No matter what the economy looks like, there will always be people in the world who apparently have enough money to spend on luxury items that other people would only dream of just standing in the same room with. We see it on the news over and over again about billionaires who build billion dollar yachts or invest in new skyscrapers somewhere in the world. Thinking about it really boggles my mind. We have to slow down and start thinking about what really matters when the insanities keep coming at us like a burst of out of this world concepts that we never thought were possible yet some rich person went ahead and did it for the growth of mankind.
I recently saw on TMZ that someone vandalized the Bugatti that has been sitting in front of one of the world’s most expensive stores in Beverly Hills. It’s a clear message that some people don’t care about other people’s property, and all the energy it took to acquire it. When I was reading the news, I kept thinking about the future of the auto industry for some odd reason. I don’t really know why, but the whole thing lead to me to try to find out what the future of some of the world’s most expensive luxury cars would be like.
What I found was downright awesome, and if Ferrari ever makes