Dartz Motorz Designs Opulent Child Seat, It's Made of Kevlar and Gold Plated Crocodile Skin

Dartz Motorz Designs Opulent Child Seat 4 photos
Photo: Luxatic
You know how little girls like to pretend they are princesses, always playing around with dresses and shoes. Well, like it or not, there are some children out there who actually grow up like that in real life. It must be the case for the child who will get to sit on this lavish car chair built by the Latvian-based company.
In case you haven’t had the chance to meet Dartz Motorz Company, we’ll take a second to tell you more of the auto shop. The company is a subsidiary of Estonian corporation Dartz Grupa OU, that designs, manufactures, and sells high performance armored vehicles. Last time we checked, people would identify them as one of the most opulent, high-end car builders with a unique culture for expensive features.

In fact, they usually target extravagant billionaires, celebrities and outlandish lifestyle enthusiasts. The powerful vehicles they make usually are fully armored and have James Bond worthy features, thus being highly expensive. Since the company’s customers regularly pay over $500,000 for one vehicle, they figured a proper child seat should also come along.

The other kind of safety

Whether or not it’s the world’s most expensive child safety seat, it clearly is one of the most impressive we have ever seen. Mind you, safety does not only come out of its ability to keep a child steady in case of an accident.

No, this bulletproof child seat is made of Kevlar, which is also wrapped in carbon fiber. Add natural gold stitching and upholstering the seat with “Kolonial Touch” gold plated crocodile skin and fine “Luxpel” Nappa leather, and you get the big picture.

According to Luxatic, they also added a massage function, as well as iDevices support. However, nobody knows exactly how much it costs or who it belongs to.
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