Lamborghinis - the Italian car with style. Bold, beautiful, and fast, it's regarded as one of the world's most luxurious and desirable supercars.
Usually a status symbol of the rich and famous, most people can only ever dream of owning one - until now.
A Kiwi YouTuber is selling his one-of-a-kind model on Trade Me, which is not only affordable, but is only available in New Zealand.
The catch? It’s made of cardboard - and not exactly road-safe.
It's the brainchild of 22-year-old David Jones, who shared a video of himself constructing the Lamborghini Aventador to his YouTube channel.
It took Jones two weeks to make the cardboard car, with the 22-year-old counting on DIY being in his DNA.
After a bumpy test-ride or two - and a YouTube video that amassed more than a million views - the novelty soon wore off.
To make space in his garage, Jones made a second video announcing the sale of his cardboard car. The project is now listed on Trade Me, boasting a 10/10 safety rating ("does not move") and 10/10 fuel economy rating ("does not take fuel").
More than 100 bidders have priced the car at over $2000. The listing will close on Tuesday evening, with the money raised going towards Starship Children's Hospital in Auckland.
And the new owner will have to hold on to the design motto of all Lamborghinis - to expect the unexpected.