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Caviar’s ‘Future’ Collection Merges Tech Icons with High-End Customization

Caviar, a luxury brand based in Dubai known for crafting custom high-end versions of popular tech, has launched a new collection named “Future.”

Thu, Mar 14, 2024 11:38amGrey Clock 2 min

This series from Caviar includes customized iPhones and Samsung devices inspired by the latest technological marvels, such as the Apple Vision Pro and the Tesla Cybertruck. The collection aims to attract those with a weakness for luxury and groundbreaking design, featuring items that draw inspiration from iconic tech products and vehicles.

The highlight of this collection is the iPhone 15 Pro Max Vision, a device that incorporates design cues from the Apple Vision Pro. It offers a harmonious complement to the Vision Pro headset, featuring distinctive color highlights, the smooth lines of the Vision Pro, and textures that mimic the headset’s appearance.

Additionally, the collection presents a unique take on the Samsung S24 Ultra, transforming it into a mini-Tesla Cybertruck. This customization captures the essence of the Cybertruck’s design, inspired by 1980s science fiction and specifically the aesthetic of futuristic vehicles in the film “Blade Runner” (1982). It showcases the Cybertruck’s stark lines, metallic finish, and geometric shape, along with the distinctive color of its headlights.

The “Future” series also includes the Bionic M, a model inspired by the Mercedes Vision AVTR concept car, known for its “living” design. Other pieces in the collection draw inspiration from the architectural designs of Zaha Hadid and the Azzam Yacht owned by the Emir of Abu Dhabi.

Pricing for the collection starts at $8,060 for the iPhone 15 Pro Vision, with the Samsung S24 Ultra Cybertruck edition priced at $8,770.



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