Your own night sky
When you purchase a Rolls Royce Starlight Headliner, a specially trained seamstress hand sews fibre optic cables into the roof to create a sparkling replica of your star sign or constellation of your choice.
The $358,000 VLF Automotive Force 1 supercar interior boasts, among other luxuries, a wine holder between the front seats that will store two bottles of your favourite (and probably very expensive) champagne.
If the shoe fits
The diminutive Ford Fiesta hatchback (barely bigger than a shoe box itself) has a hidden compartment under the passenger seat that’s large enough for you to store a pair of heels when you’re driving.
Pack a prestige picnic
There are many ways to pimp out your new Bentley Bentayga (including an optional $300,000 Breitling clock in the dash), but our favourite is the Linley Hamper. Crafted in Beluga hide - in your choice of Camel, Hotspur, Linen or Magnolia shades – this hugely impressive picnic basket is packed with the finest-crafted crockery, cutlery and crystal glassware, and features an illuminated cooling compartment for your Krug.
Everything about the Tesla – the electronic vehicle developed by uber-nerd Elon Musk - is super futuristic, from its self-driving function to its powerful scarily-titled air filter, Bioweapon Defence Mode. But it’s the beautiful, tech-centric interior that owners will appreciate every day, and in particular its 17-inch touch screen (even bigger than an iPad Pro) and brings genuinely Apple-levels of wonder.