The jewel-studded gold and silver car that costs £3m

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The world's first gold car is on show in Mumbai as a tribute to 5,000 years of Indian jewellery-making.

It took thirty people to make the car and they used 80kg of gold, 15kg of silver and thousands of precious stones.

It's actually based on one of India's cheapest cars, called the Tata Nano.

The ultra-cheap Nano usually costs about £1500, but this gold version is said to be worth nearly £3 million!

Check out the clip to see the car in all its glory.