By on February 26, 2012

Who needs a HUMMER when we have the absolutely insane $7.9 million Dartz Prombron Black Dragon Special Edition? Well, “we” will only have it if “we” all move to China. Dartz, the Estonian maker of the world’s most expensive and most whacko 4×4, celebrates the Chinese year of the dragon with this special edition craziness. Only 12 will be made for 50 million yuan each, and they will only be available in China, where they undoubtedly will be snapped-up in no time at all.

According to Carnewschina, the abomination on wheels will debut at the Beijing Auto Show.

This being a Chinese special edition, of course the Black Dragon is stretched. By about two feet, 60 centimeter to be exact. I mean, who wants to be with his nose in front of a Phillips 42-inch 3D-TV, which comes standard with the Black Dragon. Badges are made from 24k gold, silver and diamonds – put an armed guard on it when parked.

Speaking of armed, the auto-atrocity is bullet proof, comes with 7cm full armor, and weighs just under four tons. It will need all the 456hp the 8 liter 8-cylinder engine produces.

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