Have you taken a look at some of the incredible gadgets that luxury cars have these days? For instance, Tesla has a big 17-inch touch screen in many of its high-end electric car models.
Meanwhile, Rolls-Royce models often feature a retractable hood ornament. The reason for this is because the beautiful Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament is often stolen by people and sold for its precious metals. Keeping the hood ornament concealed from others is done to keep the car and the ornament safe from harm.
Some places will charge extreme amounts just for some of the items that you might take for granted. For example, owning a Porsche 918 means you can pay $63,000 to get a liquid metal paint job on the vehicle as well as dish out $32,500 for magnesium wheels. Of course, this car costs $845,000, so it should not come as much of a surprise that you would have to pay excessive amounts for various features.
Still, the fact is that some gadgets for luxury cars are expensive and will continue to be sold as long as people want to spice up their ride and make their vehicle the most attractive one on the road.
These gadgets are interesting, but there are other options to jazz up your car that come across as completely surreal. This list features ten of the most amazing gadgets available to make your luxury car the best one on the block. Be aware, however, you could end up spending a massive amount of money getting these devices for your luxury car.
10. Ferrari Carbon Fiber Cup Holder – $3,533
Ferrari F12 models come with an option that allow you to get a carbon fiber cup holder to keep your drinks from spilling while driving at fast speeds. This is a good feature to have in your vehicle as it is convenient and is made with a refined design that makes it easy for the cup holder to fit in with the rest of the car. As far as cup holders, this is definitely one of the most luxurious and practical versions all wrapped into one. This high quality product is available for a price of only $3,533, which is nothing when compared to the amount it will cost you to buy a luxury vehicle in the first place.
9. Rolls-Royce Phantom Pen Set for Glove Box – $4,800
This isn’t technically a gadget, but it’s still an exquisite item available for purchase to add to your stunning Rolls-Royce Phantom. No longer will you encounter the times when you wish you had a pen in the car to scribble something down because now you will always have one available for you in your glove box. The Rolls-Royce Phantom comes with an optional glove box pen set that allows you to store pens in an interior space for when you need them. This is a climate-controlled section of the vehicle which is extremely convenient, but you’d have to pay $4,800 just to get this part of the car.
8. Lamborghini Aventador Rear View Camera – $4,900
The rear view camera option on the Lamborghini Aventador is useful because you will get a high-definition view of what is behind you. This comes in handy when you are in a tight spot trying to park by guiding you in the proper direction and avoid colliding with other cars. It is also useful to warn you in any type of reversing situation in case you are about to run over something in the road or if something is blocking your path. This is a great safety feature but it’s not going to come cheap. You’ll have to spend $4,900 just to get this special feature on your car.
7. Maybach 57 Folding Rear Tables – $5,000
This luxury feature will cost $5,000 to install in a Maybach 57. This sports car has folding rear tables that make it easier for you to store items in the back while also allowing people in the back seat something to use if they are seeking a stable surface while being entertained by the built in screens in the driver and passenger seats. These table may have a price that appears steep at first, but when you put it into perspective, it really does not seem as that much.
6. Audi A8/Q7 Bang & Olufsen Speakers – $6,300
Bang & Olufsen makes speakers for Audi vehicles like the A8/Q7 that uses motorized tweeters. This means that these speakers will rise from the dashboard upon motorized command and will create realistic sound qualities as the system is turned on. This is a real advancement in the world of in-car sound technology but it comes at a price. In order to have these in your car, the bill would be around $6,300.
5. Lexus LFA Carbon-Ceramic Brakes – $10,000
The brakes on your car are a key not only for safety but also for comfort. The carbon-ceramic brakes on the Lexus LFA are not only good for helping you to stop on a dime but to also keep the car from shifting too much as you hit the brakes. This is a great feature because no one can ever pay too much when safety is on the line and these safety ensuring brakes only cost $10,000.
4. Rolls-Royce Phantom Starlight Headliner – $12,000
You’d already have to pay at least $300,000 to get a Rolls-Royce Phantom so the $12,000 for the Starlight headliner looks like a bargain. However, all this feature can add to your car is work to create an interesting light effect inside the car. This comes with 1,600 fiber-optic lights found at the headliner on the inside of the car. These will create a starry effect when the system is turned on and will cover the entire inside cabin of the vehicle.
3. Infiniti QX56 Blind Spot Warning System – $12,750
The $12,750 price tag for the blind spot warning system in the Infiniti QX56 might sound high but it is extremely useful on a daily basis. Many drivers tend to ignore their blind spots which is potentially why many accidents are caused in the first place. With this luxury feature you are reminded when something is in your blind spot and then you are aware that you must be careful when turning or changing lanes. this warning system has a higher price tag due to the qualifications you need in order to purchase this gadget. For starters, you need to spend $3,000 for a technology package as well and spend $9,750 on an in-car theater package and fancy tires and wheels.
2. Maybach 62 Partition Screen – $38,700
This high quality partition screen comes with a series of monitors and a refined wooden body as well as a control for the driver to turn the screen on the partition up and down as needed. This is a simple and beneficial type of product for those who want to avoid being spied upon when driving or if they simply wish to have a little bit of privacy or quiet time. However, this luxury screen is not given away, they are sold for $38,700 a piece, so you want to make sure you really want it before you invest in this gadget.
1. Nissan GT-R SpecV Brakes – $50,000
Last on our list are Nissan’s GT-R SpecV brakes that cost $50,000. These brakes are expensive but they cost this much because they use Bilstein dampers to keep the car flat and stable while it brakes. This is done to eliminate much of the nose dive effect that comes with the car when it brakes in a sudden motion. This reduces the overall weight of the car but it’s still an unbelievable feature to have foryour vehicle.
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