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Garia Edition Soleil de Minuit Golf Car Previewed

Rich Europeans will get the opportunity to experience and, why not, decide upon the ultimate mobility vehicles designed especially for golf course use. Scheduled for official unveiling at the upcoming Top Marques Monaco show, the Garia Edition Soleil de Minuit is said to be the world’s most expensive golf car ever made by a manufacturer.

Like all the other luxury golf cars in the Garia lineup, this limited edition will also be manufactured at the same factory as the Porsche Cayman and the Porsche Boxster.

Moreover, it features a double wishbone front suspension similar to those found in sports cars and inspired by Formula 1 cars. The drive train is built by an Italian company that also produces Ducati gearboxes, and the aluminum profiles in the frame are made by the same company that supplies aluminum profiles to Aston Martin, Jaguar and Volvo.

The Soleil de Minuit edition features carbon roof, one-off custom paint tailored to enhance all design features on The Garia, two-colored hand-stitched luxury seats, alcantara roof lining and numerous hand-made details that are meant to emphasize the luxury feel.

Furthermore, other luxury upgrades includes a built- in refrigerator and an exclusive personalization program where you can choose to have The Garia painted in your favorite color or matched to your other cars, the Danish manufacturer says.

The Garia Soleil de Minuit, priced at $52,000 / €13,999 (excl. delivery and taxes), will be showcased at the Top Marques Monaco from April 15-18, 2010. Alongside the cars, the show also features yachts, planes, deluxe real estate, and high-end jewelery.

 
 
 
 
 

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