Just in time for the Holidays, Porsche Design has created the earth’s most exclusive and expensive Advent calendar. The enclosure measures 1.75 meters in height and is made of brushed aluminum with double-coat finish surfaces.
Only one Advent calendar will be made available for 1 million dollars (US)per continent. Only five lucky people will be able to own these calendars. Designed by the Porsche Design Studio in Zell am See, Austria, the Advent calendar is set to reveal a new surprise each day until December 24.
The calendar conceals a range of surprises, including three special highlights – a Porsche Design Indicator watch in rosé gold, an individually customizable Porsche Design Kitchen and a motor yacht measuring eight and a half meters in length and designed by the Porsche Design Studio in Zell am See.
The P´6910 Indicator in rosé gold comes equipped with one of the most complex serially produced wristwatch movements in the world. The chronograph functions are combined with an authentic mechanical jumping digital display. The chronograph comprises approximately 800 individual components.
The Porsche Design Kitchen P´7340 stands out from the crowd with its innovative framework, purist styling and use of high-quality materials. The kitchen features handle-less cupboards, multifunctional light systems and a high-end audio-video system.
The RFF28 motoryacht offers a perfect combination of form and function. The yacht comes fitted with a 525 HP Mercury engine and reaches top speeds of up to 148 km/h. The cockpit interior sports custom-made teak sole and adjustable and ergonomically upholstered sporting bucket seats. Attention has been paid to every detail to guarantee you a luxurious on-board experience.
The $1 million calendar also holds 18 carat yellow gold sunglasses, fine writing tools, timeless cufflinks, Bounce:S² premium running shoes, a limited edition leather blouson made from hand-woven lambskin nappa and a travel assortment from the French Classic luggage series. Light bars highlight the calendar’s 24 windows.