A fully-certified lightweight plane designed for personal use, the Valkyrie from Cobalt Aircraft travels at speeds up to 300MPH with a capacity for up to 5 adults & their luggage. In addition to a thoroughly modern design, the Valkyrie also offers an optional emergency parachute that will gently lower the aircraft to the ground in the event of a catastrophic failure.
Ferrari’s new F12 TdF is a more powerful update to their already scary-fast F12 Berlinetta. Upgraded from 730 horses to 769. Ferrari also brought back the faster shorter-shifting 7-speed dual clutch tranny, as well as adding 4-wheel steering, larger wheels, and massive 1-piece brakes. Limited edition of 799.
Car nerds are calling it a Tesla killer. Porsche calls it the Mission E Concept, an 800-volt luxury sedan with a 310-mile range that Porsche claims can re-charge to 80% in just 15 minutes. Aside from its sculptural good looks and efficiency, its 0-62MPH in 3.5 will help you remember that deep-down it’s still a Porsche; that is, if they actually make the car.
The Dawn convertible draws inspiration from the luxury land yachts of yore but features an all-new design. Borrowing looks but not body panels from the Wraith & Ghost models, the Dawn is wide, low & got a toned-down front grill & a stronger chin. Under the hood: a 563 horsepower V12.
Aggressively passing Porsche’s Cayenne Turbo S as the fastest SUV on the planet comes the new 600 horsepower ultra-luxury Bentley Bentayga. Off-road worthy? Supposedly. But there is definitely a refrigerator in the trunk.
The release of the new Bond film Spectre will also see the unveiling of the new Bond car, the Aston Martin DB10. With that release still a few months off, Aston Martin has created a limited “Bond Edition” with their potent V12 DB9. Only 150 of these Spectre silver coupes will be made.
If you’ve been holding out for the release of the droptop Aventador, your wait is over. Lamborghini’s Aventador LP 750-4 Superveloce Roadster brings you the snarling V12, 217 MPH carbon-fiber supercar with the addition of the wind in your hair.
Winner of the FIA World Car Championships in 1965 in its debut, the Shelby Daytona Cobra turns 50 this year, and to celebrate, Shelby is building 50 of these classic racecars in aluminum. These limited edition Cobras will feature updated safety features but maintain many old-school details of the era.
The latest Aventador variant, the forthcoming 2016 Superveloce Roadster is the most powerful Lamborghini ever built. The 6.5-liter V12 is the same as in previous models but it’s been re-tuned to produce 50 more horses while changes to the chassis shed 110-pounds. Lambo has not officially unveiled the vehicle but we do know this open-roof monster puts out 750 horsepower & only 500 of them will be made.
More powerful than its predecessor, Aston Martin’s DB9 GT is fitted with a 6-liter V12 that cranks out 457 horsepower, making it the most powerful DB9 ever made. 0-60 in 4.5 and a top speed of 186MPH, it features a 6-speed Touchtronic II tranny & the brand’s tech new AMi infotainment system.