Our friends at DriveWithDave drove the Ferrari Daytona and reflect on sea-to-shining-sea dash known as the Cannonball Run, a 2,863 mile race run by Dan Gurney and Brock Yates in the Ferrari 365 GTB/4, now known simply as the Daytona.
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This limited edition chronograph pays tribute to the Renault Sport Formula One team, with a 42mm black ceramic case, 37-jewel Swiss movement, AR-coated sapphire crystal, a carbon fiber dial with automotive gauge styling, and a woven black rubber and fabric strap.
Hot on the heels of the redesigned Panamera, Porsche has dropped this bombshell – a station wagon version of the luxury sports sedan, with engines from 330 to 550 hp, along with seating for 5 and increased luggage space. Unlike most wagons, this one is coming to the US.
South Korean company Dot claims that it’s already mass producing its award-winning design for a Braille smartwatch. The eponymous watch not only tells the time – it can also display phone notifications, navigation and more. It also has quick reply and action buttons.
Jaguar teamed up with watchmaker Bremont to create this stellar timepiece which pays tribute to the lightweight E-Type which won its class at the 1963 12 Hours of Sebring. The watch features a red-stitched strap which mimics racing stripes, and other auto-inspired details.
A key twists, and the Ferrari 2.4 Liter Dino motor comes to life with a roar. Our friends at DriveWithDave spent an afternoon driving the iconic Lancia Stratos Stradale. Go behind the wheel of the car that won the Group 4 rally car championship, and in its day, was untouchable.
Phighter Images’ aviation-themed tables are custom built from the ribs of airplane wings integrated with a sturdy metal base. Sizes range from a 4 ft coffee table ($5500+) or 6 ft desk ($7700+) to a massive 28 ft conference table, and can be embellished with custom artwork.
Indian Motorcycle’s tourer is ready to take on the longest road trips, and features gorgeous vintage styling elements like a leather trunk for helmets and fringed saddlebags, and modern amenities like a 7-inch infotainment system, 100-watt audio, and an adjustable windscreen.
The 2017 Porsche 911 Turbo S goes from Clark Kent to Superman faster than a Bugatti, Ferrari or Lamborghini. But is it just for the track? Our friends at DriveWithDave spent an afternoon behind the wheel of the fastest accelerating non-electric production car in the world.
Born in chilly Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA, Days Off is a new apparel brand that specializes in light and warm casual wear. The highlight of its debut collection is the Bennett, a jacket with a shell made entirely out of Tyvek. It also has magnetic closures and eyelets for ventilation.
This sexy open top beast is even better than the coupe, somehow dropping over 175 lb, and rocking a 764 hp Mercedes-AMG V12 engine. We think they should only make the carbon fiber and titanium supercar in this epic blue color scheme. Want one? All 99 of the $2.4m cars are already sold.
This unique wall or table clock uses the power of magnetic levitation to float its hour hand (er, hour sphere) off its surface, creating a dramatic and minimal display as it casts a shadow on the wooden surface beneath. Want the exact time? An LED matrix display hides beneath the wood.
This special limited-edition of the rugged G-Wagon has a retractable fabric roof over its rear, an AMG V12 engine making 630 hp, 22″ wheels, 18″ of clearance, and a droolworthy interior with diamond stitching, massage seats, and even climate-controlled cupholders.
Named after Breitling’s aerobatic racing plane, the Colt Skyracer is made of Breitlight – a material that’s lighter and stronger than titanium. It also has a practical white-on-black display, glare-proof sapphire crystal and a removable rubber strap that doubles as a ruler.
We flew to Arjeplog, Sweden to drive some of Jaguar and Land Rover’s awesome cars on challenging ice circuits, and spent the better part of a week going sideways and doing donuts. Attend for yourself, and you might even catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights.
Go back to the ’70s with these retro modern versions of the classic Brave. The updated house on wheels mimics the boxy, snub-nose design of the original, and its interior is just as perfect. It’s got new touches like LED lighting, a power awning, GPS, and Bluetooth audio.
Acronym follows up its dope Air Prestos with an extra high cut Air Force 1 Downtown. The DAF1 adds a shin-length soft shell collar that’s secured by a cam buckle strap. A full-length zipper makes the shoes easy to put on and take off. Keep the F5 bouncing for the drop.