Ever wondered how a car would look like if its covered with gold and precious gems? Recently in India, a car made of gold and precious stones was created using thirty skillful crafts men. This car holds its through value in its luxury and elegance that most people visiting it would wonder of its price and the methods used of it creation.
This car is designed from a Tata Nano car which is one of the most cheapest cars in the world with an average price of about one thousand three hundred pounds. This gold version is made up of 80 kilograms of 22 carat gold, 15 kilograms of silver and a dynamic array of gemstones. This model has a price tag of approximately 220 million rupees which is about 2.9 million pounds. This car was done to showcase the jewelery making expertise and techniques that were used by the people behind the creation. It represents an intricate meenakari work that most Indian craftsmen commonly do with jewels and precious metals.
Although the creation made use a real Tata Nano underneath it, this gold -plated car is not for use and it is intended as a marketing tool for Indian tourism. The chairman of the Tata group does not allow its sale to anyone who would try to buy it since it is a vital creation that will show tourists around the world about the skills of Indian craftsmen. This one of a kind creation really displays the ingenuity and the skills of such men who were involved in its molding and design. It is an excellent piece for tourism to flourish in India and to give a renewed interest for fellow Indian craftsmen to continue their work and inspire those who like to follow such skills in the future.
This gold-plated Tata Nano is an excellent piece to show human ingenuity and talent in making ordinary things extraordinary. This one of a kind creation is a living testament of the powers of creativity and imagination.