The beautiful Emma Stone, star of "Easy A," "Zombieland" and "Superbad," drives a MINI Cooper, according the Celebrity Cars Blog.
The actress was photographed getting into the black-grey car while carrying her puppy and a coffee. MINI Coopers usually have three doors, including a hatch, and are only 12-feet long. To compare, a Toyota Corolla is about three feet longer.
"Good thing actress Emma Stone's dog is on the petite side because anything larger might not fit in her teeny tiny Mini Cooper!," joked the blog.
MINIs first became famous in the original "The Italian Job," starring Michael Caine. The cars were so small they could drive incredibly fast without crashing as they sped through narrow, winding streets in chase scenes.
In England, the car was one of the coolest vehicles around during the 1960s. After spending the 80s and 90s out of the cool kid circle, a complete redesign in 2001 re-launched the model, now owned by BMW.
The suggested retail price for a MINI Cooper is $20,100, but convertibles and special editions can cost up to $35,000.
News reports did not state which model Stone was driving.