• Apr 24th 2007 at 12:53PM
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When supersonic wasn't enough, we got "hypersonic." When luxury wasn't enough, we got "ultra-luxury." If we aren't there yet, we will soon come to a time when "bling" is not enough. The first candidate for what we will call "superbling" is STRUT's line of automotive jewelry.

With offerings aimed at the Unique Whip and 300C-to-Bentley set, STRUT creates a high-end line of accessories. Triple-chromed stainless steel, crimped mesh, polished surrounds, engraved shields, and the requisite enormous wheels mix and mingle with the most expensive car bodies in the world. Its new Knightsbridge Collection has been created for the Phantom, with a delicate, polished link grill, chrome-tipped exhaust, side vents, and STRUT badges everywhere. What will it cost you to strut like that? Twenty-five thousand British pounds sterling. They don't call it strutting for nothing. If you'd like to shuffle for a bit longer instead, we will understand.

[Source: Gizmag]

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