caviar: This iPhone 13 has been ‘made’ from parts of a Tesla car

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Russian luxury brand Caviar is known to embellish iPhones with diamonds, titanium and whatnot and sell them at an exorbitant price. This time, however, Caviar has gone down a different road and too in a Tesla car. In other words, Caviar has made a special edition iPhone that has been made from molten Tesla Model 3. Not only that Caviar has also made a desktop figurine of Elon Musk that has been made molten parts of a Tesla car.
Caviar says that the new designs are “dedicated to Elon Musk and his Tesla electric car.”
Called iPhone 13 Pro “Electro”, the smartphone is made from the body of a Tesla car. Buyers will also get a desktop best of Elon Musk, which also has been made from a molten metal of a Tesla.
Caviar says that the design has been inspired from the outline of Teslas. The iPhone comes with engravings on the aluminium panel that features a portrait of Musk, an outline of an electric car and the Tesla logo. The phone also has some copper alloy, which as per Caviar, is a key component of electric car batteries.
If you are wondering how much does the phone cost then it is priced at a whopping $5,600 (which is roughly Rs 4.19 lakh). Caviar will make only 99 copies of the limited-edition smartphone.
As far as the desktop bust of Musk is concerned, it has been made of melted car parts like hood, doors. Caviar is making only 27 figurines and that will cost around $2,700 (Rs 2 lakh).
Sergey Kitov, the founder of Caviar, said about the smartphone and bust of the Tesla CEO, “These new items embody the soul of Elon Musk and, therefore, they will bring their owners the success and creativity of this outstanding individual.”

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