Fancy a rebodied Ferrari F12?
The Bangala CaballerÃa is an F12 with its own carbon body â€“ and only 10 will be made.
Thereâ€™s a comment about footballers and rap stars hovering close to the surface here. Bangala is a Spanish design house, and this is its F12 CaballerÃa â€“ basically, a Ferrari F12 with its body replaced by a 100%-carbon-fibre affair.
This, the company says, was created as a sort of homage to Ferrariâ€™s GT3 racing cars.
What it doesnâ€™t say is whether the carbon body saves any weight over the standard F12. If it does, you might reasonably assume that it will be faster â€“ which would mean a 0-62 time of two-point-something.
Something else the company doesnâ€™t say is how much itâ€™ll cost to buy one of these. But youâ€™ll do Â£241,073 on an everyday F12 (yes, everyday), so add whatever you reckon a star footballer earns in a week and youâ€™ve as much chance as the rest of us of getting it right.
What Bangala does admit to is that itâ€™s only going to build ten CaballerÃas. All will be ready for their owners by the start of the next football season (or make a comment about the Mobo Awards if you prefer), and the company says it intends to do something similar but different every year from now on.