A company melted a ٹ 58,000 Tesla into Elon Musk’s statue, and we’re sorry to tell you that it’s not like Elon Musk at all.
A Russian luxury accessories brand has melted down Tesla car parts to make a statue of Elon Musk.
The sculptures – which do not look like smiles – sell for $ 3,220 ($ 4,483) on the Caviar Global website.
The company also sells iPhone designs made from Tesla parts at a starting price of, 5,600 ($ 7,796).
A Russian-based luxury appliance company is selling an eight-inch-tall statue of Tesla CEO Elon Musk, which it says is made from molten parts of a Tesla electric car.
The statues, however, bear little resemblance to the richest man in the world.
The brand, Caviar, usually makes luxury smartphones. In a press release, the company said it has created 27 musk sculptures as part of a limited edition set. Caviar said each cost 2,700 ($ 3,759), although his website listed the statue for $ 3,220 ($ 4,483).
“These new items embody the spirit of Elon Musk and, therefore, bring to their owners the success and creativity of this wonderful individual,” company founder Sergei Katov wrote in the release.
The best material comes from the blue Tesla Model 3 metal (which has a starting price of $ 58,000 ($ 80,742) in Russia), Dmitry Stolyarov, head of marketing, told Insider.
Stolyrov said the sculpture resembled a musk 3D artist who had Caviar. “We did not download it from the Internet,” he said.
When asked about the discrepancy between the design of the sculpture and the appearance of the smile, Stolirov said: “Our artist did not achieve the goal of creating the accuracy of photography. All achievements and inventions are reflected.
How many statues have been sold so far, Stolirov said, has just begun.
The company also sells iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Max designs made from Tesla parts, starting at, 5,600 ($ 7,796). The design features a musk portrait of Musk in the upper right corner, engraved with copper from a Tesla battery.
Only 99 such phones will be available worldwide, Caviar said.
The phone’s designs and sculptures are part of its Visionaries collection, which includes statues of Alibaba founder Jack Ma and the late Apple magnet Steve Jobs, which sold for $ 1,990 ($ 2,770) and $ 1,680, respectively. ($ 2,339) respectively. They are made of broken nickel plated brass.
“We want our customers to look at Elon Musk or Steve Jobs’ desktop bust and their custom-made iPhone and be inspired by their example every day and create their own future,” Stolyrov said.