The rich are taking advantage of the roaring stock market.
The S&P 500 is up 230% since its March 2009 low.
That means more money to throw towards private jets and fancy cars.
Here's a look at some of our favorite luxury toys:
Editors' pick: Originally published July 28.
1. Crystal Cruises' Private Boeing 777
But Crystal Cruises' Boeing 777 seats only 84.
"The average price to charter the Triple 7 is $45,000 per hour," said Edie Rodriguez, CEO of Crystal Cruises.
The plane has a 19.5 hour flight range.
Rodriguez said one client chartered the Boeing 777 and one of Crystal's yachts at the same time for the ultimate travel experience.
2. Audi's 2018 R8 V10
Here's an even more jaw dropping feature: it's price.
The coupe version starts at $164,900.
3. Lincoln's 2018 Navigator
The SUV features an impressive V6 twin-turbo engine with 450 horsepower and a 10-speed transmission.
It also boasts a host of technology features from a wireless charging station, USB ports in the front and back seats, along with the ability to connect a smartphone to the car via Apple (AAPL) - Get Apple Inc. ReportCarPlay and Android Auto, a division of Alphabet (GOOGL) - Get Alphabet Inc. Class A Report.
4. Lamborghini Huracan Spyder
Doing a traditional review of the Lamborghini Huracan Spyder we had in our possession recently quickly flew out the window.
That's primarily because the more interesting story, at least during our few days with such an impressive supercar, was how people reacted when coming across our Lambo convertible. It's as if human beings had spotted a rare animal species roaming the wild, and they just had to be involved with it somehow in the hopes of getting their names on the evening news.
Here's is our experience with this exotic ride.
5. All New Rolls-Royce Phantom
Rolls-Royce's latest Phantom is out - the eighth installment of its popular Phantom series. Starting at $450,000, the company's CEO Torsten Muller-Otvos said the Phantom VIII is considered the "most technologically advanced Rolls-Royce ever." The car manufacturer has also made changes to the luxury vehicle's dashboard - something it hasn't done in the Phantom's 100-year history. It now has a customizable, glass-covered dashboard and according to Muller-Otvos, customers are asking for gold. "There are many areas where gold can be used and customers of ours love gold of course," he said.
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