The most expensive truck in the world is presented in Australia
The tractor came off the production line of the Australian auto giant Mack Trucks, and it took the company a whole year to create it.
The car is equipped with the most modern on-board electronics, and has many additions, initially agreed by the customer. In particular, the cab of the truck is equipped with six surveillance cameras, an LCD TV, a working kitchen lined with mahogany and real marble, leather seats, a barbecue and a double bed upholstered with real gold threads.
And the hood of the car is crowned with a gold-cast figurine of a tiger - the symbol of the Malaysian Sultanate.
"My dream has come true," the sultan said, smiling, about his "palace truck."
The full price of this car is being kept under wraps for now, but it sure beats the previous record of $481,000 by a significant margin.
Sultan Ibrahim said he was delighted with the end result of the production.
"I have always admired Australian engineers and have a large collection of Australian cars," he said. "I'm looking forward to getting my truck on the plane and taking it home."
Upon arrival in Malaysia, the Sultan plans to carry out a charity run across the country on the world's most expensive truck. Then he is going to use it to travel the world.