Kylie LOVES her €300K Ferrari so much, she’s already had it changed

It was the 18th birthday present that effectively blew all other gifts out of the water: a white 482 Italia Ferrari, valued at a cool €300,000.

But despite boyfriend Tyga's incredible generosity, it seems that the vehicle wasn't entirely to Kylie Jenner's tastes: over the weekend she had the colour changed, also adding in bright new hubcaps.

The reality TV star and her beau – as well as much of the rest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan – have been partying on the Caribbean island of St Barts, with the KUWTK cameras in tow, of course.

And the break was the perfect time to have her car seen to: Forgiato Wheels in LA's Sun Valley collected and dropped back the newly spruced-up drive while she enjoyed her beach break.

So, what did Kylie go for?

Well, she had the – incredibly expensive – Italian white paint stripped off and replaced with a blue-grey tint. Then the standard black hubcaps were removed and replaced with bright red ones. 

The teenager celebrated the image overhauled with a spin around LA yesterday with BFF singer Pia Mia, also 18, in the passenger's seat. 

And while she was getting the Ferrari seen too, the TV personality also dropped in her €200,000 Mercedes G-Wagon for a shake-up too: the bright red exterior was swapped to a more muted blue. 

We reckon that millionaire Ms Jenner picked up the tab for the paint-job herself: after all, Tyga has battled financial woes in recent years and we reckon that coughing up a six-figure sum for his girlfriend's birthday present will have put enough of a dent in his bank account without having to then worry about added extras.


mmmmmm hello @forgiato

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