Some Most Unusual And Most Expensive Accessories for Luxury Cars

Only wealthy people are buying luxury sports cars, who are also very often eager for some tasty and unique accessories. In the rich world of accessories for luxury cars there are also extravagant proposals. We chose the 3 most unusual models.

Maybach Fragrance Diffuser

Maybach Fragrance Diffuser

After you have adorned your Maybach Zeppelin with the best accessories, try to add the finishing touch, not represented by an umbrella with a handle made ​​of gold, but by a less flashy fragrance diffuser.  Its sophisticated technology and top-quality ingredients, individually selectable, offer a unique experience “aromatic” at the push of a button. This perfume atomizer will cost you about $5,000.

Jaeger-LeCoultre 007 Watch for the Owners of Aston Martin DBS

Jaeger-LeCoultre 007 Watch for the Owners of Aston Martin DBS

Some time ago Jaeger-LeCoultre has developed  special model for the lucky owners of the Aston Martin DBS. The clock AMVOX2 DBS Transponder is not just a meter of accuracy, but also a tool to control access to the British luxury coaches. It is a blend of high watchmaking tradition with modern engineering technology. The chronograph integrate circuit of the transponder, which allows you to lock and unlock the car. When the driver approaches the wonderful sport, all you have to do is press the area between 8 and 9 to activate the opening system. Pressing on the surface between the 3 and 4, however, will close the vehicle.
With this precious gadget is not hard to feel the secret agents like James Bond. The price of the model, who was born after 18 months of work, and amounted in 2008, is a whopping $35,000.

Amosu - Diamond Keychain for Lamborghini

Amosu – Diamond Keychain for Lamborghini

In the Amosu Luxury catalog, alongside the precious keychain dedicated to the owners of the Bentley has been found a similar product for the lucky owners of a Lamborghini. While the Bentley fob featured a total of 101 diamonds, adding up to around 1.09 carats, the Lamborghini key fob ups the ante with 183 diamonds adding up to a substantial 2.02 carats. Those lucky enough to have a garage in Sant’Agata Bolognese may consider buying such an accessory, which is sold at the time at over £7,000 ($11,780).

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Written by Slamchica

Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.


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