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Awesome Gaming PC Built Into Toy Tesla Model, Costs Over £10k

Awesome Gaming PC Built Into Toy Tesla Model, Costs Over £10k

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Ewan Moore

Ewan Moore

I've seen some pretty extra gaming PCs in my time, but this high-end hardware built into the boot of a drivable mini Tesla Model S might just be the most extra PC I've ever seen. Hell, it's probably straight up the most extra thing I've ever seen, period. I can't pretend to understand the first thing about how or why this came to be. All I know is that I needs it.

Unfortunately, this charming model (as spotted by PC Gamer) is a little out of my price range. And by "a little", I actually mean several hundred thousand miles out of my price range. I'd have to remortgage the house to come close to affording this one. And I'd have to actually buy the house I rent first, which is a whole separate issue that would require even more money.


Not exactly a sound investment, then. But if you happen to have a spare $13,432 (just under £11,000) knocking around, then go nuts. You'll get yourself a drivable toy Tesla for your trouble, which in itself is pretty damn cool. Of course, we both know that it's what the car is packing under the hood that really counts, and it doesn't disappoint.

While the price is hefty, it gets you some top-shelf hardware. We're talking an 11GB RTX 2080 Ti, 32GB RAM, and a Ryzen 9 3900X, complete with a Hydro X liquid cooling system. The whole sexy package is topped off by some slick iCUE RGB underlighting. If you've really got money to burn, there are even more cosmetic options you can work through to make it your own. You can't downgrade any of the above components for a lower price, though.

I'm sure you won't be surprised to learn that this monstrous creation is the work of Origin PC, the very same custom hardware purveyors that put together the ungodly machine last year that came stuffed with a PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Mercifully, that particular build wasn't for sale... although Origin is now offering to build a high-end PC with a built in PS4 or Xbox One. That's about as expensive as you'd imagine it to be.

If you suddenly decide that you need a drivable high-end PC more than anything else in the world right now, then you can head to this link here and assemble it as you see fit. Just don't drive it around outside the house, whatever you do.

Featured Image Credit: Origin/Marques Brownlee

Topics: PC