If you have about $6 million to spend, you could park this gold Lamborghini Aventador in your driveway.
As fashion week begins, the car, which is apparently from Saudi Arabia, was spotted outside the Plaza Athenee palace hotel on Avenue Montaigne in Paris, France, according to MailOnline.
The gold-plated supercar appears to be the same one which has been rolling through the streets of the French capital over the past few days with a distinctive 666 plate number.
The vehicle features a 6.5-liter V12 engine delivering 692 hp, and this type is popular with wealthy playboys and rich Arabs who come from the Middle East to European cities over the summer.
But the gold-plated car is not the first of its kind. Last year, a model gold Lamborghini Aventador went up on display in Dubai for $7.5 million, making it the most expensive model car in the world, Huffington Post reports.
Carved out of a 500 kilogram block of solid gold, the completed model contained about $2.6 million worth of precious metals and gems.
The model was designed by German mechanical engineer Robert Gülpen and built from the same carbon fiber used to make Formula One cars.
“I wanted to do what no-one else has done before, to build a model car that is an ‘icon within an icon,’” Gülpen said. “I wanted to create a tribute to the legend of the automobile.”