Meet The World’s Most Expensive Car Key And You’d Be Shocked To Know Its Price

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Awain creates specially decorated ket fobs for luxury brands like Bugatti, Rolls Royce, Bentley, Maserati, McLaren and so on

Purchasing luxury cars can be easy for some but for many it remains a dream left unfilled forever. It is a state of mind perhaps as not every wealthy person finds the need of owning a super expensive and ultra-modern sportscar. But, what if a key that is as crazy expensive as a luxury machine, would you be invested in buying it?

Awain is a company that has developed keys decorated in jewel for the most expensive cars in the world. The one dubbed as Phantom is the pinnacle of their creation and it costs a massive 500,000 euros (Rs. 3.88 crore approximately). You could buy a Lamborghini Huracan Evo for that money in India!

For the half a million euro price tag, Awain will offer the key fob encrusted with 34.5-carat diamond on the outer surface besides precious stones. Apart from the diamond, you could see the presence of 18-carat gold for 175 grams. Awain gives the wanted customers the option to customise their decorated key as the central finish can be done up in wood or leather in multiple colours.
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To maintain the exclusivity of its creation, only one key fob of the Phantom is made. Awain does sell less expensive keys though as the Serenity costs 80 grand (Rs. 6.21 lakh) with the incorporation of 175-gram gold finish mixed with 20 carats of diamond.

If you do wish to own something far less expensive in their standards, Awain has the Quantum priced at 49,000 euros (Rs. 31.09 lakh) and it features 3.6-carat diamond and 175 g gold. Only 20 units of the Serenity and Quantum will be made.
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Awain supplies personalised keys for opulent brands especially Aston Martin, Bentley, Bugatti, Maserati, Maybach, McLaren, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Rolls Royce and so on. The keyless entry feature prevents the hassle of taking the fob out but if you own such an expensive piece, would you not like to take it out and flaunt around?