By Jade Watkins
They may have been in a lot full of luxury rides.
But the boys were more interested in Kim Kardashian's famous assets as she stepped into a Miami car dealership on Tuesday.
All eyes were on the 31-year-old as she strutted into Prestige Imports car showroom to check out a rare sports car worth an eye-watering $2 million.
Prestige Imports car showroom to check out a rare sports car worth an eye-watering $2 million in Miami on Tuesday
The reality star certainly dressed for the occasion, squeezing her curves into a very tight and fetching black and gold dress.
Kim paired the attire with her favourite pair of Tom Ford strappy sandal stilettos.
She wore her brunette locks out in a straight style and accessorised with gold jewellery.
Kim was accompanied by her best friend Jonathan Cheban during the shopping trip.
She went to the showroom to cast her eye over a very rare Pagani Huayra.
Kim spent an hour at the dealership checking out the exotic car and talking to the dealer.
According to the dealer, the car retails for around $2 million dollars and this particular car is the first in the USA and has a serial number of 0001.
Pagani builds around 40 of the Huayra model a year, made to order, and it is unknown whether Kim is interested in buying the car for herself or perhaps her boyfriend Kanye West.
Her shopping trip for the mega expensive car comes after she shared her thoughts on superstorm Sandy hours earlier.
She tweeted on Tuesday morning: 'Waking up today and talking to my friends in Jersey & New York just so thankful everyone is safe!'
She later took to her blog to reveal that the sisters' Dash store is likely to be flooded.
'When I woke up this morning the first thing I did was call all of my friends in NYC and all of our Dash Dolls from our NYC store and make sure they are all OK,' she wrote.
'Thankfully everyone I know is fine and I really hope all of you on the east coast managed to stay safe last night.
'I’ve been looking at all of the devastating photos online and it’s just unbelievable. Our store, I’m sure, is flooded, but we won’t know until tomorrow.
'I have faith that the search and rescue teams will be able to help those in need right now so that the death toll doesn’t climb any higher, and send a big thanks to the amazing relief teams!! Stay strong east coasters!'