This custom iPhone 13 uses a melted Tesla car part and features a sketch by Elon Musk

Smartphone and accessory designer Caviar has released a limited edition iPhone 13 which is a dream come true for Tesla enthusiasts. Called Tesla Electro, the body of the custom smartphone was made of impact-resistant titanium with a black PVD coating. The aluminum panel insert in the middle is where the essence of Tesla is captured.

The panel, Caviar claims, was made from melted Tesla car bodywork and includes an artistic collage with a portrait of Tesla CEO Elon Musk depicting some electric vehicles and the Tesla Motors logo. The Tesla car body part was first melted and then re-molded into the panel seen in the smartphone.

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That’s not all when it comes to Tesla inspiration. The Tesla Electro Caviar also receives another decorative copper insert with Caviar engraving. Copper is a key metal used in the creation of electric vehicles, so using the metal for decoration is in keeping with the theme of the product.

The body of the phone also uses an impact-resistant white composite material, echoing the classic color of Tesla electric cars. The Tesla Electro design is available for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max in different storage sizes. Caviar will only create 99 copies of the personalized Apple smartphone.

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The Tesla Electro iPhone 13 smartphone is part of the Caviar collection in honor of Elon Musk. The overall collection includes five more custom iPhones, two custom Nike Air Force 1s, 24k gold embellishments for a Tesla Model S, and a limited edition Musk bust, which was also made from melted Tesla Model 3 parts. with an inscription in gold. , Motor 1 signaled.

The Caviar Tesla Electro iPhone 13 Pro has been priced at $ 6,760 while the iPhone 13 Pro Max starts at $ 7,300. Personalized iPhone makes a great gift for a Tesla or Elon Musk fan.

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