The latest edition of the 458 Italia gets its roof swapped out for a folding aluminum hard top in the new 458 Spider; the better to hear the roar of its 4.5L, 570 hp engine with top speed of 198 mph.
The supercool cycle from the Tron: Legacy is street legal, with electroluminescent strips built into the cowlings and rims and a fuel-injected Suzuki 996cc, 4-stroke engine. (Thanks Jack!)
Cadillac harkens back to the era when cars looked like boats with their luxurious Ciel convertible. Driven by a twin-turbo 3.6L V6 with hybrid electric power, it measures at over 203 inches long.
Blending modern lines with inspiration from classics, Andrea Spaggiari’s take on the Maserati loads a 450hp, longitudinal V8 in the front end to propel this RWD 2+2 on massive 20-inch wheels.
The iconic 911 has been tweaked just a smidge for 2012, with a 2″ increase in length, a 3.4L direct-injected flat-six with 350 hp and 280 lb/ft of torque and a downward sloping console on the inside.
Just when we thought we’d seen the most expensive car in the world, out comes another tricked out Veyron. The Sang Noir (Black Blood) is currently the only Veyron Super Sport for sale.
Classified Moto turned a 1982 Yamaha Virago xv920 from an ugly duckling into a fierce beast. Has a custom tank, exhaust, controls and seat, and suspension from Yamaha YZF-R6 sport bikes.
(NSFW: Language) Just because this motorized sled runs on solar power doesn’t mean that it can’t zip along at breakneck speeds, taking its creators for a scenic ride along an abandoned railroad track.
The world’s largest indoor amusement park. Has Ferrari-themed rides – including the world’s fastest roller coaster – as well as a collection of both vintage and contemporary Ferrari vehicles.
Go for a ride inside the cockpit with driver Rocky Robinson as he sets the land speed record for a 2-wheel streamlined motorcycle, zipping along the Bonneville Salt Flats at a gut-rumbling 376mph.
A Range Rover Sport that looks more like a Lambo than a Land Ro(ver), thanks to the slick orange on black theme, from the roof and bonnet stripes to the leather front and rear seats.
Renting an island? Pfff. How about owning a moving, floating island? Yacht Island Design’s unique hull lets them build unconventional themed yachts. They should make a LOST-themed yacht.
This German tuner has Corvette bones, but distinctly European styling, with retro-styled front and rear, and a top-of-the-line ZR1 6.2L supercharged V8 with 638hp and 604lb-ft of torque.
The cafÃ© racer to end all cafÃ© racers, fit not just for trips to the coffee shop but to the club as well. Built by Kaffeemaschine, based on the Moto Guzzi T3 California. Has a 76hp V2 engine.
YouTuber subaruwrxfan lucked out when he came upon the crew of The Dark Knight Rises, who had three different versions of the new Batmobile aka the Tumbler with them. More on his channel.
As if a moto-hybrid wasn’t unique enough, Derringer Cycle now offers insane customization options. Start with a 49cc 4-stroke engine, gearbox and brakes. What you end up with is up to you.
A stop-motion video explaining how Ken Block’s new custom Ford Fiesta RS WRC can be tweaked so that it can be used to compete in Stage Rallies and Rallycross and also burn rubber at gymkhana.
The name of NÃ¼rburgring Driving Academy instructor Andreas GÃ¼lden stays plastered on the video the whole time. Why? So we won’t forget who this skillful, daring and steel-balled man is.
Sky Lund talks about his love for the classic BMW 2002 sports sedan. Even if you’re not into cars, I think we can all relate to Lund’s passion and agree that his ride is one fine piece of work.
Germany’s DMC upgrades the Maserati Gran Turismo with a supercharger and electronic tuning to push the car’s 4.7L V8 from 434hp up to 582hp. Interior and exterior mods are sporty, but refined.
AMS tunes up the Nissan GT-R with an earth-shattering 1309hp engine w/995 lb-ft of torque. Watch as this beast blows through the quarter mile in a smokin’ fast 9.05 seconds.
The pitch-black Night Rod has a distinct metal exoskeleton, created through hydroforming to minimize welds. It’s powered by a liquid-cooled 60° V-Twin with 112hp and 85 ft-lb of torque.
Don’t be fooled by the (relatively) timid opener – Vaugh Gittin Jr. knows how to drift. Gittin slides his roaring 5.4L V8 Ford Mustang all over the Al Reem Circuit in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The beefy yet elegant Epitaph bike features a custom crafted wheel set that allows for 4 low profile tires and a handmade leather seat, grips and frame inserts. Limited run of 12 pieces.
Mike Duff has replicated a Bugatti Veyron by hand, taking a Mercury Cougar and piece by piece transforming it into quite a beautiful car. Bonus: this vehicle is also up for sale. (Thanks Kelley!)
A 1:1 scale replica of the steering wheel used by Ferrari F1 drivers Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa this 2011. Hand-built using carbon fiber and filled with moving buttons, paddles and switches.
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