Land Rover’s experimental feature for the Range Rover Sport lets you control the car using an app. You can drive the car from up to 33ft away, but only up to 4mph. It also has obstacle detection so you won’t run yourself over.
LEGO Ideas member FisheeC3’s proposal for a LEGO version of the Top Gear set. It includes minifigs of the hosts, the Stig and two staff, plus the furniture, Power Lap board and the broken Hilux. Bonus points for the Stig’s face.
Not only does VW’s hot hatch concept for this year’s Wörthersee festival look amazing with its gull-wing doors, it rocks a hybrid AWD drivetrain that puts out a blistering 521 horsepower and 500 lb-ft. of torque. Please make this, VW.
The NBA hypes up the playoffs by releasing mockups of the 2014-2015 championship ring for each of the 16 playoff teams. The Hawks and Bulls rings are style co-champs. And how depressing is it that the Nets are in while OKC are not?
A jaw-dropping mix of 21st century technology and British class. Outside you’ll find a 3D-printed grille, exhaust, door handles and side vents, while inside you’ll find what appears to be all of the leather on Earth.
Infiniti’s compact crossover is designed for urban living, sporting muscular yet fluid body styling, an all-wheel drivetrain powered by a 2.0L turbo-4, a 7-speed automatic gearbox, rides on 21″ wheels, and looks like it could go into production as-is.
Microsoft boldly predicts enterprise technology 5 to 10 years from now. Aside from wall-sized and borderless touchscreens, the company imagines we’ll have more mature augmented reality and wearable devices.
The Trail’ster gives the Soul more oomph, with a 185hp 1.6L turbo 4-banger up front, and a 35hp electric motor in back, giving the quirky little vehicle AWD traction. It’s also been lifted nearly 3″ and bestowed with a rugged body kit.
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