German model carmaker, Robert Wilhelm Gulpen has recently unveiled a new opulent creation dedicated to the United Arab Emirates. Inspired by the amazing Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 (which can complete the 0-60 mph sprint in 2.9 seconds), this could be the country’s most expensive car ever, if anyone decides to actually order it.
For now, Gulpen has created a miniature version of the car, made of gold, platinum and precious gems. If the model inspires clients in the UAE, the real version can be customized to the buyer’s preferences and it will be priced at around Dh26.75 million (approx. $7.28 million). Among its many incredible features the luxury carmaker promises to offer Dh5million ($1.3 million) worth of precious stones, platinum rims, and about 55 lbs. of gold.
The seats alone will feature 700 diamonds, and more diamonds will be placed on the headlights and rear lights. The most impressive feature for us is the gold-infuse carbon fiber body. Apparently the carbon fibers will be wrapped with a 1/1000mm thin thread of solid gold – mind boggling! Lamborghini has reportedly announced that it will choose a special charity cause to which Dh2.37 million (about $645,200) will be donated after the car is sold.