Lamborghini Gallardo V10 Chris Brown has had customized to look like a Hot Wheels toy car.
How Much: Approximately $175,000. According to Cedric Davy, marketing director with Lamborghini Newport Beach in Costa Mesa, California, the car is an older model (between 2004 and 2008). Assuming it's a 2008 model, he tells omg!, the vehicle probably cost around $145,000, but once you add the Hot Wheels-themed wrapper, tinted windows, after-market rims and wheels, and the customized interior Brown splurged on, you're looking at a higher price tag. Brown -- who totaled his pricey Porsche in February -- tweeted over the weekend that he had been working with Corona, California-based shop West Coast Customs to create the “insane custom car.”
Why It's Completely Over-the-Top: Because it's a Lamborghini! "This is not a car you have a need for, it's a car you have a desire for," says Davy. "It's a going out to dinner or to the club car." Lamborghinis have a unique Formula 1-style "paddle-shift" gear box located at the steering wheel, to give drivers more of a race car experience. They go from from 0 to 62 mph in less than four seconds and top out at just over 200 miles per hour.