Real diamond coating would be ideal for Dubai billionaires
German Porsche-tuner Gemballa has pushed the boundaries of car fashion by offering up a new finish which uses actual diamonds to generate that sought-after show room sparkle, Born Rich reports.
Ground down small enough that they can be applied as part of a coat of paint, the diamonds are used to give cars a glittery finish – in much the same way metal pigments, crystals or glass fragments are used in other less bank-breaking alternatives.
It’s unlikely that a gem-slathered car will have higher levels of protection, but would you really want to roll around in a car whose paint job is more expensive than the car itself? Probably not.
Now if you’ll excuse us, we’re off to the craft shop for some glitter…