Dartz, a small builder in Latvia, known for producing eccentric armored vehicles, is now introducing the Black Alligator – the world’s most expensive steering wheel.
The “component” is lined with crocodile leather, not as eccentric as the seats from the Dartz Prombom, that caused polemic because they’re coated with skin from whale penis. Yes, you read that right – whale penis.
The differences, however, focused in ornamentation. The steering wheel flaunt 292 black diamonds, and a pair of rubies and gold buttons. At the center, the “Z” is made of solid white gold, while the superior and inferior parts present finishes that resemble caviar’s texture.
The steering wheel will be available as an option for the huge SUV from the same brand, made from the Mercedes-AMC GLS 63. One of the accessories in the catalog is the capsule-shaped key chain that mimics the black box of the Russian Soyuz spacecraft.
Dartz doesn’t advance much regarding the price, but ensures that you can just pick a number and add six zeros at the end. Therefore, very expensive.