JoJo Siwa, 16, rolls up to dinner in West Hollywood in her tricked out Tesla X covered in images of her face

She turned 16 in May, and is making full use of the legal driving age.

Disney and YouTube star JoJo Siwa showed up at Craig's in West Hollywood, California on Wednesday night, arriving in her very attention-getting custom Tesla X luxury car — which is completely covered in images of her face.

The Thundermans star, who always wears a bow in her hair with a side ponytail, carried her valet ticket as she left her car in the care of the smiling parking attendant.

The Jojo mobile: JoJo Siwa showed up at Craig's in West Hollywood on Wednesday, arriving in her attention-getting custom Tesla X luxury car, which is covered in images of her face

The Jojo mobile: JoJo Siwa showed up at Craig's in West Hollywood on Wednesday, arriving in her attention-getting custom Tesla X luxury car, which is covered in images of her face

Siwa wore sparkles galore for the outing, in a multicolored star-patterned blazer with the sleeves rolled up, worn over a busy metallic hot magenta shirt.

Her leggings were the only tame element in her wardrobe, with white piping down the sides.

Her sneakers were in keeping with her sparkly look, bedazzled in shades of pink and blue.

Jojo's trademark hair bow was light lilac on Wednesday evening, and she wore pink studs in her ears. 

Glittery girl: Siwa wore sparkles galore for the outing, in a multicolored star-patterned blazer with the sleeves rolled up, worn over a busy metallic hot magenta shirt

Glittery girl: Siwa wore sparkles galore for the outing, in a multicolored star-patterned blazer with the sleeves rolled up, worn over a busy metallic hot magenta shirt

To be clear, Jojo's custom Tesla is not the car that sparked a feud with Justin Bieber last year — that was a custom BMW convertible, which also featured a paintjob depicting the pint-sized performer along with rainbows, ponies, stars and the like. 

The former Dance Moms star, who last month revealed plans to move to Australia, recently appeared on an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

In the October 6 episode, the singer-dancer made a surprise showing to invite Kim's six-year-old daughter North West, an admitted Jojo superfan, to star in her YouTube video.

Sparkly style: Her leggings were the only tame element in her wardrobe, with white piping down the sides
Hot stepper: Her sneakers were in keeping with her sparkly look, bedazzled in shades of pink and blue

Showy ensemble: Jojo's trademark hair bow was light lilac on Wednesday evening, and she wore pink studs in her ears

Minor mogul: Jojo's Tesla is not the car that sparked a feud with Justin Bieber — that was a custom BMW convertible, which also featured a paintjob depicting the pint-sized performer

Minor mogul: Jojo's Tesla is not the car that sparked a feud with Justin Bieber — that was a custom BMW convertible, which also featured a paintjob depicting the pint-sized performer

According to mom Kim, 38, North already knows the words to all of Siwa's songs and was 'obsessed' with the pop phenom.  

The little one became an even bigger fan when the Boomerang singer sent her 'a huge basket' of her signature bows, which made North jump up and down with excitement. 

'I video'd it, and I tagged [JoJo],' Kim explained. 'She DM'd me and said, "Hey, do you want me to come and surprise North? Here's my cell phone number. Call me." And I was like, 'What?'

JoJo later FaceTimed North, and asked the child to be in one of her YouTube videos. 

Sparkle and shine: The former Dance Moms star, seen here in Los Angeles earlier this month, recently appeared on an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians

Sparkle and shine: The former Dance Moms star, seen here in Los Angeles earlier this month, recently appeared on an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians

JoJo Siwa, 16, arrives in West Hollywood in her tricked out Tesla X covered in images of her face

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