The Type 72 celebrates Lotus’ wildly successful F1 car of the same name; it sports gold-stitched microfiber seats, gold and black wheels, an adjustable roll bar, and twin oil coolers.
Ken Block and DC Shoes have released a bevy of videos in recent days, but we dare you to try and forget the Artist’s Remix; also: G2 Director’s Cut and Block vs. Pastrana. Thanks, everyone!
They grow up so fast (and furious): The Roddler brings hot-rod styling to tiny tots with a billet-machined aluminum stroller, carbon vinyl leatherette upholstery, fenders, and chrome grips.
No, it’s not an excuse to tailgate, but Art Lebedev’s Transparentius concept is a simple (although pricey) way of seeing around a truck: a camera up front projects video on the back door.
Focus Designs’ SBU (Self Balancing Unicycle) gets an unofficial endorsement (and some wheeltime) from MythBuster’s Adam Savage; Adam’s analysis? “It feels like the future!”
It’s not quite an M, but BMW’s 2011 Z4 sDrive35is gets an extra 35 hp/32 lb-ft of torque (+69 lb-ft with overboost), a deeper exhaust note, M Sport Suspension, and light-alloy 18″ wheels.
Santa’s Sleigh gets future-proofed for the next decade above; basically a what’s what of future GE tech, this reindeer-less ride boasts OLED lighting, icephobic coatings, and sodium batteries.
Aston Martin’s DBS and V12 Vantage Carbon Black are back-to-back black; each sports carbon fiber/Kevlar seats, black leather stitching, and a piano black dash. Thanks, James!
It sounds like a used car, but Ford’s 1995 GT90 is neither used or just a car: the 250+ mph concept supercar gets auctioned 1/21/10 with a 6.0L V12 and an all-carbon fiber body.
Triumph’s 2010 Thruxton Special Edition is a cafÃ©-racer style bike with a powder-coated red frame, Crystal White paint, blacked-out engine, and a top-of-the-line 865cc parallel twin.
RaceChairs’ automotive-inspired cuff links let even desk jockeys stay at the track; they include brakes, shifters, steering wheels, and speedometers with silver polished silver finishes.
Mercedes Benz’ 2010 E-Class Cabriolet focuses on all-year drivability with an acoustic soft top, turbulence reduction, and neck-level heating; it tops out with the 388 hp E 500 convertible.
Audi’s new creme-de-la-creme A8 also gets Mountain View’s best of breed: drivers will be able to navigate in 3D using Google Earth on an 8″ LCD screen thanks to a built-in UMTS modem.
Love it or hate it, but you have to give MINI props for having the cojones to show off this Beachcomber Concept; it strips out the doors and adds AWD for a decidedly non-urban vehicle.
Ford’s Mustang Unleashed series ends with smoke and rubber in this Spellbinder video; set on the Las Vegas Strip, it stars magician Steve Wyrick and pro-drifter Vaughn Gittin, Jr.
MIT’s Copenhagen Wheel is more than just a wheel: it uses regenerative braking to turn any bike into a hybrid and connects to a smartphone to serve as a personal trainer and navigator.
Calling all evil (but eco-friendly) movie villains: Julien Anglade’s 150-meter Ikkar yacht concept is not only powered by solar sails but can transform into a larger vessel while at sea.
Kepler Motors’ Motion is a hybrid supercar with one law of motion: fast; a 3.5L V6 and electric motor each provide 550 hp and 250 hp, good for a 0-60 of 2.5s and >200 mph top speed.
We can see Steve McQueen tearing up the backroads with Moto Guzzi’s Griso 8V SE; it sports a 110 hp/85 lb-ft engine, blacked-out powertrain, stitched leather seat, and Italian colors.
The RDSport RS46 completely reworks BMW’s M3; it features an F1-style 4.6L V8 with stainless steel parts and carbon/Kevlar bumpers, plus an upgraded suspension, brakes, and rims.
Possibly the fastest production car ever built, 9ff’s GT9-R is an 1120 hp monster with a 257.2 mph top speed and a 0-300 kph of 15.8 s; the street legal car will be limited to 20 units.
Edo Competition’s Lamborghini Gallardo LP600/4 gets a new front spoiler lip and 600 hp, good for 211 mph; it also sports an adjustable suspension system and three-piece 19″ wheels.
Trek teams up with Lance Armstrong for a one-of-a-kind custom version of their District Carbon bike; it features a yellow belt drive, Pauls brake levers, matte finish, and chopped bars.
Bred purely for the track, the 2010 Dodge Viper ACR-X pumps out 640 hp thanks to new headers and exhaust, sheds 160 pounds, and gets a roll cage, fuel cell and race seat.
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