You know what goes great with cars besides speed, wheels, and Gilbert Mesa auto repair? We’re talking luxury baby, that’s right. Sweet, sweet luxury. Everyone wants it but how many can afford it? While most of us may never make the kind of cash to own top-of-the-line luxury vehicles, let’s take a moment to live vicariously through the upper echelon of society.
First of all, you can get those cars with the doors that open up at slanted angles. Yes, the classic “I’m rich and I don’t care who knows it” doors. The press-a-button-to-open kind. An obvious must-have feature of any true luxury enthusiast. You’ve probably seen them in movies like the Dark Knight where Bruce Wayne rolls up in his fancy car that costs more than most of us make in a year. Are they necessary? No. Does it matter? Not when you’re Batman.
The 2011 Volvo S80 comes complete with a heartbeat sensor, according to autobytel.com (AB).This safety feature is capable of detecting heartbeats, as you may have suspected. It’s purpose is to let the owner know if someone is hiding in their car. Because if you’re rich you’re more likely to have kidnapping problems. Nobody wants to be kidnapped. #richproblems
If you’re rolling up in a Rolls Royce these days, a Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead to be exact, you’ll be riding in style. TheRichest.com (TR) states that these vehicles can come installed with a lit up car ceiling designed to look like the night sky. And who wouldn’t want that? Plus, it only costs $12,000. A steal!
We’ve all heard of cars with fancy leather but what about Granite? Yes, according to TR, while used mostly in homes, granite trim is also an option for your vehicle. Because it’s not just about what’s on the outside. The inside matters, too. Gotta love granite.
And did you know the 2014 Honda Odyssey comes with a built-in vacuum cleaner? Oh yeah, luxury cleaning at its finest. According to Odometer.com, it’s real. Some doubted it, but where are they now? Driving their dirty cars on the road, that’s where.
This last feature is functional and awesome at the same time. Here’s a hint: it’s night vision. AB states that the navigation display of a 2011 BMW 7 Series vehicle will go all Navy Seals on those dark and scary roads so you can navigate your way easily at night. Plus, it comes coupled with a Pedestrian Detection system that detects if animals and pedestrians are on the side of the road. And it alerts you. It’s the kind of feature perfect for those rich, tactical espionage types.
Well it’s time to come back down to reality folks, where ceilings look like ceilings and doors have to be opened by hand. But don’t let this paradigm shift get you down. Yes, we might get kidnapped in our own vehicles because we didn’t have enough money to afford a heartbeat sensor and, yes, we might have to look at the actual night sky. But, what we do have is each other! Aww... So have a good day, drive safe, and if you’re ever having car problems stop by your favorite Gilbert Mesa auto repair shop!
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