Cactus de Cartier is Cartier’s newest and free-spirited collection that indulges in non-spiky yet uncompromising sculptural pieces that may now be observed and touched up close. Seductive with a luscious blend of the sometimes gentle, sometimes cruel pleasure of duality, Cartier has again redefined jewellery: the geometry, cut-outs and proportions of this subliminal spiky collection revealing three unexpected designs. It is all about plant shapes dotted with zesty, succulent gemstone flowers in emerald, chrysoprase or carnelian; the generous volumes with geometric structures, gold domes illuminated by precious dewdrops, corollas of radiant and fresh faceted lapis or diamonds; and lastly the REBELLIOUS FLOWER – the audacious beauties adorned with unexpected curves, undulating with ripples and twists and unconfined movement. At the jeweller’s touch, the gold comes to life with twisting contours, open work and precious, pearly droplets.
Reaching speeds of more than 200 km/h with specially-developed Pirelli Scorpion tyres, it also has ‘floating’ capabilities across soft surfaces, and highly durable in hot conditions. While there were only a total of 300 produced from 1986 to 1992, the LM002, the Urus is set to create a new Super SUV class of its own, with exceptional power and torque, distinctive design and a significant presence on the road. It comes in an aluminum and fiberglass body, with four-wheel drive transmission, transfer case and three self-locking differentials that could exceed gradients of 120%.