SIf you own an expensive car, you might need a watch that goes with it. Or a table. Or a very high quality SD card. Basically, whatever you need, carmakers will be happy to sell it to you at a huge markup.
10.) Mercedes-Benz SD Card
Must be the German engineering, as we found out.
9.) Ferrari Segway
Ferrari justified its $12,000 Segway by saying it's to celebrate Kimi Raikkonen's F1 championship. If you ask Kimi, he will tell you that's bullshit since it wasn't faster than a regular Segway, but came with a leather bag you didn't wish to have.
8.) Ferrari Hasselblad
Ok, so it cost $10,000 more than a normal Hasselblad without any added features. Having said that, if you wanted a red one, this was the only way to get it. And red Hasselblad > black Hasselblad.
Suggested By: Sam Householder, Photo Credit: Hasselblad
7.) Bugatti Hookah
It's a blue carbon fiber and carbotanium water pipe. If you don't like it, no worries, Porsche has one too.
Suggested By: Diesel, Photo Credit: Bugatti
6.) Bugatti Desk
If you can afford a Veyron, you can afford this too, but if those special Michelins took all your change, just get the $60,000 budget version. Your friends won't realize the difference.
Suggested By: Leadbull, Photo Credit: Bugatti
5.) Parmigiani Type 370 Bugatti watch
Watch of the year 2006, sweater not included. Get one for your lady friend too.
Suggested By: chrisbattle, Photo Credit: Bugatti
4.) Hublot Ferrari
We don't know how much the 458 Speciale will cost, but it's most likely to be cheaper than this watch. Go figure.
Suggested By: San Baban, Photo Credit: Hablot
3.) Porsche advent calendar
People say life gets easier after you got your first million. This is one way to get rid of it way faster.
Suggested By: burglar can't heart click anything, Photo Credit: Porsche Design
2.) Bugatti Veyron Diamond Edition
It's a Bugatti model car that's more expensive than a real Bugatti. Well, at least gold and diamonds hold their value better than a Veyron.
Suggested By: Jagvar, Photo Credit: Bugatti
1.) Solid gold Aventador
This is a miniature that costs 7.3 million dollars. That's eighteen Aventadors. I suppose if you don't have a garage, this is the way to go.
Suggested By: ethanheisler, Photo Credit: Lamborghini
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