There are few people lucky enough to be able to afford an exotic or luxury vehicle, and even less that are able to pay for all the ultra-pricey add-ons and accessories. If you’re one of the lucky few, then these luxury additions take the car experience from awesome to unbelievable. These are five of the most outrageously expensive car accessories around.
- The Mulliner Tourbillon Timepiece for the Bentley Bentayga
Coming in at the most expensive is the Mulliner Tourbillon Timepiece. This stunning clock is created to custom fit into the Bentley Bentayga’s dashboard. Crafted from gleaming 18-carat rose or white gold, this clock also boasts 12 diamonds to mark every hour. Add in 22-carat gold clock arms along with a 28mm case, and the $170,000 price tag starts to make more sense.
- Carbon Fiber Body on the Pagani Huayra
For the “mere” price of $152,000, you can have your Pagani Huayra sports car body molded completely out of carbon fiber. Not only do the visible fibers make the finish look unique and visually stunning, but it also makes the car lighter, faster, and get better gas mileage. With a price tag of $3.5 million, this Italian made car deserves nothing less.
- Louis Vuitton Bags for the BMW i8
If you’re going to ride in BMW style, make sure you pack these beautiful custom Louis Vuitton bags when you’re traveling longer distances. The full set of custom luggage includes a garment bag, business case, and two travel bags that are made to fit perfectly into the BMW i8’s trunk. With a price tag of $20,000, purchasing this add-on will ensure that you’re riding in supreme style.
- Rolls Royce Starry Sky Headliner
The makers of the Rolls Royce Wraith are offering the most unique headliner you could think of. The 1,340 perfectly positioned fiber optic lights create a twinkling effect that emulates a beautiful starry night sky effect. Installation takes the people at Rolls Royce around 17 hours to poke all those holes and install the tiny lights into the leather headliner. Lights and labor will cost you $14,700.
- DuoTone Paint for the Range Rover SV Autobiography
The Range Rover SV Autobiography is a beautiful vehicle with a couple different paint job options, including the premium paint job which costs an additional $1,800 for the upgrade. If you’re still looking for an even more unique (and expensive) paint option, you can opt for the DuoTone color scheme, the Chromaflair color shifting paint, or a sparkly Mica finish. Each will set you back around $14,500.
High Cost, High Risk
With the insanely expensive costs behind these accessories and cars, imagine the devastation you would feel if someone else caused an accident. Picking up excellent insurance is vital if you plan on living the high life.
Regardless of the cost of material items, which can be replaced, don’t forget about the risk of injury. You’ll be able to seek property and personal compensation when someone else’s negligence causes catastrophic injuries. It’s also highly recommended that you have an excellent lawyer on hand to ensure the other driver’s insurance covers your losses.