$100M Bel Air Mansion For Sale With Two Gold Cars

Los Angeles knows how to do luxury living well, and to prove it, a new seven-bedroom Beverly Hills mansion just came onto the market and is stacked with everything from exotic cars to an Andy Warhol painting and a Champagne vault. The recently completed residence is located in the Trousdale Estates neighborhood, comes fully furnished and is priced at $100 million. The hefty price tag is more than worth it though considering everything you get with your purchase.


Diamonds are a Rolls-Royce’s Best Friend

It looks like Rolls-Royce took Rihanna’s advice to “shine bright like diamond” literally. The British automakers have now developed a special type of paint that is mixed with over 1,000 crushed diamonds as an exterior finish on a custom Ghost. The Ghost, considered a favorite among luxury car enthusiasts, typically begins at $300,000. Named “Diamond Stardust,” the brand claims that this is the first time the exterior finish has ever been applied to a vehicle, and took over two months to develop into a smooth paint that wouldn’t feel like sandpaper.


This 1962 Ferrari Is the World’s Most Expensive Car

It’s been a bumper year  for flamboyant auto-purchases. Earlier this winter a Dubai-based property developer shelled out $9 million for a number “5” license plate. Now, a blue 1962 250 GTO is poised to take pole position as the world’s most expensive car.

And it’s on sale for a whopping $55 million.



Besides the lie-flat beds and luxury-brand amenity kits, there’s Dom Pérignon and chef-prepared meals, white linen dinner service and flight attendants making up your bed while you change into your complimentary pajamas.

Then there are the airlines that truly go above and beyond in catering to their top-paying customers, the ones that provide first-class amenities so extravagant as to make flying economy seem like the aviation equivalent of hitching a ride in a boxcar