A couple of months ago, some kid from Dubai called Rashed Belhasa, the son of a billionaire construction tycoon, got himself an expensive Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. He then decided he would have it wrapped in his favourite design - a Louis Vuitton x Supreme pattern. It seems like he has lost interest in his car already, and he now decided to put the Italian supercar up for sale.
The fifteen year old, who goes by the handle “Money Kicks” on YouTube, earned millions of followers on social media for it. Under its hood is a twelve cylinder engine.
Last summer, he actually made the headlines on most auto blogs when he showed off this model, coated in a red wrap to match his Louis Vuitton x Supreme shoes (and bags). This definitely is a head turner especially with all the hype this collaboration is getting. As he is still not at the right age to drive, he hired himself a chauffeur to drive him around.
He may not have yet reached the legal age to experience driving this car himself but already, it seems like he has gotten tired of his F12 Berlinetta. In fact, it only has 5,853 miles on its odometer, and right now, is listed by Dubai supercar dealer Deals on Wheels.
It currently is up on sale for 699,000 Emirati dollars (around $190,000 at current exchange rates). If you are interested to get your hands on this vehicles but do not like the current sneaker wrap it is wearing, then you could remove this easily as it removable anyway. Underneath is a classic yellow Ferrari paint that matches the interior trim.
Belhasa’s announcement that he was selling this unique F12 Berlinetta earned around 6 million views on YouTube, which you can see in his vlog.
At such a young age, this is not the first car Belhasa has owned, as you can see from his car collection on Instagram. And this is not the only thing he collects. The boy is also a sneaker head who owns about 200,000 pairs of trainers. In case you were wondering, this also is not the first car he has customized. Before this, Belhasa got himself a Cadillac, which he then custom wrapped in a Yeezy livery.
If you are into Belhasa’s lifestyle, do not forget to follow him on Instagram and on YouTube, under the name rsbelhasa and Money Kicks, respectively.