Mini supercars are smaller replicas of larger cars, usually sports cars or high-end luxury models, or miniature versions of a premium car line from a major manufacturer. They are often fully functional and can be driven with space for at least one passenger.
Mini supercars are either official products made by car manufacturers or replicas made by enthusiasts. In the former case, they are almost always marketed as regular vehicles that can be driven. The term may also refer to a sports car that has only two seats but is otherwise not unusually small, as with the Alfa 4C.
Some examples of mini supercars are the Ferrari Challenge Stradale, Lamborghini Murcielago, Lotus MinEvora S, Audi R8 Spyder and BMW 1M Coupe.