Luxury is inherently a good or service that someone does not particularly need, or something that you are willing to pay a premium on. But with that in mind, luxury cars are a blend of things you need and some that are just nice to have. Heated, leather, 10-way, massaging seats are nice to have, so is a premium sound system. But there are some features that seem so utterly lavish and superfluous that they have to be just a form of burning money in front of your friends to show off. Here are some of the worst offenders. Bentley stone interior
The newest addition to this esteemed group is the stone interiors offered by Bentley, through its coach-building operation Mulliner. Slate and quartzite are shipped in from various regions in India, cuts 0.1mm thick slices from the slabs, and work them in with a resin to create veneers for the dash and other interior accents. It would be revolutionary– if Mercedes-Benz had not offered almost the same thing as far back as 2005.