moritz where, between 24-25 February, it will be on display and available to test drive. It is not clear how much it will cost.

All images courtesy of The Little Car Company.

Published by Mike

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