Kourtney Kardashian gave her niece Chicago West a mini neon Mercedes G-Wagon to match Kim Kardashian’s car

Chicago West received a lavish gift for her first birthday, and it perfectly matches an item that mom Kim Kardashian West owns.

Chicago, who Kim and Kanye West welcomed via surrogate in January 2018, was given a mini neon Mercedes G-Wagon by her aunt, Kourtney Kardashian. Kim took to her Instagram story on Tuesday to show off the vehicle, which includes seats for passengers, fully functioning headlights, and a speaker system. It also closely resembles a full-sized neon G-Wagon that Kanye gave Kim a few months ago.

Here’s a closer look at the Mercedes G-Wagon, which was reposted by a fan account.

Chicago looked thrilled to be behind the wheel, as seen in another video of the 1 year old with Kanye and the couple’s two older children, daughter North (born in 2013) and son Saint (born in 2015).

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It’s unclear where Kourtney found the mini vehicle, but a similar model (without the upgrades) called the Mercedes Benz G500 by Autoart is available for $225.90 and sold by Target and Walmart.

Back in August, Kanye surprised Kim with her own Mercedes after the couple rented one during a vacation in Florida.

“I just got out of the gym and was surprised by this new baby,” Kim said in a video she shared online. “I loved it so much in Miami, and I kept on talking about it.”

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The Kardashian-Jenners have been known to give each other extravagant gifts. Recently, Kim bought her daughters and nieces their own Louis Vuitton purses for Christmas. The bags are part of the brand’s popular Takashi Murakami collection, and the Daily Mail reported that they retail for $1,100 apiece.

Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott also gave daughter Stormi Webster a limited-edition chair that’s made entirely of stuffed animals to go with her designer Louis Vuitton purse. The piece was reportedly designed by duo Humberto and Fernando Campana in collaboration with Kaws. Although the fluffy chair doesn’t have a confirmed price, a similar panda-themed design previously sold for $37,500.

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