Dartz Prombron ‘Black Alligator’ Revealed; Company Makes Mobile Game Featuring DARTZ SUV Races For Those Who Can't Afford It [Video]

Dec 24, 2016 08:00 AM EST | Leonora Puno


The Dartz Prombron "Black Alligator" SUV, one of the most expensive vehicles in the world, will arrive in the market soon with a 7-figure price tag. This SUV boasts trimmings made from genuine alligator skin and adornments of precious gems. With a body made of Kevlar and carbon fiber, this vehicle is bulletproof, one reason why it has been used as an armored car as well.

The Dartz Prombron "Black Alligator" has a history that goes back to the time when royals would travel on train coaches. These coaches were made by Dartz, the company responsible for the DARTZ SUV today, with some borrowed designs from the 2016 Mercedes Benz GLS6 3 AMG. It is powered by a 5.5-liter V8 Biturbo petrol engine that produces 585 hp, and can be upgraded to 760, 850, 1100 or 1600 horsepower, according to Jalopnik.

It has been rumored that the Dartz Prombron "Black Alligator" will have the most expensive steering wheel ever fitted into a car. The steering wheel is covered by genuine alligator and stingray skin designed to look like caviar. The steering wheel is encrusted with 292 black diamonds, two rubies and gold buttons and white gold forming a Z at its center.

One customer even ordered one with a steering wheel with buttons made of gold and a center hub featuring almost 300 diamonds. The grips are made of stingray skin, according to Motor Authority.

The unique design of the Dartz company was achieved by encouraging customers to come out with ideas about how to make the vehicle that they would buy. Customization might cost a lot of money, but for people who can afford the Dartz Prombron "Black Alligator," money will never be an issue, according to Digital Trends.

With only a handful of people that can actually buy a Dartz Prombron "Black Alligator," the company is planning to make a video game where anyone can drive a Dartz SUV in car racing events.

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