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Lamborghini Desk For A Really Fast Office

Speed up your work with this fancy addition - by Antony Ingram

Polish company Manufacture RETRO might have the answer for your Lamborghini lust in their Unique Racing Desks collection. Yes, that’s a bright orange, Lamborghini Murcielago desk you see–and while it won’t handle quite as well as the real thing, nor make your computer any faster, it’ll do a pretty good job of brightening up your office with its vivid orange hue.

It isn’t the first time we’ve seen car-themed furniture, but it’s one of the more affordable options. Some people will spend $240,000 on a beautifully-engineered but ultimately static Bugatti desk, or $25,000 on an office chair made from a Ferrari seat.

But to the casual observer, they do just look like a fancy metal desk and nicely-trimmed office chair. No risk of this with the Lamborghini desk, which is as in-your-face as the real thing.

The best part is the price. Its US$7,800 tag is expensive for a piece of office equipment, admittedly, but it’s a heck of a lot cheaper than the aforementioned exotic furniture.

And in the grander scheme of unrealistic purchases, it’s much cheaper buying an actual Murcielago and a Lamborghini desk than it is a Bugatti Veyron and a Bugatti desk.

In fact, who needs the real Lamborghini? Hook up your games console and a TV to the desk and pretend you’re driving the real thing. Though we will warn you: Owning a Lamborghini desk and not having the car to go with it is just as bad as those people you see dressed head-to-toe in Ferrari gear stepping out of their Corolla

This article originally appeared on CarsGuide.

By Mens Health Staff

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