With the lofty aim of being “inspirational,” the book by the famous head coach usually ends up as a steaming heap of worn out locker room cliché and macho-man nonsense. That’s a very negative statement, we know. But it’s also true. In this book by legendary college basketball coach Bob Knight, negativity is the secret ingredient for success. And who are we to argue? Knight’s unique philosophy of negativity carried his teams to over 900 NCAA wins.
Spyker is a high-end boutique automaker rising from the ashes of the Saab deathbed saga. And with Saab officially 6 feet under, Spyker got back to designing sick cars. The brand made a stunning return to the Geneva Auto Show this week, debuting their luxurious & aerodynamic B6 Venator, a mid-engine V6 coupe.
Insert joke about “wood in your pocket” then add two facts. Fact one: these slim, bi-fold wallets are made with leather and either Walnut or Zebrawood. Fact two: this is better than the “wood in your pocket” joke would’ve been.
After conducting a global survey that revealed how horrible our posture is when we sit at work and interact with today’s technology, the designers at Steelcase came up with this new task chair. The Gesture is designed to help compensate for poor posture by supporting your body position no matter how weird it gets. Available fall 2013.
A Mercedes twin-turbo G-Wagen outfitted in full AMG spec is one serious SUV but when they add an extra axle and make the G63 into a lifted, 6-Wheel drive dune jumper, they’re joking, right? Apparently not. MB plans to produce 20-30 units of the new 6X6 this year.
For a compact point-and-shoot camera, Nikon’s 16.2MP Coolpix A camera produces images that look like they must have been shot with a pro-level SLR. That’s because this little guy has the same DX-format CMOS sensor used in Nikon’s professional line of D-SLR camera bodies.
The release of the new Rolls-Royce Wraith, a 624-horse V12 coupe, unveiled this week at the Geneva Motor Show is sure to drive the Bentley boys & their dad-style Flying Spur straight to the bar. The Wraith is loaded with leather, Canadel wood paneling and has nut to spare plus technology like a Satellite Aided Transmission that uses GPS to shift into the optimal gear as the road changes. Bottoms up, Bentley.
You’re looking at the fastest Ferrari ever made. It’s got a 789 horse 6.3-liter V12 engine with power married to a 160-hp electric motor. This combo means 949 hp and 663 pound-feet of torque. How fast is LaFerrari? It hits 62 miles per hour in under three seconds, 124 mph in seven seconds, and screams to a top speed of 205 mph.
The problem with breakfast sandwiches is not eating them; it’s making them. If making your own was idiot-proof-easy and quicker than the line at the drive-thru, you’d be scarfing bacon right now instead of reading about it. Think about it: improving your life could be as easy as buying a breakfast sandwich maker.
With just days until Lamborghini celebrates its 50th, the new Veneno—the brand’s Golden Anniversary hypercar—is revealed. Based off the Aventador, the 750 horsepower V12 Veneno carries on Lamborghini’s tradition of naming their cars after famous fighting bulls. To us, the Veneno looks more like a reptile or insect than a bull but when you make a 4 million dollar car, you get to name it whatever you want.