Lamborghini Aventador LP700 model car, which was dubbed as the world's most expensive car, has now gone from carbon fiber makeover to ‘Midas-touched’ edition. The one-of-a-kind miniature car versions are created by the German car model maker, Robert Guelpen. Using his expertise since 1990, Mr. Guelpen in joint discussion with the special buyer has commissioned a golden version of Aventador, which is now set to revise his previous record of creating worlds most expensive and precious car model. What will also make it on even higher value, is that the the customer gets to decide, what kind of material to be used in the car, which in this case includes platinum, carbon fiber and even diamonds!
After the Bugatti Veyron Gold car, he has now lent his expertise to the Lamborghini Aventador LP-700, which has been publicized more for the scale models, than just the real car itself. This version, priced at approximately $4.65 million (not confirmed) will certainly get a trip into the Guinness Book of Records, as there are approximately 700 diamonds studded on each of the 2 seats inside, apart from the chassis being made with solid gold, and accessories like the wheel rims from platinum and also carbon fiber for others. Of course there are still more avenues which the buyer could pick to be used in this car, making the price tag go even higher than it already is.
For car lovers who have cash, and whose processions will always make headlines, it seems Mr. Guelpen has created the perfect opportunity. The carbon fiber 1:8 scale model of the Aventador is expected to be auctioned for £3million in New York auction scheduled for December, which is nearly 12 times the price of the real car.