Koenigsegg refers their new One:1 model as a Megacar because it puts out 1 Megawatt of power. That means it goes from zero to 400KM/h in 20 seconds. Which roughly means it goes from zero to 250 MPH in the time it took you to read this drivel.
Modeled after 19th-Century writing desks (remember those?) this high-tech workbench features 26 drawers for storage and a spacious worktop that features a built-in computer, sound system and soldering station plus a unique lighted planetarium locking mechanism. via
Electric bikes are everywhere but this new one with fat tires will take effortless biking off-road. This 60-pound electric-assisted beast from Surface 604 Bikes has 4-inch wide tires that’ll sling mud for 20 miles on a charge and hit speeds of 20MPH.
FBE right here. Fastest Bentley ever. The brand is not known for performance but the 2015 Continental GT Speed is equipped with a 6-liter twin-turbo V12 that produces 626 hp with a top speed of 206 mph. Inside of course, this vehicle looks like a futuristic executive office suite.
Sportbrake is a goofy word for station wagon. And while many carmakers are moving away from this functional body style in favor of taller, less-sporty “crossover” blobs, it’s nice to see Jaguar bring XFR-S performance to a wagon. It’s got a punchy supercharged 5-liter V8, but will that be enough to catch the Benz or Audi sport wagons?
The motorcycle world was set ablaze when people first laid eyes on this custom cafe machine designed and built by Daniel Simon. The response was so good that now Lotus is actually going to produce this 200 HP rocket. And that’s how Lotus Motorcycles was born.
The Dub Box has everything that’s awesome about a classic Volkswagen camper bus minus the miniscule engine. Ditching that and turning it into a trailer makes it much more roadworthy while still retaining its charms as a classic stabbin’ cabin. The trailers are not made from old busses but made entirely of fiberglass and Custom-built to order in Oregon.
Calling these things mobile homes or even worse, trailers, would do these rolling cabins a dis-service. They are after all framed and built-to-order with wood by a carpenter, just like a stationary cabin. Wheelhaus is currently offering three models, The Caboose that has a loft for sleeping, the pitched-roof Rail Car model, & the Airstream-inspired Silo. Delivered to anywhere you want all ready to be patched into plumbing and power.
The most noteworthy new feature on the re-designed Ferrari California T convertible, is the new turbo-charged V8 sitting under the Pininfarina-designed hood. That powerplant puts out 560-horses and serious torque, and somehow people think of the California as the “entry-level” Ferrari. Yeah, okay.
Oliver’s Travels specializes in luxury escapes & they’re billing their new romantic underwater getaway aboard the Lovers Deep as the Mile Low Club—a play on the Mile High Club. Calling it the Sexual Submarine aka SexSub would be better for PR but anyway. Customers can dispatch the luxury sub to anywhere in the world, arrange helicopter drop-off and go deeper than ever before.