What happens when you mix the craziest looking Lamborghinis ever made and throw in a big blocky SUV body underneath?
Well if you're Chinese carmaker IAT Automobile Technology, the answer is the Karlmann King. The name is taken from the name of the king of the Frank, Carloman I who was the brother of the famous Charlemagne, the first ever Holy Roman Emperor.
Only 10 units of the Karlmann King will ever be made and each will cost a king's ransom of $1.84 Million(Rs. 12.7 Crores), which makes it the most expensive SUV in the world, ahead of the Bentley Bentayga which launched in India last week.
Design wise, the Karlmann King is all about sharp angles and diamond shaped creases. It looks like a Lamborghini Urus gone berserk. The sword badge is made from solid Gold.
Inside the King features a whole lot of leather and alcantara as well as wood and gold accents. Also inside is a fridge, wine glasses and a tea set.
However, before you bring out your wallets, there is some bad news. Under the crazy body panels is a F-450 pick-up body along with the flatlining 6.8-litre Ford V10 that makes an anemic 362hp. The interior, despite the garish gold is actually from a F-150 pickup truck.