Every vehicle manufacturer offers optional extras. Leather interior upgrades and heated steering wheels are expected these days. But we explore the extras that may not appear on the standard options list. Here’s our list of the most exclusive, expensive and outlandish optional extras for 2021.
As one of the world’s most exclusive marques, Rolls-Royce also offer some of the most extravagant optional extras. The list is almost endless, especially when it comes to the Phantom, where each car is built to the buyers specifications. Here’s our favourites:
Spirit of Ecstasy ornament plated in gold – £10,000
Starlight roof (13,000 fibre optic cables, takes 17 hours to install by a master craftsman) – £12,350
Theatre seating – £14,000
Glove box installed cigar humidor – £4,275
Bespoke pen set – £5,875
Porsche are known for their optional extras. Not much comes with the new models as standard, but this allows for near limitless customisation.
Air vents leather wrap – £2,700
Bespoke 918 Spyder luggage set – £20,000
Liquid metal paint – £60,000
Magnesium wheels – £58,000
The Italian supercar manufacturer are no stranger to offering optional extras. With each car being built to specification, there’s a lot of customisation on offer.
Historical colour scheme paint option – £12,485
Fire extinguisher – £900
GTC4 Lusso panoramic roof – £20,000
Ferrari golf bag – £9,800
Apple car play – £4,219
Carbon fibre racing package – £8276
Mercedes-Benz is synonymous with luxury, and the top range models like the S Class offer some unique optional extras.
S Class – refrigerator – £1100
AMG GT metallic ‘solarbeam’ yellow paint – £9500
Burmester high-end surround sound system – £6,900
Mercedes-Maybach S560 two tone paint – £12,000
Much like Rolls-Royce, Bentley are offering some elaborate and exceptional optional extras. The latest iteration of the Bentayga is a flagship model for customisation and bespoke additions. Featuring one of the most expensive upgrades we could find, the options are almost limitless.
Brietling tourbillon clock upgrade – £161,100
Rear-seat entertainment – £7,515
picnic set – £27,000
Exposed carbon paint – £500,000
Glass roof panels – £100,000+
Carbon ceramic brakes – £17,500
Body kit upgrade – £22,484