This $25,000 scaled replica of 1907 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost let your kids roll in style

Scaled replicas of sportscars with an electric motor is hugely popular with kids but will you shell out £15,000 ($25,000 approximately) to buy one as a Christmas present for your child? The answer to it might be yes when you find out that it is a scale replica of a 1907 Silver Ghost AX201 and is actually made by rather than a toymaker from China. The original Silver Ghost won Rolls-Royce the ‘best car in the world’ tag back in the 1920’s and a real full-sized 1907 Silver Ghost will be worth somewhere near £30 million ($50 million) currently. Coming to the scaled replica, the attention to details is absolutely stunning and the meticulously crafted EV for kids even boasts a ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’ mascot for its tiny aluminum hood.

This scaled replica of 1907 Silver Ghost was in fact sold at Bonham’s Goodwood Revival sale at the weekend for £15,000. It has a top speed of 8mph and gets its power from a 24-volt electric motor. The car also features pedals for accelerator and brake, rack-and-pinion steering, fully working headlights, a hand brake, and bulb horn. The front seats can also be removed so that adults can fit into this pint sized replica and have some fun.

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[Via – Metro]

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