If Kim Kardashian has been looking for the perfect car for her lifestyle, looks like she's found it in this Audi R8, a coupe covered in mirror-like chrome, which means she can see herself the second she steps in front of it. Genius!
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But, alas, the luxury vehicle the reality star tweeted a photo of on Wednesday wasn't actually hers. It actually belongs to her sister Kourtney's boyfriend and baby daddy Scott Disick. "Who needs a mirror when I'm driving @scottdisick's car?" Kim posted to her Twitter account along with the pic, which features her behind the wheel flashing a peace sign.
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Kim's mom Kris Jenner got in on the Twitter shtick, too, tweeting: "Why would KimKardashian need a mirror when she has @ScottDisick's Batmobile????"
It's a cool car indeed, but not one most of us can afford. According to MotorTrend.com, the model ranges in price from $123,300 and $210,300 — and that's before adding the custom chrome work and the specialty Forgiato Wheels Disick chose.
It's not the first outrageously expensive ride Scott has splurged on. He picked up a Rolls Royce Phantom convertible last year that reportedly cost more than half-a-million dollars (which disappeared briefly when he was "Punk'd" a few months back), and more recently got a customized Range Rover.
So where does Disick — who has a 2-year-old son, Mason, and a daughter on the way with girlfriend Kourtney — get the cash to buy these kinds of fancy cars? He's had words with Kourtney's mom and stepfather Kris and Bruce Jenner on their reality show "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" over the fact the 28-year-old spent his days lounging around the house rather than working. "I want someone who's dedicated to Kourtney and the baby, who has something to get up for every day — not just get up and go get a tan in the backyard," Kris lamented to E! News. But over the last few years, Disick has gotten off the couch, serving as a marketing director for a club in Miami, then working for vitamin and supplement retailer GNC (which, not-so-coincidentally, manufactures QuickTrim, the diet pill the Kardashian gals endorse), and recently opening a restaurant in New York City. It's unclear how much those jobs and business ventures pay, but being part of the Kardashian clan and having a real-estate developer for a grandfather most likely helps in the extra pocket cash department.
But with Kourtney due to give birth next month, the more pressing question is: How's he going to get a car seat in that thing?
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