The golf cart is a weird little vehicle -- not fast enough to be a car, but too big to easily navigate the sidewalks and other narrow routes where bicycles can go. So of course it makes perfect sense to spend tens of thousands of dollars on a macked-out one, right?
The folks at Garia certainly think so. They've crafted the "Garia Edition Soleil de Minuit" for a Monaco auto show, and you can get one yourself for a mere $52,000. A bargain at twice the price!
Anyway, should you drop that much coin on a golf cart, here's what you'll get: a golf cart made at the same factory as the Porsche Cayman and the Porsche Boxster. It's got all kinds of leatherwork and handmade details that you won't even notice. You can also get a built-in refrigerator and a custom paint job (though I'd advise against the creepy Michael Jackson golf cart style).
It's also got a souped-up front suspension "inspired by Formula 1 cars," according to the company, which means it probably won't crumple when you go leaping it off the top edge of some of those British Open-model pot bunkers.
Bottom line, if this cart can top 50 mph, I'm in. Otherwise, I'll stick to wrecking the off-the-rack models.