The lead glow car that drove the world’s biggest and fastest supercar to the finish line is the most expensive vehicle ever built.
But it is only the second in the world, and its production has cost around $4 million.
The Led Light Pod, a six-seater electric car, is a one-off and only launched last year as part of the $4 billion New York City Marathon.
It’s the first of two cars built for the $20 million New York Marathon, with the second due to arrive later this year.
This is the first time the lead glow has been used for mass production.
In 2009, the lead car made the final two laps in the New York marathon, and it is the second-most expensive car ever built, according to the Guinness Book of World Records.
The car was unveiled in New York last Friday at the New Yorker’s headquarters.
The car is being driven by the billionaire, entrepreneur and billionaire founder of Tesla Motors Elon Musk, who recently became the first non-billionaire to win the prestigious $1 billion Fortune 500 prize.
It is one of three cars that will be built for New York, and the other two will be made in China and India.
Musk, who has been an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump, has also announced plans to build a $5 billion battery factory in Mexico.