The Smart rear-view mirror has a hidden LCD monitor. At the flick of a switch the driver can switch to a live feed from a camera mounted at the rear of the vehicle to get a view unobstructed by passengers or cargo at the back.
There’s a reason that some classes of drag racers have those wheels on the back of their cars. Unfortunately, this 2000hp, nitrous-charged pony car wasn’t one of them, and took flight during a recent race.
The 2014 Scirocco and Scirocco R are more powerful yet economical than the previous models. The sporty hatchback’s engines range from 1.4L 125hp to 2.0 280hp. Its with 17″ wheels can be upgraded to 18″ or 19″ variants.
Yvon Martel’s MTT-136 is an all-terrain sled. Its electric motor lasts up to 130mi depending on its battery. It’s small and light enough to fit in the back of a family van but strong enough to ferry two people. Available in one or two tracks.
The latest in Ferrari’s drop top line, the California T carries the company’s new engine, a turbocharged 3.9L V8 that produces up to 560hp and 557 lb-ft of torque. It goes from 0 to 62mph in 3.6s and has a top speed of 196mph.
High rollers, join the Mile Low Club with Lovers Deep, a luxurious submarine intended for couples. A chef will prepare an “aphrodisiac tasting menu” and a butler will ensure that you and your lover will be chillin’ like villains.