If having the right badge matters, this month's Cool Car Things features a motley collection of branded apparel and gear for the more dedicated of enthusiasts.
Better yet, these exotic-branded paraphernalia are likely not to break the bank.
1 - FEATURED "PRODUCT OF THE MONTH": Ferrari headset ($165 from store.ferrari.com)
Put yourself in the F1 paddock from your couch with these gaming headphones from Thrustmaster. Licensed by Ferrari, they feature a microphone, three-metre cord and a 50mm speaker.
2 - Audi Quattro socks ($16 from heeltread.com)
These are socks you wouldn’t mind getting as a present, as they’re a tribute to the flame-spitting Audi Quattro WRC cars. They’re available in medium and large, which covers US shoe sizes 4.5-7.5 and 8-12.
3 - Bridgestone S007A ($225 from jaxtyres.com.au)
Not to be confused with the tyre factory fitted to the Aston Martin DB11, the S007A is still designed for high-performance driving. Available for 17-20in wheels. Price for one 225/45R17 tyre.
4 - Lamborghini cuff-links ($132 from lamborghinistore.com)
Class up your cuffs with these Lambo cuff-links. They’re silver-plated around the enamelled shield logos that feature the famous raging bull.
5 - Lego Technic Bugatti Chiron ($600 from shop.lego.com)
Following up the lauded 911 GT3 RS Technic build, this eighth-scale Bugatti Chiron is built from a massive 3599 pieces and actually features operational paddleshift gearbox and W16 engine.
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