If you have a fortune to meet your fanatics for robots, then you have hit the right place. Retailed at a hefty tag of $725,000,000, this giant Gundam robot can meet all your desires. The Gundam will be 18 meters (60 feet) tall and would weigh 43.4 metric tones.
Folks, the cost of the robot don’t include the cost of labor and infrastructure charges required to support the machine. The Gundam can’t fly with any sci-fi weaponry and is clad in aluminum alloy plating (and not Gundanium), which itself is retailed at $79,000,000.
It works on an IBM Blue Gene supercomputer system ($1,550,000) whilst its actions would be monitored by 30 giant 400KW motors (12 in the legs, 2 in the torso, 14 in the arms, and 2 in the neck). Against the 300KW motor power used by a Shinkansen bullet train, it makes use of a 400KW motor. The sole cost of its motors is retailed at $7.8 million, beating the 7 Apache helicopter engines (sits at $52 million each). I am having dearth of words now to say anything further.