While we’ve previously featured Kirk Hawkin’s Icon A5, Wired has an short but sweet video interview up with some great panning and in-flight shots; note: 15 second ad pre-roll.
We could do without the frilly vines, but Vincent Facquet’s swank Luxury Billiard tables sport some uber-bourgie features including gilded platinum leaf and 18 carat gold diamonds.
Official pics of the facelifted Bentley Continental GTC and GTC Speed: it’ll get a more upright grille and restyled lower fascia, while the W12 gets bumped to 600 HP, good for 200 mph.
One of the hottest skeleton watches ever, Hautlence’s HLq watch features avante garding styling with a stainless steel case, manually wound caliber and crocodile strap.
No doubt sacrilege for some Bentley fans, Hamann’s aero kit for the Continental GT and GT Speed two seaters adds front, rear and side skirts, quad tips and interior carbon fiber.
With triumvirate styling inside and out, Nixon’s Goose jacket in leather rocks form-fitting biker styling; it’s minimally softened with quilted details, swiss made zippers and ribbed accents.
A remix of the classic Aviator style, Diesel’s FDLYP sunglasses have a continuous shield lens with brown gradient tints on a minimalist frame, barely accented with contrast striping.
Steampunk enthusiasts, meet the real deal: the Strenco ST-2 Steambot is a German-made robot that uses a Wilesco steam engine to run on water and Esbit hexamine fuel tablets.
Originally sold for $750k but now on the block for $295k, this 2006 ASC Diamondback Viper by McLaren features a tuned V10 that hits 615hp and a trumpeted air intake system.
JA Michell’s TecnoDec is an entry-level turntable with a low-noise DC motor, advanced bearing and a solid plinth, yet is still easy to use; it requires no user setup or maintenance.
Seriously loaded skiing enthusiasts should check out the Ski Gym, which is essentially a self-contained motion simulator with 18 venues that helps you train for blue, red and black slopes.
Specializing in car-oriented videos, AdvanTech Studios’ Showreel ’08 is pure sex for auto aficionados; filled with slo-mo drifts and vignetting, you may have seen some of this in Top Gear.
It’s probably not wearable, but this life-sized Final Fantasy XII helmet will earn you some serious cosplay cred; it’s limited in availability for all you Judge Magister Gabranth fans.
Few brands are as lustworthy as Shelby, and true to form the 2010 Ford Shelby GT500 makes the new ‘Stang the most powerful ever, with 540hp and 510lb-ft of torque.
What 9ff’s Porsche-based GT9R lacks in style, it makes up for in raw power: limited to 20 street legal cars, it sports a twin-turbo 1,105 hp engine that’ll go 0-60 in 2.9s. Thanks, Jason!
Inspired by vintage biker culture, Japanese-based Calee’s leather wallets are handmade with the price to match; thickly stitched edges and brass studs give these a high end look & feel.
Digital camo on the outside and solid inside, we like how Maharashi’s Reversible F67 jacket lets you choose between urban and preppy casual with slash pockets on both sides.
Made with a hand-crafted process that takes 45 days, Vaja’s ivolution Silver is lux all the way; this grainy cowhide MacBook Air case is offered in 15 outside and 37 inside colors.
BRM is well-known for its racer/industrial aesthetics, and their Perfed Watches are no different; both feature perforated hands and details, high contrast colors and sharp arabic numbers.
Questionable yellow pinstriping aside, this tuned Nissan GT-R concept by Cobra Tech has us drooling over its 3.5s 0-60 time, made possible by ECU, pressure and air intake mods.
It’s nowhere near pocketable, but this Giant Swiss Army Knife by Wenger puts to rest any doubts about your preparedness; it squeeze in 85 tools and weighs nearly 3 pounds.
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