Russia-based Caviar has developed a reputation for making a number of highly-customized versions of high-end smartphones, which have a ludicrous price tag to match. Many of the company's phones come covered in gold, have built-in solar panels, or even a mechanical watch system on the back for you to gaze at, which is the case with one of its recent models based on the iPhone 11 Pro.
Today, the company announced what it's calling the Cyberphone. It's a custom version of the iPhone 11 Pro with a design inspired by the straight lines of Tesla's Cybertruck. The Cyberphone replaces the aluminum and glass sandwich design of the regular iPhone 11 Pro with a full titanium shell that should withstand plenty of abuse. On top of that, it has a titanium cover for the screen, which folds back when you need to use the phone. It can also serve as a kickstand for you to prop up the phone with a multitude of degrees to choose from.
Aside from the titanium shell, you're not getting anything overly fancy here, so if you really want a gold-covered iPhone with a few diamonds encrusted onto the shell, you'll need to look at the company's other offerings.
With that being said, the Cyberphone will still be as expensive as you'd expect from Caviar. Mashable reports that the 64GB variant of the iPhone 11 Pro starts at $5,265, though Caviar's website says you should request a price from the company directly. There are only 99 units available, though, given the price tag, there's likely no reason to rush to order it.