A wealthy Saudi Arabian man decided his Easter weekend vacation in London would be a golden opportunity to show off his expensive fleet of gold chrome supercars.
The tourist’s many rare and highly valuable cars, which included a Mercedes G63, a Bentley Flying Spur, a Rolls-Royce and a Lamborghini Aventador SV, were worth nearly 1.3 million pounds ($1.8 million), reported the Daily Mail.
All of the cars were covered in flashy gold chrome, which reportedly cost around 4,000 pounds ($5,750) each to do.
The cars were photographed outside the five-star Mandarin Oriental hotel near Hyde Park and in Knightsbridge before they were taken through Kensington.
They reportedly made a stop in Cadogan Place, where houses cost an average of 5.2 million pounds ($7.4 million).
Opulent luxury cars are a common sight in London every year during the city’s “supercar season,” which is the time when rich Arabs travel away from the heat in their countries and show off their most expensive rides in the English capital.