Almost aggressively boxy with a giant W on the side and a big ol’ brow protruding over the windshield; this is what a Winnebago is supposed to look like. And the brand nailed it with the design of their new Brave motorhome. There’s nostalgia and there’s also new technology, like the Ford Triton V10 SEFI motor, Rand McNally RV GPS, and a bluetooth sound system.
Garage guys will agree that the portability and pop-up convenience of this 4-level rolling tool box will make it a snap to tote your tools out into the driveway or over to the neighbor’s place to lend a hand.
People somewhere must actually use these 3D printer things; otherwise Formlabs would never have bothered developing their new Form 1+ printer. This model is a complete overhaul of their groundbreaking 2012 desktop printer featuring a laser that’s 4X stronger and enables hi-resolution printing at twice the speed.
A team of Scandinavian craftsmen from Copenhagen are ready to build your custom Viking ship. Using traditional production methods and materials, the crew from Culture Nordic will build you whatever you want: from a small wooden Gokstad sailer for two up to a 36-foot party & pillage vessel.
While many worship blindly in the cult of iPhone, those who seek a higher standard will find it in the Vertu Signature Touch. Handmade in Britain with premium materials, it features all the tech you expect in a cutting-edge Android smartphone plus luxury services like 24/7 global concierge and best-in-class security features. Look at that price!
Audi will eventually make an RS version of every one of its cars. The latest to receive this endowment is the RS7. Officially unveiled last year, subtle enhancements were added to the 2015 model. The treatment includes a slightly more angular front-end, a twin-turbo V8 4.0 liter TFSI engine that hits speeds up to 190MPH, and of course some 20-inch wheels.
It looks a lot like its big brother, the 1200S, but Ducati’s newest Monster is a bit smaller; powered by a more compact water-cooled, 821-CC Testastretta 11° V-twin. It also got 8-level traction control & ABS from its big bro and will be offered 2 models: the regular 821 in red & white & the blacked-out 821 Dark.
Drawing inspiration from their celebrated 1970s chronographs, Longines has just released another updated classic. The Heritage Diver looks a lot like its vintage counterpart but got a new caliber L663.5 movement & a stainless steel 43mm case. It is available in both chronograph & three-hand variations.
Upstart Belgian watch brand Ressence creates watches like no other. Designer Benoit Mintiens has reimagined the mechanics of watchmaking to develop an oil-based mechanical system of hands-free dials. The effect is a bold, highly legible face where the information appears projected on the glass.
With the addition of this built-in coffee system, your dream kitchen will be complete. It mounts flush to the wall and features a bright LCD interface offering a full menu of all your favorite coffee drinks plus a 1.8-liter water-tank, so no plumbing is required for installation.