Tommy Mallet shows off incredible £500k custom-built Ferrari with top speed of 192mph after vowing to sell super-cars | The Sun

TOMMY Mallet has revealed he’s treating himself to a very flash custom-built Ferrari.

The former Towie star, 31, shared a picture of his 192mph Ferrari Purosangue being built, leaving fans gobsmacked thanks to it’s £500,000 price tag.

Tommy had previously vowed to sell off his impressive collection of expensive motors in a bid to be more relatable, but clearly had a change of heart after seeing the stunning Ferrari.

Sharing a snap of it being constructed, Tommy told his followers: “Some wheels and doors and she’s good to go I think.”

He later added a snap of the finished product and wrote: “Core that was quick! We’ve even got a steering wheel! Thanks @ferrari.”

His followers were full of admiration about his latest purchase, with one person telling him: “Smashed it bro! Congratulations.”

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Tommy – who shares a son with wife Georgia Kousoulou – has made his millions thanks to a very successful shoe brand.

Just last month he shocked fans with his recent decision to step down as CEO of Mallet.

Having built the company into a multi-million pound brand that boasts a deal with Reebok, Tommy wanted a new challenge.

He has since launched CTRNE trainers, which markets itself as "the world's one and only crystal-infused sneakers."

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Speaking previously about selling off his cars, which included another Ferrari and  G Wagon, Tommy said: "It's to have a re-set.

"When I pull up at the petrol station and you've got my man struggling to put a tenner in his car to get to work, do I want to be pulling up in the £200K motor jumping out, putting it in the csr, jumping back in.

"No man, that's not who I want to be. I want to be relatable.

"I want to be able to come across as a normal person.”

Discussing the cost of living crisis, he continued: "I've done well, and I've got money, but in these next few years that are going to be tough, I don't want to be rubbing it in people's faces.

"Because that's when the hate starts man. I don't want that."

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