The world’s most expensive SUV – Karlmann King – designed by Luciano D’Ambrosio is available for $1million.
Watch the world’s most expensive SUV – Karlmann King
[rumble video_id=v5tlnd domain_id=u7nb2]
Video Credit: Rumble
To own the monster-sized vehicle which has an optional bulletproof exterior and diamond-like design, you will have to spend $1million.
Luciano D’Ambrosio designed the luxurious vehicle after getting inspired by the Batmobile that featured in The Dark Knight trilogy. It has a Ford 6.7l V10 engine giving off 420 horsepower.
On top of that, the car is customizable.
Luciano told Barcroft TV: “When you’re in this business for so many years you think, how about being a little different, especially exaggerated. Going opposite to what the design rules would usually ask you for, it’s called the diamond design.”
“Given the size of the car, you can imagine you’re driving an elephant but it’s a very flexible and nice drive.”
“My most favourite thing is the way people look at the car, it doesn’t go unseen,’ Luciano added.
The vehicle is available for $1million but the customization will cost you up to $3,800,000.The customization options include a coffee machine, a fridge, a PS4, pop-out tables and a Rolls-Royce like ceiling with tiny LEDs.
When the video of the luxurious car was shared online, it instantly went viral, getting more than 1 million views. Some were impressed by the vehicle while some found it over-priced.
One user wrote: ‘OMG the guy looks so tiny next to that thing … Haha’ while another user said: ‘Gotta say, exterior is cool, not awesome, interior is like my stock F150, it’s missing a back door, seems like a medium level sema vehicle, definitely not $1 million’.
One user said: ‘Even if I had the money this is the stupidest SUV ever’ while another user wrote: ‘it is overpriced by 1 million dollars.’
Well, the vehicle got mixed reactions on social media but it would be interesting to see who actually buys this luxurious vehicle. It looks super cool though!
[rumble video_id=v562vh domain_id=u7nb2]