This limited edition iPhone 13 made entirely from Tesla car parts costs Rs 4 Lakh
Russian luxury brand called Caviar made iPhone entirely from parts of a Tesla car. The luxury brand is known for its unique takes on iPhones – incorporating diamonds, titanium and more on iPhones … with a hefty price tag, of course!
The iPhone in question is made entirely from molten Tesla Model 3. The icing on the cake: Caviar also made an Elon Musk figure from the same molten parts of a Tesla Model 3.
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According to Caviar, the new designs are dedicated to SpaceX and Tesla founder Elon Musk and his electric car.
Officially called iPhone 13 Pro Electro, the smartphone made entirely from Tesla parts borrows aesthetics from Tesla cars. The aluminum panel features a portrait of Musk himself, along with the outline of an electric car and the logo of automaker Tesla.
How much does it cost?
The iPhone also contains a certain amount of copper alloy, which Caviar says is one of the key components in electric car batteries. The glitzy iPhone is priced at an incredible $ 5,600 (4,19,000), and Caviar is expected to produce just 99 copies of the limited-edition iPhone.
As for Elon Musk’s miniatures, Caviar only makes 27 of those which will all cost $ 2,700 each (roughly 2,000,000).
Sergey Kitov, the founder of Caviar, said the following by The Times of India: “These new items embody the soul of Elon Musk and, therefore, they will bring to their owners the success and creativity of this exceptional individual. . “
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Such limited edition iterations of smartphones usually cost a bomb, just like the ones made by Caviar.
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TIMESOFINDIA.COM. (2021b, November 26). This iPhone 13 was “made” from parts of a Tesla car. Times of India.