Louis Vuitton Monogram Kite
French fashion house and luxury goods company Louis Vuitton has released some unusual items in the past, but this one may top them all. They have unveiled a $10,400 monogram kite that is designed to be the “stand-out gift for the outdoor enthusiast”. Measuring 13cm (l) x 10cm (w) x 75cm (h), it’s made from from nylon and available in the famous brown color, adorned with the iconic LV monogram all over.

Caviar AirPods Max Golden White
Limited to just a single unit worldwide, Caviar’s AirPods Max “Golden White” just might be the most expensive version yet at $108,000 USD. Why is it so expensive? Well, the luxury retailer covered Apple’s latest wireless headphones in 750g of 18K gold and wrapped the headband in white crocodile leather. For a finishing touch, they added two 18L gold rings with Caviar inscription. Unfortunately (or fortunately), there have been no audio upgrades.

Zyrus LP1200 Strada Lamborghini Huracan
ZYRUS Engineering unveils its latest project, the LP1200 Strada. This supercar may be track-focused, but it’s completely street legal, built atop the Lamborghini Huracán LP640-4 chassis. For starters, they shed 170-pounds off its sleek carbon fiber body by replacing an incredible 600 parts from the original vehicle with their own body pieces, all handcrafted. The now twin-turbocharged 5.2L V10 engine produces 900 HP in street mode and 1,200 HP at the push of a button when at the track.

Nzuri Superyacht
Photo credit: Kyron Design
When it comes to superyachts, the sky is the limit, as long as your budget it large enough. Kyron Design’s Nzuri proves that point, as it’s loaded with ultra luxurious amenities, including autonomous electric Audi SUVs. The exterior appears to be fighter jet-inspired with its sharp, angular lines, steel hull and partial fiberglass superstructure. Step inside, and you’re greeted with premium woods, marble and lots of floor to ceiling windows throughout.

Cyber Supra Karlmann King Cybertruck
Photo credit: Flat Hat 3D
What happens when the Tesla Cybertruck meets the Toyota GR Supra and Karlmann King? You get the Cyber Supra of course. Even though the exterior might look sporty, it’s actually built atop a Ford F-550 chassis, complete with bullet-resistant body panels. As for the engine, customers can either opt for a 6.8-liter V-10 from the F-550 or possibly an all-electric drivetrain from Elon Musk’s company. The interior is completely bespoke, so it will look nothing like the the Cybertruck or Supra.