A Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa is a distant dream for many people. The fact of the matter is that not many people can afford it. That was prior to the release of the Ferrari Testa Rossa J "Pacco Gara" by The Little Car Company.
The world leader in hand-built junior cars has collaborated with Ferrari to produce a limited-edition Testa Rossa J. It is a 75 percent scale, all-electric replica of the legendary 250 Testa Rossa, which helped Ferrari win three Le Mans races.
It has a roll cage that provides protection for those who want to take it on the track, making it a genuine mini racer.
The racing roll cage is a bolt-on modification that can be removed, so you can change how the Ferrari Testa Rossa J looks. Ferrari collectors and enthusiasts alike will appreciate the finer details when they step into the cockpit.
For an authentic racing experience, the Pacco Garo features a Sabelt racing harness that is bolted to the rollhoop and chassis.
Sabelt harnesses are also used on Ferrari's Formula One vehicles, a further nod to the company's extensive racing history.
Additionally, in keeping with the original 250 Testa Rossa, a second exterior mirror and period-appropriate spotlights have been added to the driver's side.
The addition of adjustable dampers and brake bias allows drivers to fine-tune their Ferrari Testa Rossa J's balance, bringing it closer to the original. A tonneau cover for the passenger side has also been included, just like the original.
It is made of the same Ferrari leather as the car's interior, which is available in a selection of hand-picked color combinations from Ferrari's Centro Stile.
A number of performance enhancements that offer more power and enhance the driver's racing experience lie beneath the stunning aesthetic upgrades.
Drilled brake discs and a steering rack with a faster ratio make the vehicle more responsive and track-focused.
The Ferrari Testa Rossa J Pacco Gara's biggest performance improvement is its increased power to 14 kW—purely a software upgrade that increases the Testa Rossa J's output from 16 bhp to 19 bhp.
The Ferrari Testa Rossa J's price has not been disclosed by The Little Car Company, but we can bet that it won't be cheap.
The company launched a $109,000 (at today's exchange rate) limited-edition Aston Martin DB5 in 2021.
At the International Concours d'Elegance in St. Moritz, Switzerland, this month, the Ferrari Testa Rossa J will make its public debut.