Mercedes Benz used the C111 series to test new engines and other technologies. The 1977 C111-III had a 230hp diesel engine, and broke nine speed records. Why didn’t they produce this car again?
When you aren’t actually using these elegant, solid concrete USB drives from Shu-Chun Hsiao, they make great paperweights. Bonus: the weight of the block is similar to the capacity in terms of grams.
Super cool package design on these Eco and Techno Polo Shirts for Lacoste from Tom Dixon, with eco-friendly embossing for the former, and a speaking label for the latter.ï»¿
While we don’t expect Audi to release an electric vehicle until 2012’s A2, the conceptual A1 e-tron hybrid will do for now. Despite its power source, the car could go from 0 to 60 in about 10 seconds.
Other than a ton of spurting blood, and a protagonist named “Heinrich: Executioner of Witches,” we’re not sure what to make of Namco Bandai’s latest. Flows onto PS3 and Xbox 360 soon.
The top-of-the-line version of the upcoming FPS includes exclusive Spartan and Elite armor, a box of game artifacts, and a collectible statue of Noble Team by McFarlane Toys. Ships 9/14.
Marvel at the power of teamwork: South Korean High school students cheering for their soccer teams turn themselves into pixels, combining to form detailed – sometimes animated – images.
El Diego got this 1979 Porsche 924 when he was only 19; he sold it just before he was transferred to FC Barcelona. It has since been owned by serious collectors, and is in very good condition.
Finally, someone’s filled the need for an electrical socket with USB ports. The U-Socket has two 5-volt USB ports in additional to two standard three-prong ports. It fits into any existing wall outlet.
Triumph’s latest sports/touring motorcyle combines performance and utility. The motorcycle is powered by a 1050cc, 130bhp 3cyl engine, can go 200 miles on a single tank, and seats two comfortably.