If not for the movie Back To The Future, the exotic, stainless steel DeLorean would have gone the way of the Edsel, the AMC Gremlin and the Ford Pinto – filed under goofy/extinct. But Marty McFly drove this landshark into infamy. A revived and reorganized DeLorean will soon be selling this iconic car in a futuristic all-electric model.
From the outside this futuristic camper looks like something shat out by an Imperial Walker, but on the inside it’s like a luxury yacht. Designed and built in Austria, this ultra-deluxe 30-foot camper offers all the comforts of a presidential suite without the stigma of a corporate jet.
Everybody hates Jet-Skis. Even the people who ride them. It’s because they stink, they’re noisy and their cooling systems pump fresh water through the engine before spitting it back out as polluted water. The zero emissions, zero pollution EXO Concept is a new breed of clean-running Jet-Ski that may just signal a fresh, new chapter for the most hated watercraft of all time.
At the risk of losing customers to Porsche, BMW, and even their sister brand Jeep, Maserati is moving into the luxury SUV market. If inflated European sports cars with 4-wheel drive get your blood pumping, this Italian beauty might cause a coronary. The big square-nosed beast will come outfitted with a ferocious Ferrari-built motor and absolutely dripping with luxurious detail; there are also rumors it’ll be assembled in the good ol’ USA.
Volvo’s rep has been built on safety and reliability. Boring stuff. But the latest leaks out of Stockholm offer a peak at the brand’s upmarket push. The concept You is a far cry from the “Swedish bricks” of yore; rounder and sexier for sure. No details are out on the performance or drive-train, but luxury features like eye-activated touchscreen controls, an advanced audio system and suicide rear doors give a glimpse of Volvo’s new direction.
If you’re looking to slap down over a quarter-million dollars for something (anything) British-made, you’ve obviously got money to burn. Therefore you should look into McLaren Special Ops, a new “client customization division” for the supercar maker. Think AMG or Brabus-type custom upgrades minus the metric system.
If your Batmobile is an old Lincoln Futura with a body kit, you’re just another number. Those things are a dime a dozen. But a jet-turbine powered Batmobile? There’s only one in existence, so even at $620K, it’s a deal. Just be careful backing it into the Batcave.
The forthcoming Cadillac ELR is proof that sometimes concept cars actually make the cut. In ’09 it was an auto show sensation as the “Converj”: futuristic and full of potential. Now, as the ELR, this American-made extended-range hybrid is slated for production. But details from Caddy are still sketchy, “soon” is the closest they’ve come to announcing when it will actually be on the showroom floor.
If you want to roll around town in a Ferrari, you’re obviously not trying to keep a low profile. So why not go all in and get the drop-top? The new 458 Spider is low & compact but Ferrari engineers managed to wedge a fat V8 into this mid-engine coupe and still find the space to store the retractable convertible top. On sunny days, remember to bring that Ferrari ball-cap. Don’t wanna burn.
By now, all the best tropical destinations of the world have been outfitted with luxury hotels, but the problem with these places: other people on vacation. Finding a place to truly get away from it all isn’t easy. Of course, if you have that F$%k You Money, there’s a solution to every problem. Have your people contact Yacht Island Design and get them to build you a themed super luxury yacht. Source