Dartz Motorz Company, a Latvia-based manufacturer of luxury armored cars, is responsible for some pretty wild interiors. But this jewel-encrusted steering wheel, which cost the company more than $30,000 to produce, is definitely their most extravagant element.
Bentley Motors is renowned for its luxurious cabins, which are often upholstered in supple leather and adorned in exotic wood. In a previous episode of “Inside Bentley,” Drive TV paid a visit to the British automaker’s impressive leather workshop. In this episode, they visit it’s wood shop to see how veneer trim is made.
When McLaren Automotive unveiled its F1 supercar in 1992, the 3-seat cockpit with a center steering wheel stunned audiences. However, the cabin layout was hardly new. Twenty-seven years earlier, Ferrari debuted its one-off 365 P Berlinetta Speciale, also called the Tre Posti, which had the same seat configuration.