It costs a whopping $4,500 or $4,800 if you want 256-gigs of storage.
The iPhone X Tesla is essentially an ornate gilded body for the regular phone, with the added ability to charge the phone with a solar panel and additional battery. The Moscow-based firm says that its work was inspired by Elon Musk's "innovative developments" and that the first version of the phone-out of a run of 999-is meant to be sent to the billionaire Tesla and Space X CEO.
The new iPhone X Tesla is even more expensive than Caviar's gold engraved iPhone editions but possibly more functional, assuming the solar panels work as promised and the iPhone isn't constantly in a pocket.
Caviar argues that the housing is protected against water and dust according to IP67 standard. The first instance of the device last sent the gift.
The model designed for Musk comes with the words "made on earth by humans" as homage to his Space X escapades.
The non-removable cover is mostly filled by the blue panel that charges an external battery.
The company wanted to sell only 99 of the devices but due to overwhelming demand, they will now sell 999.
Caviar has branded it the iPhone "Tesla" and it initially announced the plans to make the device back in November, as seen by AppleInsider. The first iPhone X Tesla will be given to Elon Musk by the company. It expects the other iPhone X Tesla models to end up being used by "astronauts, prisoners, (and) people who make great discoveries on the edge of human capabilities".
Caviar has released a number of head turning products over the years. "Limp Bizkit" musician Fred Durst.
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