Vertu does it once more, crafts second Ferrari telephone for $25K
See, this is the factor about Vertu telephones: anybody who’s rich sufficient to afford one in all probability needs (and may afford) multiple, in all probability does not care about newfangled goodies like 3G or a big, excessive decision show, and doubtless retains a Ferrari or two within the storage. On that notice we provide the “Ascent Ferrari 60,” the Nokia division’s second Ferrari-themed handset. In contrast to the first — which occurred to even be an Ascent — the Ferrari 60 includes a shift gate on its posterior as an alternative of a brake pedal, which clearly makes it well worth the €18,000 (about $25,370) asking worth. In fact, that hefty value of admission additionally nets you an elaborately original storage field, a Vertu Aerius headset, and an precise valve out of a Ferrari F1 automotive, so the 60 fortunate sons of weapons that seize this factor are in for a deal with (if valves and outdated Bluetooth headsets are your factor). Test it out at Nokia’s London, Paris, Singapore, and Hong Kong places.
[By way of Autoblog, thanks Kane]