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While most of the automotive companies are focused on the crisis the auto industry is facing today, Amosu Luxury is into something new for those who really love luxury at its best no matter what.
This luxury customization company, known for customizing such items as cellular phones, cameras, and phone and ipod cases and incorporating them with diamonds and gold, has shifted its focus to doing such customization to the Lamborghini key fob.
Amosu decorated it with 183 little diamonds for a total of 2.02 carats, focused on detailing the Lamborghini logo. The diamond-studded key is priced at Â£7,000 (approximately $10,500). Just play with it in your hands and see how every body begins to see green !
Other than Lamborghini, Amosu Luxury has also produced similar items for Mercedes Benz, Ferrari and Bentley.
A private ceremony was held on friday at the Viminale Palace where Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. donated a police version of the company’s newest super sports car, Gallardo LP560-4 Polizia, to the head of the Italian State Police.
The new Gallardo LP560-4 Polizia, which replaces the previous Gallardo in use by the Italian police force since 2004 has a 560 horsepower engine that can reach speeds of up to 203 mph.
The car will begin service with the Lazio Highway Police Department in order to continue accident and crime prevention to sustain security on the Italian roads.
To make sure the maintenance was performed right, he had his luxury oil change done in London. He sent his Lamborghini on a 6,500-mile round trip from Qatar to Britain just for the oil change !
The supercar which is the same model as the one driven by Batman in The Dark Knight and costs about $380,000.
The Sun reported that his black-and-gold supercar costs Â£3,552 ($7,000) to service at an approved dealer â€“ on top of the Â£20,000 ($40,000) to freight from Qatar to Britain.
Evans, of pressure group Plane Stupid, said: â€œThis horrifies me. It is another example of how rich people exploit and pollute the planet because of their money.â€
But David Price, of Lamborghini Club UK, said: â€œIf an owner wants to service his car in that way, it is his choice. Iâ€™m not surprised. Thankfully the age of excess in some areas continues.â€
The limited edition luxury car, designed by Donatella Versace, will be produced to order and displays the signature Versace Greek Key motif on the front bumper and the lower part of the doors. The cradle seats are clad in black and white leather, while opulent full grain soft nappa leather â€“ hand-embroidered with the Versace Greek fret motif – upholsters the instrument panel, the doors and the central console.
To create the new super roadster, the Maison Versace’s designers joined forces with designers from the Lamborghini Design Centre (Centro Stile)and specialists working on the “ad personam” project. This Lamborghini program allows individual clients to create personalised sports cars, choosing the equipment specification, the colour of the exterior body and of the interior fittings.
Versace has also designed an accompanying line of black calfskin accessories including a trolley bag, suit carrier, sports bag, as well as a briefcase, suitcase, gloves, driving shoes, belt, wallet, key ring, beauty case, hat andeven a pair of jean,s all bearing an engraved metal Lamborghini Versace tag.
This prestigious accessory collection will be exclusively available at Versace Boutiques and selected Lamborghini showrooms beginning in November 2008.
Gianni Versaceâ€™s CEO Giancarlo Di Risio emphasised: â€œThis new supercar and the exclusive Collection LP640 represent a natural evolution of excellence for both Versace and Lamborghini through the creation of these unique, one-of-a-kind projects.â€
Stephan Winkelmann, president and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A., said: â€œOur collaboration with Versace turned out to be an excellent experience and is an example of how we are pursuing our strategy of developing luxury products outside of luxury sports cars. We are proud to be in this prestigious, Made in Italy partnership with Versace, which adds to our other recent successes.â€
The price of the special-order MurciÃ©lago LP 640 Roadster Versace has yet to be named, but it is expected to be above the base price of $358,000. (Source : Press release)
Taking a page out of its Lamborghini-branded notebooks, computer hardware giant ASUS once again draws upon the appeal of co-branding with the ZX1 Lamborghini PDA, one in its latest lineup of luxury touch-screen PDA phones.
Combining classic Lamborghini design principles along with a high-grade stainless steel and carbon fiber finish, the first noticeable trait of the phone no doubt lies in its looks.
Beyond its appearance lies a host of cutting edge features that include 3G access, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, a customizable graphic user interface as well as a Windows Mobile operating system; making it, at least on paper, a worthy alternative to Apple’s iPhone.
Although its release date is yet to be announced, the phone is expected to retail for approximately US$1,000.
iPod integration has become more and more prevalent in the automotive industry, as automakers offer the compatibility on models ranging from subcompacts up to exotic supercars. But this is taking it a step further: a Lamborghini iPhone.
Reports indicate that Asus will unveil a Lamborghini-branded PDA phone to rival Apple’s iPhone at the CeBit tech show next month in Germany.
It is expected to run either the Pro or 6.1 edition of the Windows Mobile operating system and pack WiFi, Bluetooth and 3G connectivity, a touch screen and a 520 MHz Qualcomm CPU.