Have you ever tried to envision what the world's most costly car may look like? Some of you may envision a supercar with a potent engine, breathtaking speed, and stunning design.
You are correct, however it is insufficient to make a car the most expensive. Simple is the key. To make it into a diamond car, you simply need to attach diamond as much as you can.
It is a "diamond copy," a car that is out of the ordinary because touching it could cost you $1,000 and it costs more than $4.8 million. The showroom where it is displayed also demands that $1,000 be paid before touching the car.
The Mercedes SL600 in the diamond version is the priciest car ever and has been adorned with 300,000 diamonds. It differs from the luxury sports cars that are common in the Kingdom, Dubai, and the entire Bay area.
Although the concept of using so many diamonds on a cat may be puzzling, the automobile itself is faultless and grants you celebrity status.
The car was made by Garson, who gave it the appearance of a large diamond. Schwarovski Crystal was also used to cover the car's interior and even its tires.
Only two copies of the car, which was unveiled at the Dubai International Auto Show to commemorate Mercedes-50th Benz's anniversary, were produced. According to the Arabia website, a Saudi Arabian purchased the vehicle.
Because of its sophisticated style, cutting-edge technology, and excellent performance, this was many people's ideal car. The 2007 Mercedes-Benz SL600 is not only attractive, but it also has a powerful V8 and V12 engine, which could allow Mercedes go from 0 to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds.
We can't deny that this is a very special vehicle. It costs over five times as much as the Ferrari SF90 from 2021.
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