The Bugatti Veyron, while no longer in production, is one of the greatest - and fastest - road cars you could ever dream of owning.
It's been created by German car modifying company Mansory, which is known for crafting some of the most outrageous one-off versions of high performance supercars - the kind that your brain would struggle to imagine.
This latest example, called the Veyron Vivere Final Diamond Edition by Moti - a mouthful, we know - was launched at the Geneva Motor Show and definitely fits with their elaborate remit, but the marble-effect forged carbon fiber bodywork probably won't be to all tastes.
The Bugatti emblems have also been encrusted with diamonds for that ultra-exclusive appeal.
There's no mention of price for this unique model, though expect the premium on top of the £1.5million asking fee to be no less mind-boggling than the look itself.
Inside, the car is a blend of black and while quilted leather with even more of the questionable carbon spread across the cabin