The Mercedes G-Class is an SUV known for its offroading performance combined with on-road luxury. Itís a toy for the rich to enjoy and for normal people to dream about, something which is vaguely relates to one of our planetís most precious materials - gold.
The company FibraFoil has taken the foil wrap industry for a ride lately. They have a main branch in Dubai but also serve European countries by appointment, though a gold Mercedes Benz G-Class just screams ďDubaiĒ in every single way.
They have truly done some amazing projects, but this vehicle might not be to everyoneís liking, but the attention to detail can not be ignored. Whatís more, once the owner decides itís too much he can just take off the wrap and his paintjob will have been protected underneath.
The one biggest advantage with vinyl wraps for cars is that you can go for a matte finish that would otherwise be impossible to achieve with paint.
However, if you feel like standing out and blinding other motorists with your shiny car, thereís always chrome.
So youíve got yourself a blue chrome Gallardo or a silver chrome Mercedes CLS to cruise around town in. But what do you get your girlfriend that has been begging for her own bespoke set of wheels?
How about this orange chrome Cooper S! It looks like a big copper mirror, framed by black accents - roof, wheel, arches, grille and tinted windows. Itís the shiniest penny in anybodyís garage, and a fitting tribute to the foil wrap expertise of WrapStyle, a company well known to us for their work.
Aventador gets gold treatment from Maatouk Design London
Recently, Maatouk Design London has used gold to decorate the car of the Qatari businessman, and we can say that this new design of Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 looks quite good.
In general, gold is rarely used with different sports cars. Designers tend to apply gold excessively and for this particular reason both interior and exterior designs of such cars donít look good enough. However, this case seems to be an exception to the rule. Maatouk Design from London applied gold reasonably and it made the autoís look special. This particular Lamborghini model belongs to a businessman from Qatar. The carís was modified to commemorate the national day in this country. Unlike many other cars with which gold was applied, this one doesnít look inelegant.
The designer used gold to decorate the carís front splitters, the wheels, air vent framings, logos, and some minor elements of the exterior while interior partially golden elements include central tunnel, sills of doors, steering wheel, control panel and the area around the autoís door handles.
Unfortunately, Maatouk Design London refused to inform on the price for this Aventador Roadster. However, they have reported that this car is one of a kind and was produced only for the Qatari businessman. Therefore, of course, it canít be cheap, especially taking into account how much gold was used during its production. The car belongs to one of the Qatari businessmen.