Here is the only Blackburn car showroom where you will see a Bugatti parked alongside a Lamborghini.

The Kids Car Store based on King Street, close to the town centre, stocks a range of children’s sized battery-powered Bentleys, Aston Martins, Audis and Range Rovers.

Entrepreneur Imtiaz Patel said he came up with the idea of opening the store after wanting to fulfil his passion for luxury cars.

He said: “I was working at a call centre and wanted to try something else.

“I always had a love for cars and thought it would be great to open something that stocked just children’s cars.

“It has proved to be really popular and we have become specialists in many ways. You will find cars here that you won’t necessarily find anywhere else.

“I get most of my stock from abroad.

“We sell a lot online but people do like to come in and test drive the cars themselves. It is after all a major purchase!”

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The store also houses quad bikes, motorbikes, American style trucks and vintage cars for children aged three upwards. The trucks can also have a trailer attached.

Imtiaz said: “The models range from £120 to £450.

“The Lamborghini is a popular choice as are the other racing cars. But it all depends on the age of the child and the price.

“People want the high-end prestige sports cars as they are the ones that stand out.

“They come in all sizes and colours. You will find the toys are very similar in the design and make up of the real thing. We have leather interiors and rubber tyres as well as USB ports.

“There are digital screens in some of the cars and when they switch on they sound just like the real thing.

“I am getting new stock in all the time and it is important to get the latest models for customers.”

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The Lamborghini and the classic Mercedes at the Kids Car Store in Blackburn

Imtiaz opened his showroom three years ago after running his business online.

He said: “We are located near the town centre on busy route and get a lot of passing traffic.
“We have had a lot of interest during Christmas of course but I don’t have a busy time of year as birthdays and special occasions are taking place all year round.”