Carlsson car spear rolling in gold in Geneva

Carlsson car spear rolling in gold in Geneva

The Geneva Motor Show will see coming a car built especially for millionaires chinenes week. It is the Carlsson CS50 Versailles, a tribute to the lifestyle of the French aristocracy.

The car is based on the Mercedes-Benz S-Class has over a thousand sheets of gold, which took over 200 hours to stop being placed. According to reports, the car went through an extensive process of drying and sealing to ensure a unique and perfect finish, whose practicality and durability is comparable to that of a conventional paint.

Inside, the car has 278 gold plated components, including grids speaker to the wheel that has gold in the amount of $ 16,570. The car includes a cigar box, HD monitors and sound system REVOX.

The model has biturbo V12 engine with 700 horsepower, 1050 lb-ft of torque. Only 25 units and prices between 370,000 and $ 545,000 will be produced.

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