With nine finishes including Zebrano and Cognac, Dual’s Consoles & Mixing Desks are targeted towards DJs with an eye for modern design; each can be customized with add-ons.
For those unsatisfied with the base GT, Gemballa is dropping a Carbon edition which sheds weight and boosts power to 670hp; the result is a top speed of 208mph and 0-62 in 3.7s.
With an extruded aluminum case and gold mechanical elements, Roland Iten’s ritzy Credit Card Dispenser is only for the credit limit-endowed; a trigger shoots out four cards at a time.
Specs are unconfirmed, but rumors are rife about the Centenaire, a special Veyron built to celebrate Bugatti’s 100 year anniversary; it’ll get 1350+ hp and a top speed of 261 mph.
It won’t be teeing off with humans anytime soon, but Precise Path’s RG3 is an ultra efficient robotic golf green mower; it’ll do 100% coverage in a single pass with straight lines.
The original Ventura was the world’s first battery-driven electrical watch, so it’s fitting that this upsized XXL edition gets an automatic movement while keeping its iconic triangular case.
James Bond’s coveted ride drops its top with the Aston Martin DBS Volante–just keep your hairpiece on as it gets the DBS’ 6.0L V12; it’ll go 0-62 in 4.3s and tops out at 191 mph.
Prada’s Novo Calfskin Boots are an interesting mix of high-end dress shoes and low-rise boots; it sports gored sides and tire tread soles, all wrapped in swank black calfskin leather.
Romain Jerome’s latest Titanic-inspired watch is the T-oxy III Skeleton chronograph, so named for its bare-it-all aesthetic and tourbillon; the bezel is made from Titanic’s steel.
Baracuta’s G9 jacket gets a modern update thanks to a Kent & Curwen collab; cotton is swapped out for perfed leather, although the classic Fraser tartan plaid lining remains.
The bastard child of a Batmobile, a submarine and an F1 racer, the Tramontana R makes up for its funky looks with a twin-charged 5.5L V12 that gets 760hp and 811 lb-ft of torque.
A joint Italian and South African venture, the Perana Z-One is a gorgeous two-seater with a 6.2L Corvette LS3 V8 that promises 0-62 times under 4s; it’ll be limited to 999 units worldwide.
Using a hard to rip material normally reserved for USPS mail envelopes, Rick Owens’ Funnell Tyvek Leather Jacket sports a light to dark gradient, distressed leather and an oversized collar.
Carlsson’s custom stylings may not be for everyone, but this CK55 RS Rascasse not only gets a two-toned bodykit but a plush, dark red Alcantara interior courtesy Etienne Aigner.
We’ve featured expensive watches, but this Audemars Piguet Carbon Royal Oaks takes the cake; this hand-polished beaut is owned by A Bathing Ape’s Nigo and runs a cool $251k.
Think of it as a baby Rolls: the Rolls-Royce 200EX concept is 18″ shorter than the Phantom and is based off the BMW 7-series platform; itl’ll be powered by a V12 and arrive in 2010.
We wonder who has the bling for a Bentley, let alone this Extreme Bentley; it runs on a bio-fueled twin-turbo and goes 0-60 in 4s thanks to 630 hp and the removal of the rear seats.
Porsche Design’s P9620 Rattrapante watch features not one, but two second hands to measure intermediate time; also: a PVD-treated titanium case and Carrera GT-inspired push-buttons.
With 4 out of 5 European models part of their “BlueEFFICIENCY” push, the 2010 Mercedes E-Class Coupe is about low MPG; it’s still plenty hot though, and will go on sale this June.
Based on the mailbags used by the USPS from 1868 to the 1970s, this J. Crew Limited Edition Postal Bag is designed to improve with age; it’s hand-stained, oiled and burnished.
Hyundai has been making remarkable strides catching up with the big nameplates, and their flagship Equus caps off this effort with a long wheelbase and 5.0L V8 that makes 420 hp.
Claiming to be the world’s fastest car is a perpetual game of catch-up, but this customized Maxximus G-Force Ultima GTR takes the cake with 1600hp and a 0-60 of 2.1s.
A pair of mirror-imaged, omnidirectional arrays and a quartet of 12″ bass drivers make up these gorgeous MBL 101 X-treme speakers, which faintly resemble Federation warp cores.
Living up to its “sport” moniker, Montblanc’s Auto Sport Chrono features a diamond-like carbon scratch- and corrosion-resistance case, sapphire crystal and 200m of water resistance.
An alternative to the traditional briefcase, Head Porter’s Master Navy Brief Case is made from nylon with a plethora of pockets; its 40″ width and 29″ height will easily carry a laptop.
Recently debuting at the Salon Privâ€šÃ Ã¶¬© in London, the Caparo T1 is a track and road-friendly two-seater with a lightweight aerospace frame, a 575bhp engine and a 0-60 of <2.5s.
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