Here are 10 more freakishly expensive car accessories that make Rolls Royces seem cheap…
Racing Stripes – Ferrari 458 Speciale
Price: Rs. 12 lakh
Racing stripes make the car look cool, no doubt in that. How much do you think they cost, not much right? Well, the official racing stripes from Ferrari costs a massive Rs. 12 lakh! They are made up lightweight material with special glue. No, they do not increase the power of the car.
Bentley Cross-stitched seats
Price: Rs. 20 lakh
You hit for the peak of luxury while choosing a Bentley vehicle. If you want to experience an even better form of luxury, Bentley offers cross-stitched upholstery at a price of Rs. 20 lakh. The stitches are carefully done to keep them smooth over a long period. Cross-stitched leathers are also stronger and stay sturdy for a longer time. This does not include the embroidered emblem of Bentley, that will set you back by Rs. 3-5 lakh more depending on the quality of the emblem.
Starlight – Rolls-Royce
Price: Rs. 23 lakh
Travelling under the light of the stars is a luxury. In modern day, when the stars are not visible due to pollution, creating a roof to mimic the stars is what money will buy for you. Thousands of fibre optic cables carefully woven on the roof of the Rolls-Royce cars can set back the owner by Rs. 23 lakh, a small amount when compared to the price of the car.
Golf Bag – Ferrari
Price: Rs. 8 lakh
Almost all the cars of Ferrari are mid-engined or rear-engined except a few like F12 and California T. This leaves a very small space for luggage. Especially for people who love golf. Ferrari offers a unique golf bag that can fit inside the car’s boot space, but it comes at a price of Rs. 8 lakh!
Carbon fibre cup holder – Ferrari
Price: Rs. 2.5 lakh
Most track cars are stripped of any creature comfort to offer a lightweight body that will increase the car’s speed and acceleration. Ferrari owners who want to enjoy a cup of hot coffee while driving through the streets and do not want to increase the weight of the car either, here comes the carbon fibre cup holders. Priced at Rs. 2.5 lakh, the cupholder is the lightest cup holder in the world for sure.
Rear parking sensor – Lamborghini Aventador
Price: Rs. 6 lakh
Yes, you read it right, the parking sensor in the Aventador is not standard. You will have to spend extra Rs. 6 lakh to get the sensors and most owners choose to get it due to poor visibility of the Aventador. Well, the rear parking camera is also not standard and will cost Rs. 4 lakh extra, if you want to see where you are going while reversing.
Electric side step – Range Rover
Price: Rs. 4 lakh
The Range Rover comes to a high vehicle. There is an option of installing fixed side steps, but then, it reduces the ground clearance. The Land Rover offers an electric side-step option to solve the problem. The cost of the problem is Rs. 4 lakh.
3rd-row child seat – Tesla Model 3
Price: Rs. 2.8 lakh
Tesla is known for innovation. The company announced a third-row seat for children. The rear facing seats can be fitted in the boot of the car with children securely strapped to it.
Magnesium wheels – Porsche 918 Spyder
Price: Rs. 21 lakh
The 918 Spyder is one of the most beautiful looking vehicles. The car comes with many standard features that make it quick on the road. Porsche also offers ultra lightweight magnesium wheels, that cost an additional Rs 21 lakh. The beautiful looking wheels are 20-inch in front and 21-inch in the rear.
Rear Spoiler – Koenigsegg Agera R
Price: Rs. 15.5 lakh
The rear spoiler has a crucial job of creating downforce. A properly designed spoiler can be heavy, so Koenigsegg offers this F1 styled carbon fibre spoiler for Rs. 15.5 lakh. It creates huge downforce and also keeps the car lightweight.