Tesla’s long-awaited all-electric Model S sedan is official, and it’s a looker: 300 mile range, 45 min. QuickCharge, 0-60 in 5.6s, a 17″ touchscreen and seating for 7, all for under $50k.
The S260 is more powerful, but Sector111’s Lotus Exige comes close with 240+ hp, upgraded brakes and nearly all-carbon fiber bits that turn it into a track-ready, flat-bottomed supercar.
Nubeo and Kobe Bryant team up for the Black Mamba watch, whose DLC-treated case is the most complex ever with 131 pieces; it also packs a Valjoux 7750 calibre and 36 part bezel.
Designed for geeky cowboys, the Rugged Man Leather Messenger is a blend of rustic and urban; each is tanned, dyed, cut and sewn by Wisconsin leatherman Kenton Sorenson.
Hlaska’s Evergreen Briefcase is so-named for its distinctive wood-grain pattern; pick from three ebony, cedar or pine, all of which are embossed on vegetable-dyed Italian leather.
Prindiville Prestige’s customized Lambo Murcielago replaces its body panels with carbon fiber and adds a titanium exhaust system, handle-less doors and an upgraded interior.
Zipp’s VumaChrono is a radically designed crank for hardcore bicyclists; it features a spiderless design with an ultra-stiff 30mm spindle, making it 9s faster over 40km. Thanks, Brian!
We’ve previously seen the gorgeous aerial bi-axial Tourbillon of Concord’s C1 QuantumGravity watch, but they’ve now revealed the case; it’s a 48.5 mm Titanium looker.
Billed as the world’s most expensive and exclusive production sport bike, MV Agusta’s F4CC is limited to 100 and is handbuilt with a 200hp 1078cc engine that tops out at 195 mph.
Not entirely practical but oh-so-lux, this bicycle is literally wrapped head to toe in leather, from the saddle and grips down to the lugs; it’s the work of cutter/sewer Jacques Ferrand.
The Spidolite’s larger, chunkier brother, Linde Werdelin’s Oktopus is also a distinctly masculine diving watch with thicker markers and hands and a maximum depth of 1,111 meters.
The craziest thing about Bang & Olufsen’s BeoVision 4-103 isn’t the 103″ Panasonic screen, the motorized stand or its half-ton weight; it’s the fact it costs as much as a freakin’ supercar.
Debuting next week at the Basel Watch Fair in Switzerland, Bell & Ross’ Heritage Watch is inspired by 1940s military aircraft with vintage style numerals and stamped leather strap.
Mamiya’s DL33 is a medium format monster, weighing in with a 33MP sensor that is double a full-frame DSLR’s size; also: an impressive 12 stops and a spacious 3.5″ touchscreen.
As if the original Caparo T1 wasn’t enough, this Race Extreme version bumps horsepower up to 575, good for a blistering 0-60 time of 2.8s; oddly, you can add A/C for $5.4k.
Maitres du Temps’ Chapter One watch gets a Black Dial edition (think gothic meets steampunk); it features a tourbillon and two rolling bars for day of the week and moon phases.
The SRV-1 Blackfin is a fully assembled surveillance robot that you can control via the web using a Java-based console; it’s customizable with open source code and schematics.
Made in Italy, McQ Alexander McQueen’s high-end Black Leather Duffel has a distinct 80s euro flavor; we dig the contrast grey stitching, striped border straps and multiple zip pockets.
Ignore the recession in style with Le Breton Yachts’ SIG45; the 45 foot multihull racing yacht is made entirely from carbon fiber with a max speed of over 25 knots and quarters for six.
Kicherer’s E-Class optics tuning package is tasteful and minimalist with carbon fiber spoilers and 20″ forged alloy wheels; it also sports a tuned suspension and twin pipe exhaust system.
The Engine Coffee Table is furniture for manly men: it’s wrapped in tattooed leather, inlaid with alligator and stingray skin and topped with a freaking carburetor and brass knuckles.
If you’ve ever wondered why certain watches are called complications, Pierre Deroche’s TNT Royal Retro makes it clear: it features a whopping six retrograde second hands.
Named for the location of its distillery in Wisconsin, 45th Parallel Vodka is made from local grains and may not have a distinct taste, but its neutrality makes it ideal for use in cocktails.
There are pogo sticks, and then there’s The Flybar: powered by super-powered elastic bands, it’s capable of catapulting you 7.5 feet into the air, easily enough to jump over cars.
The first pics of Lamborghini’s Murcielago LP 560-4 Roadster are up, and it’s a looker; it goes 0-62 in 3.4s, tops out at 205 mph, and gets a 6.5L V12 with 650hp and 486 lb-ft of torque.
You’ll need a 10x magnifying glass to use Citizen’s Astrodea watches, but it’s mana from the starry heavens for astronomers: it features 1,109 stars that slowly spin in real time.
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