Brat’s Toy: Ferrari in LV Print That He Is Too Young to Drive

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A billionaire’s son had a brand new £200,000 Ferrari wrapped in Louis Vuitton print despite being too young to drive it and he recorded the elaborate gift in a video.

Rashed Saif Belhasa, 15, has built an online profile under the name Money Kicks, and he flaunts his latest luxury toys, including a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta with its 6.3-litre V12 engine, on YouTube and Instagram.

But he will not be able to get behind the wheel of the powerful car until he turns 18 – the legal driving age in Dubai.

His YouTube channel alone has 750,000 followers and his Instagram has 659,000 followers. The Ferrari video has been viewed 1.3 million times.

“It’s all about the detail,” he says emphatically in the video, referring to the extensive print on the car.

The concept that less can be more certainly does not ring true with this teen.

And as if buying a car was not a lavish enough treat for one day, he proceeded to have dinner with British boxing star Amir Khan.

Rashed aka Money Kicks is the son of Dubai construction mogul Saif Ahmed Belhasa.

FoilX applied the customised wrap on the supercar which was originally yellow.

He has a matching set of shoes and bag to go with the Louis Vuitton/Supreme wrap and boasts of another exclusive vehicle – a Yeezy-inspired Cadillac Escalade.

The rich kid also owns one of the largest sneaker collections in the world – almost 200,000 pairs with a total price tag of about $1 million.