With clean, classic lines plus Italian design and engineering, the new range of 2013 V7 models from Moto Guzzi is one of the most interesting things happening in the mid-size bike market. 3 models: the blacked-out V7 Stone, the touring equipped V7 Special, and the café-inspired V7 Racer all feature Guzzi’s signature 90º V-twin 750cc powerplant & amazingly, all 3 are priced under $10K.
A 740 horsepower Benz coupe painted a chrome-Bieber blue is sure to turn some heads as it speeds past at 155 MPH. But one key detail that will escape detection at that speed is the fact that this thing is electric. True. The SLS AMG Coupe Electric Drive, due out next summer, marks the end of the electric-equals-boring era.
Maserati came out swinging at the Paris International Motor Show this week, with the unveiling of their all-new GranCabrio MC. The open roof coupe pairs the bold lines and low stance of Maserati racing design with the long-haul comfort of their GranTurismo tourer. A 470-horse V8 and 6-speed ZF Automatic tranny mean this thing will move, too.
Vaccuum cleaner jokes suck but this new collection of premium, precision kitchen appliances and equipment from Electrolux does not. This home system is enough to make Chefs in fine restaurants jealous. It includes a combo oven that steams, a blast chiller, a vacuum sealer, a round-bottomed induction cooker, a searing hob, and several other devices you’ve never used.
With the recent release of Aston Martin’s astounding Vanquish model, followed now by the all-new DB9 coupe, the British car brand is making bold moves. Available in both a coupe & convertible, the luxurious DB9 is packed with a 510-horse V12 and features standard equipment like Carbon-ceramic brakes and a Touchtronic 2 paddle-shift transmission.
Even though Tumi’s limited-edition bulletproof briefcase is constructed with 65 layers of a polypropylene thermoplastic composite it’s not actually designed to protect you from gunfire but rather to protect the contents of the briefcase. We imagine that would be something like divorce papers or maybe potentially damaging video footage.
If you want a best-in-class camera, one that you won’t have to replace in six months—or maybe six years, the new M from Leica is the one. This groundbreaking camera brings together the proven superiority of Leica Rangefinder tradition with the best of digital image technology for low-noise photos that are super-sharp and detailed by way of a full-35mm format 24MP sensor and Leica’s legendary lenses. Available early 2013.
After several iterations of the wildly popular and versatile 5D, the long-awaited Canon EOS 6D has finally arrived. This compact, lightweight DSLR features all of the internals that have made the EOS family the standard-bearer of the pro-sumer segment but the 6D gets some amazing upgrades: a full-frame 20.0 MP CMOS optical sensor, built-in wi-fi, crazy 102K ISO for low-light shooting, plus a 1080p, 30FPS video mode. Available December 2012.
You’d have to be pretty serious about getting some work done in the wilderness to hump a 37-pound field desk along on your journey. Or maybe you just want an office with a better view. This mobile, free standing desk unit will go anywhere & features integrated 12V & 5V power packs, solar panels and charging provisions for various electronic devices. Source
The RX1 is a big leap forward. This little thing is the first fixed-lens digital camera to feature a full-frame sensor. That means high-quality, full 35mm, 24.3MP images produced in RAW format. It will shoot 5 fps bursts and captures it all through a super-bright Carl Zeiss F2.0 lens.