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The glamorous and luxurious vehicles that appear in MV BLACKPINK

BLACKPINK members not only wear luxurious clothes but also drive fancy cars in their music videos.

In addition to the addictive music and great visuals of the members, BLACK PINKMVs also get attention with their stunning and expensive kits and props, boasting higher production costs for YG. Flashy and luxurious vehicles are often seen in girls’ videos.

On September 16, BLACKPINK released a music video for their newest title track “Shut Down” from their second full album “BORN PINK”. As a result, the new BLACKPINK music videos for “Pink Venom” and “Shut Down” were confirmed by YG as having the highest production budget ever. Two supercars on the MV’s Shut Down immediately caught attention.

The scene at the beginning of MV’s “Shut Up” shows Rosé driving a pink car without a roof. It’s a Lamborghini Huracan EVO with a retail price of around $ 209,409.

The second supercar seen in Shut Down MV is the Lamborghini Urus SUV with a Lisa in the driver’s seat. This model will retail for approximately $ 221,506. On MV, this car’s license plate is “BLPK – 1NUR – AR2A” which means “BLACKPINK in your area”.

The supercar used in the MV Pink Venom is the Jaguar Xj, one of the brand’s most luxurious cars. The price of this model is almost $ 275,000.

In her solo debut, MV “On The Ground,” Rosé shocked many Internet users when she did not hesitate to burn down an expensive supercar, the Lincoln Limousine, which has been discontinued since 2012. The car was restyled to fit the concept of “On The Ground” and successfully created the highlight for the MV. It has a price of approximately $ 127,000.

In her solo debut MV “LALISA” there are scenes in which the youngest BLACKPINK member shows off her attractive appearance while driving a motorcycle. This Lisa rider bike is a Panigale V4 S version of the famous Italian car brand Ducati, priced at around $ 43,000.

Source: yan

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