Sometimes a special edition car is totally organic and makes sense. And then there are times that an automaker pairs up with a luxury manufacturer to create a bewildering special edition. These are some of the oddest out there, according to you.
Back in 2010 Jeep thought it would be a good idea to collaborate with the makers of Call of Duty: Black Ops for a special edition Wrangler, and this is the result. It looks virtually unchanged from the normal car, save for some decals, unique wheels, and other small touches.
This strange 599 one-off was auctioned in 2009 for $1.3 million. Lu Hao, the first Chinese artist to work with Ferrari, designed the look using inspiration from song Dynasty Ge Kiln pottery patterns.
Though Fiat had the right intentions with this Schumacher tribute hatch, it didn't really fit. Sure, it looked pretty sporty, but with a 0-60 mph time of over 10 seconds and a top speed under 100 mph, it wasn't on-par with the Schumacher name.
Built to celebrate golfing legend Jack Nicklaus in the early 1990s, this special edition featured a green paint matched to a white top and a cream interior, paired with unique badges and wheels.
Built to celebrate McLaren's Canadian Can-Am history, the 570S Canada commission sports red-tinted carbon fiber panels paired with white fenders, along with a few other touches.
In 1973, AMC teamed up with Levi's to create a Levi's special edition Gremlin, using a lovely blue paint and denim pants-like trim on the inside. Everything in the cabin, complete with buttons and zippers.
Movie-themed special edition cars are nothing new, but the Rogue One-inspired Nissan Rogue Star Wars car is one of few examples to not be featured anywhere in the film it's connected to. Featuring blacked-out trim and a bunch of Star Wars easter eggs, it's the perfect car for any mega-fan out there.
The Harlequin special edition Golf was built using a set of mis-matched body panels at the factory, resulting in a quirky-looking mashup of junkyard cars you could buy off the showroom floor. Today, Harlequins are highly sought-after, and carry a huge cult following.
Wearing a coat of Spectre Silver paint in honor of the new James Bond movie, Spectre, only 150 of these Bond Editions were made. In addition to the car, customers will also receive a James Bond edition Omega watch.
The French automaker teamed up with German porcelain maker Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin to create this porcelain-accented special edition. It was one-of-a-kind and . "L'or Blanc" translates to "white gold."
This Ford pickup cost Harley-Davidson fans around . They got an F-150 with a 6.2 liter V8 and a rumble-tuned exhaust. Harley-Davidson badges were sewn into the seats.
$35,000 in 1995 could buy you this special, Neiman Marcus edition BMW Z3 roadster, the version driven by James Bond in GoldenEye. Only 100 examples were made, and they were all spoken for within six hours of the car's announcement.
The Murciélago wore Versace logo stitching on the nappa leather interior and a calf leather covered lower dash. Customers also received a free pair of blue calfskin driving shoes with purchase.
At least $100,000 would buy you this matt gray "" Range Rover Evoque with interior details that Post Spice said evoked (sorry) childhood memories for her. Only 200 were made, and came with a custom four-piece luggage set.
The Kenneth Cole Mini Cooper sported a glitzy, studded exterior and interior and never made it to production.
The wore the red and green Gucci stripe across its belt line, seat belts, shifter, key fob, and carpets. It came with a full line of "500 by Gucci" travel accessories and cost roughly $19,000.
In celebration of the Chinese year of the horse, Rolls-Royce treated its Ghost with this special edition package that included small horse logos in various spots on the car.
Bentley made of these limited editions that were inspired by the seven-plane Breitling show-jet team. Flashy yellow accents and seven small jets decorated the dashboard.
The Gremlin wasn't the only Levi's special edition car out there. This 1975 Jeep Renegade came with trademark denim seats and Levi's logos as well. Someone needs to bring these back.
A customization for only the DBS, Virage and V8 Vantage S, Aston Martin only made 88 of these editions that featured special dragon symbols. 24-carat gold was applied to the carmaker's winged badges and the car debuted at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show.