Top 5 of the Most Ridiculous Car Items on Sale

Article by Christian Andrei, on March 10, 2016

We all have that crazy fan moment that sometimes turns out for the worst. Admit it. There was a time in your life where you were head over heels for something and you just can’t resist having anything that has to do with it even those that are useless and dumb. Yeah, we all fell for that crap.

And that does not exempt members of the automotive community. On one end, there might be people selling amazing products that might seem useful for you and your vehicle and on the other hand, there are people selling totally useless products that make you go “Wait. What? Why?!”.

Here are a few of the most useless, dumbest and most absurd things on sale that will make you barf rainbows. Here we go.

Ferrari LaFerrari Bumper

Anyone would die to have any part of one of the most technologically advanced cars in the world, one in its BEST condition but not everyone would die for a DAMAGED part. Yes, you read that right.

Apparently, some dude sold a bumper from a wrecked Ferrari La Ferrari online. And if a La Ferrari costs $1.42 million, which obviously isn’t cheap, you would expect this mangled bumper to cost more or less $4,470, right?

However, this dude might have thought that maybe, just maybe, he could sell this thing way higher than that. And we thought he’d never put it into action but hell yeah, he just did. Ridiculous.

Porsche 918 Spyder Luggage Set

Most of us like to go on road trips. And of course, common sense will tell us that we always travel with a luggage. But how would you feel if you would own a luxury car, say a Porsche 918 Spyder and go on a road trip with a luggage in your trunk worth more than a thousand bucks?

Apparently, Porsche had a brilliant idea by offering 918 Spyder owners the chance to own a matching five-piece luggage set worth $19,700.

Made out of leather, Alcantara and carbon fiber, this five-piece luggage set has a right to its price. However, you can already buy a decent car for that price, why spend it on overpriced luggage? C’mon Porsche, you can do better.

Nissan R34 GT-R

We all have that moment when we want to try to be cool and act like you can do something illegal. And we know that those ideas are just plain dumb. But owning a sports car that is considered illegal in the US and driving it out on public roads is the dumbest thing a person can actually do.

But some wacko must’ve thought that it’ll be cool to sell a Nissan R34 GT-R in the US (which is illegal). But the dumbest person alive would be the person buying it. Play Krayzie Bone’s “Ridin’”: They see me rollin. They hatin.

Celebrity-signed 2017 Acura NSX Hood

Anything for a cause would definitely make a person’s heart melt: even for a celebrity-signed 2017 Acura NSX hood. Just the hood. Yes, it might sound dumb to buy just a car’s hood but hey, the proceeds were going to the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.

And yes, someone somehow bought it for a whopping $10,800. Too much for a celebrity-signed hood? Well, let’s just say it was all for a good cause.

Hublot Ferrari Watch

Last on our list is another one of Ferrari’s ridiculous promotional efforts: a $300,000 watch. An addition to Ferrari’s stock of backpacks, cologne, cufflinks, wallets and more is a $300,000 Hublot watch.

They tapped the Switch watchmaker to make a watch that costs more than an actual Ferrari supercar. How about we trade this watch for a house and lot? Does that sound more practical? I guess avid Ferrari fans are not the practical kind.

Topics: top 5

If you liked the article, share on:


Login or Create new account to add a comment!


BMW has just introduced the seventh generation of the 5 Series. The BMW 5 Series has been on the luxury car market since 1972, and since then has been quite...
by - October 20, 2016
After more than a year of being off-air, the former Top Gear trio is now on The Grand Tour. Yes, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May -- three personalities...
by - October 18, 2016
In 2014, Ken Block unveiled his wild Hoonicorn at the Specialty Equipment Market Association show in Last Vegas. Derived from the 1965 Ford Mustang notchback pony car, the Hoonicorn was...
by - October 17, 2016
Various car shows are hosted all over the world to showcase the ingenious designs and engineering techniques of different car manufacturers. It is in events like these that we are...
by - October 10, 2016
We have become all too familiar with sports cars getting facelifts or power boosts that even these crazy makeovers don’t look too surprising anymore. However recently, there has been a...
by - October 5, 2016