This Gold Plated Lamborghini Will Cost You $7.5M (PHOTO)

This multimillion dollar gold-plated Lamborghini model car will set you back $7.5 million. (Credit: Robert Gulpen Engineering) | Robert Gulpen Engineering
This multimillion dollar gold-plated Lamborghini model car will set you back $7.5 million. (Credit: Robert Gulpen Engineering) | Robert Gulpen Engineering
Gold Plated Lamborghini

The gold-plated Lamborghini Aventador LP-700-4 stakes claim to the title “Most Expensive Car Ever” and, shattered 3 Guinness World Records( Most Expensive Model Car, Most Secure Showcase, Most Luxurious Logo) which will cost a whopping $7.5 million. The car now just a prototype is on display in Dubai in 2011 German scale model builder Robert Gulpen first introduced the car when he said he dreamed to produce the most expensive model car.

The Lamborghini Aventador will be carved out of a massive solid block of gold when completely finished the car will consist of 55 pounds of gold which itself is valued at just shy of $1.2 million. When you combine the precious metals and gemstones alone the Lambo is valued at a staggering $2.64 million the car comes equipped with a V12 motor plus a 700 bhp and, assembled when purchased so that custom specifications can be made.

The gold-plated Lamborghini will be put up for auction with a starting bid set at $7.5 million Gulpen guaranteed that $650,000 will be donated to charity. With a $7.5 million price tag this car is sure to reign as King and will turn many heads and will be a car collector greatest feat.

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