The design language for cars is usually hoity-toity marketing speak, but Lexus’ “L-finesse” really comes to life with this gorgeous all-acrylic model of the LF-A supercar. Thanks, R.O.!
A mashup of Star Wars pod racing and WipEout HD, FormulaSexta was created to promote Formula 1 racing; trust us, if F1 ever looks like this we’ll be the first ones in the stands.
Winner of the Buckminster Fuller Challenge, this RoboScooter is part of a fleet of vehicles that will reduce pollution by providing mobility-on-demand; think Flex cars on steroids.
The Dartz Kombat T98 looks like a Hummer, but we doubt your H2 packs RPG-proof doors and windows; it can also haul overly well-fed Russian oil barons with its 8.1L Vortec V8.
Harkening back to a time when Volvos were sporty, Mattias Vocks is aiming to remake the classic Volvo P1800; this one will pack a modern XC90/S80 4.4L V8, turbocharged to 550-600hp.
At 4,000hp, MTU’s Engine Series 4000 isn’t their most powerful engine (their Series 8000 makes 12,000hp), but if you own a 7,200 ton frigate, this twin-turbo V20 will do the job.
With an extra 40 hp and 72 lb-ft of torque, this Audi A5 by AVUS is modestly tuned, but its sweet matte color scheme steals the show; it’s actually a foil wrap that plays wicked with the light.
Limited to 150, Triumph’s Daytona 675 Special Edition packs the same 675cc engine as the 675, but you can personalize it with carbon fiber bits, a quickshifter set, footrests and silencers.
SpaceShipTwo takes another step towards suborbital flight with this test flight for Virgin Galactic’s Eve; the WhiteKnightTwo mothership is a twin boom aircraft that will ferry spaceplanes.
Lotus’ Elise Purist Edition isn’t all that stripped down–you’ll still get the 1.8L, 190hp 4-banger, AC, stereo and power locks–but with an MSRP near 2005 prices, it’s a tough value to beat.
G-Power claims that their modded M6 Hurricane CS is the world’s fastest Bimmer coupe at 228mph, and with a twin-supercharged engine that pushes out 750 hp, we won’t argue.
On display at Cal Arts in Valencia 5/2-5/15, LB to SF is an art installation that uses a real bicycle to simulate a ride from Long Beach to San Francisco using a Wii controller and Blender.
The official photos of the Ferrari 599XX concept are out, and she’s a beaut: it’s the result of their road-and-track hybrid XX program and sports a 700hp V12 and 60ms shift times.
Areaware’s IF Mode Bicycle is clean, through-and-through: this lightweight commuter bike features sleek lines, no greasy chains and wheels that slide neatly together when folding.
German motorcycle customizer Hollister has oodles of bikes to ogle, but their crowning achievement is the organo-metallic Phantom; it debuted in 2002 and has been touring ever since.
Try as we might, we found it nearly impossible to stop watching this 90 minute WRC rally crash compilation; you’ll see cars flying off road, doing flips and narrowly missing crowds.
Aston Martin’s V12 Vantage debuts at the 24-hour Nurburgring race 5/23; a testament to its race readiness, very little has been changed other than new tires, handling and safety tweaks.
Like some mutant horror flick, all the Chinese knockoffs merge together into the HiPhone Nano N3+; it’s best described as a clamshell iPod Nano phone with rotating 2.8″ touchscreen.
Morgan celebrates its 100th birthday with the Morgan Aero SuperSports, a retro-styled roadster with modern aluminum chassis, BMW-sourced 4.8L V8 and a detachable hardtop.
Gullwing-America’s 2009 300 SL Panamericana sports a gorgeous classic skin made of fiberglass reinforced aluminum; at its heart is SLR McLaren’s 5.5L V8, good for 370hp.
One of only three ever built, this ultra rare 1967 Ferrari P4 Le Mans will be auctioned at the Ferrari factory 5/17; this is the first time in 38 years the car has been on the market.
Made out of vinylester resin, carbon/kevlar fabrics and fiberglass, Wave Sport’s Project 54 CX is an ultra lightweight kayak at only 20 lbs; it’s limited to 50 handcrafted pieces worldwide.
Essentially Parkour for bicycles, this video shows rider Danny MacAskill performing street trials riding in and around Edinburgh; it’s a little slow at first but picks up after 1:20.
Clearly designed to polarize, the Mantide supercar has been revealed on Episode VIII of Stile Bertone’s Project M; whether you love it or hate it, it’s based on a Corvette ZR-1.
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