If you want to spend more, car makers will certainly let you. And these are the ten most ridiculous features for your money.
10.) BMW's 'Gentleman Function'
All it does is let you move the passenger seat from your side, but it sounds like prostitution.
9.) Toyota Century's cassette deck
I kid you not. You can buy a car in 2014 with a lazy but reliable V12, a cassette deck and lace curtains. Check out the rest of the Century's features here!
Suggested By: cesariojpn, Photo Credit: Toyota
8.) Jaguar Land Rover's levitating gear knob
It's very fancy indeed, but what happens when you have to tow your Jaaaaaag?
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7.) Audi's... ample... seats
These jump seats in the long wheelbase A8 are not for the kids... if you know what we mean.
Suggested By: Kate's Dirty Sister, Photo Credit: Audi
6.) Cadillac's motorized cup holders
Brought to you by the 2014 CTS.
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5.) Bentley's infotainment pack
How much for a set of iPads, keyboards, two in-headset screens plus a 12-inch drop down screen? $32,000 US dollars, if you're buying them with a Mulsanne.
Suggested By: AmIHotYes, Photo Credit: Bentley
4.) Aston Martin and Audi's Bang & Olufsen pop-up tweeters
Oh, sure they sound great. They also add complexity and weight.
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3.) Mercedes-Benz's granite trim
Wood? Carbon fiber? Leather? No. You need a car lined with stone. Because there's enough torque to take care of anything.
Also, crystals. Deal with it.
Suggested By: macanamera, Photo Credit: Mercedes-Benz
2.) Porsche's leather vents
Yes, they will wrap your A/C vents and paddle shifters in matching colors. That's why VW makes so much money. It's you!
Suggested By: Green Pig, Photo Credit: Porsche
1.) Rolls-Royce's 'Starlight' headliner
It's ridiculous, but we love it. And the best thing is that it's also available in the Opel Adam.
Suggested By: $kaycog, Photo Credit: Rolls-Royce
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