When it comes to getting a little "bling-bling," some people go way out of their way to make their cars look extreme. Take this Infiniti G37 Convertible, for example. This golden G37 Convertible was presented in a jewelry store in the city of Nanjing in Jiangsu Province. The whole exterior was draped in 24K gold adding crazy amounts of weight and undoubtedly slowing down the Infiniti’s performance time drastically.

We don’t know what it is about covering your vehicle in gold or diamonds, but it simply does not make sense. The owners are literally putting a big sparkling sign on their car that says, "Steal me!" Remember that older Porsche 996 Turbo covered in gold that was stolen, recovered, then stolen again? It’s not the owner’s fault, but there is a thing called being cautious and these owners need a lesson or two in it.

Hit the jump to check out some more golden models ready to blind you the first chance they get.

Source: leblogauto

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  (447) posted on 02.23.2012

Ha ha ha. This looks pretty cool. How much will it cost if I bring it to pawn? Maybe triple the price of Infiniti G37. It is a good artwork, and I hope that a car will be painted in dazzling diamonds.

  (441) posted on 02.13.2012

The car is sparkling in gold. I like it. However, this car shouldn’t be driven outside and just keep it as collection because it is very eye-catching on the eyes of thieves.

  (502) posted on 06.23.2011

I wonder, why would they create such thing like this? Who would drive a car that is covered with a gold and know that in a short while the car will get carnapped.

  (939) posted on 06.16.2011

I wonder on how much this car will cost? Since, it was a pure gold I bet it would cost around million dollars. BTW, I just hope that the car owner would be careful with his ride.

  (648) posted on 06.16.2011

Well, this is not a gold plated car actually it was a pure gold! And I think this car would be heavier compare to its original version. However, it seems that its owner have nothing to do with his money!

  (394) posted on 06.15.2011

Whoever will own this car, secretly it says ’hey guys steal me"! Heck! if I have this car, i will not drive this outside my house!

  (419) posted on 06.3.2011

This car is only for those people that don’t know on how to spend their money.
Well, this is not the first time that we seen a bling-bling in a car.

  (599) posted on 04.15.2011

I just remembered something about gold in Chinese feng shui. They say that gold is a sign of prosperity, so the guy who owns this must be prosperous indeed.

  (858) posted on 04.13.2011

Nice, idea, a gold covered Mini, that would probably be a sight to see. And very cheap too, since you won’t be needing that much gold to cover a car that small.

  (504) posted on 04.12.2011

First an Audi R8 then comes a Bugatti and now, a Cabriolet? Haha those tuners as really insane and at the same time so damn rich!. They should make a gold Mini next time, or how about a gold Shelby Super Snake?

  (210) posted on 04.12.2011

Mr. Midas shouldn’t let this one out of his garage period. But then again, that would create a dilemma, why would you want to have a golden car if you can’t actually drive it?

  (466) posted on 04.11.2011

Wow 24K! I don’t know if its a good idea to put gold down in the exterior and drive it in the street as if thief never exist.. Mr. Midas should close monitor his car on the car park!

  (683) posted on 04.11.2011

I really don’t understand why they do all these gold covered thingies. And I wonder where they got all that gold to cover the car up.

  (273) posted on 04.11.2011

I think this thing looks better compare to gold-plated paint job of the Mclaren! However, I do hope that it wouldn’t have the same fate with the stolen Porsche!

  (1211) posted on 04.11.2011

Wow, that’s definitely one heck of a bling. And this one is also going to be in any crook’s wet dreams, just imagine how much they would get from this one.

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