Lamborghini made of 500kg of gold and jewels on display in UAE; costs Dh26.75 million only



The most expensive and precious car in the world, a Lamborghini Aventador made of gold and platinum and encrusted with jewels, is being exhibited for first time outside Europe by Lamborghini UAE.

Picture courtesy: Al Bayan
Picture courtesy: Al Bayan

Built in Germany by  , who has been creating luxury car models from solid precious metals for the past twelve years, quality of craftsmanship, precision, individuality and value are the trademarks of the vehicle currently on display in the UAE – and it can be yours for as little as 5.5 million euros.

The plan is to auction the customised and personalised vehicle, but if a buyer wants to side-step the bidding process and buy it now, the maker will accept Dh26.75 million, or near offer. The buyer then has the advantage of exclusivity and may personalise certain details. A percentage of the purchase price will be donated to charity.

The vehicle is built on a carbon-fibre base which is then covered with gold, the headlights are encrusted with diamonds, and each seat will have 700 precious stones woven into the fabric.

The project will actually secure four entries into the Guinness Book of World Records, being the world’s most expensive model, the most secure showcase made from bulletproof glass, the most precious logo and the only car to be built from a 500kg block of solid gold.

Now the prototype of this super model is being presented to the world in the showrooms of Lamborghini in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, and at the Dubai International Motor Show, before embarking on a world tour. More info