Right out of the wrapper, Triumph’s Scrambler model is pretty sick. It’s packed with a classic-looking 865cc Paralles twin motor and a trim package made for on or off-road action. The beefed-up, modified custom you see here was built by two skillful European craftsmen for Germany’s annual summer Triumph festival called Tridays, and its classic grass-track race called the Rumble. Looks like a winner to us. Source
The prototype Porsche 918 plug-in hybrid is a rocket, boasting 770-horse power, a plastic monocoque body shell and crazy rear axle steering. This freakishly fast and futuristic machine is set to go on sale sometime in 2014, and will bear a price tag of nearly 1 million dollars.
The Bombers Collection from BRM Watches isn’t a bunch of run-of-the-mill, Swiss executive-dude timepieces. These watches have personality; they’ve got color. Styled to pay tribute to famous WWII fighter planes like the Spitfire, Mitsubishi Zero, and the P-51 Mustang, they feature aviation-inspired designs, and are built tough enough for a parachute drop behind enemy lines.
The Pentax K-30 is a small, lightweight & powerful DSLR camera. It shoots a 16-megapixel image as well as capturing 1080p HD video. ISO speeds crank all the way up to 25,600 so you can literally get a shot in the dark. This new model is also weatherproof. Rain, dust, baby vomit, this thing is impervious to it all.
If all you know about motorcycles is that you need a cool one, get one from Deus Ex Machina. We feature their bikes pretty often and that’s because they don’t make any lame ones. This highly modified Yamaha is only a 225 so it’s light, easy to ride and sips gas. The wide tires are great for on or off road rallying and the clutter-free rear end & alloy tank make it look pretty mean for it’s size.
Audi is known for designing some pretty cool cars. And even though their E-tron electric cars are all still in concept, it stands to reason that Audi could design a pretty cool electric bicycle. This is it. The full-suspension E-Bike features a 5-mode Lithium-Ion powerplant that let’s riders choose how hard they want to work. The bike is designed for tricks and features on-board WLAN connectivity for posting stunts straight to the web.
What can you do with half a million dollars? Well, in NYC you can buy a shabby 800sq.-foot apartment, or if you’re like Newt, you spend it on jewels for the ex. A third, much better alternative would be to drop your cash on something cool like the GT4, the world’s most efficient, high performance plug-in electric hybrid aircraft. It’s got a carbon fiber body and can take off and cruise using only batteries. Time to fly. Source
Keep in mind we haven’t test-driven this thing but the idea of people buying something British with a motor in it in 2012 is beyond reason. Just the same, Aston Martin is proudly offering a new variant of their flagship DBS. The DBS Ultimate. This model is dressed up with carbon fiber body parts, racy diamond quilt stitching on the leather interior, and your choice of coupe or convertible body style.
Granted, music videos are an outdated medium but couldn’t you just see Nicki Minaj whipping across the everglades in a pink wig rapping from the cockpit of this flying hovercraft? Just us? Okay, but still this thing will fly up to 20-feet high at 70-MPH allowing the pilot to hop over obstacles an ordinary hovercraft could never clear.
This four-drawer cabinet designed by artist Mark Moskovitz is called the Facecord cabinet. It looks like a stack of firewood. Isn’t that funny? The price tag is also somewhat amusing.