Minus a working flux capacitor, this heavily modified 1981 DeLorean DMC-12 is as close as you’ll get to a replica of the car from Back to the Future; it’s now up for auction on eBay.
The NSX in all but name, catch a glimpse of Honda’s HSV-010 as engineers test it at the Suzuka Circuit; it’s production-feasible but track-only and packs a 3.4L V8 for GT500 racing.
Pedal Brain is like Nike+ but for pro cyclers; it uses ANT+ to link sensors with your iPhone or iPod Touch, resulting in real-time position and performance data for riders and coaches.
It’s not quite official, but the 2011 Ford Mustang GT finally breaks cover and puts itself back in the pony car wars; it’ll pack an all-aluminum 5.0L V8 good for 412 hp and 390 lb-ft of torque.
For $192k you could buy a real car, but the Hexatech F1 Sim is made for hardcore racers; it sports three 42″ monitors, 6 degrees of freedom, and the same KERS tech found in F1 cars.
The Type 72 celebrates Lotus’ wildly successful F1 car of the same name; it sports gold-stitched microfiber seats, gold and black wheels, an adjustable roll bar, and twin oil coolers.
Ken Block and DC Shoes have released a bevy of videos in recent days, but we dare you to try and forget the Artist’s Remix; also: G2 Director’s Cut and Block vs. Pastrana. Thanks, everyone!
They grow up so fast (and furious): The Roddler brings hot-rod styling to tiny tots with a billet-machined aluminum stroller, carbon vinyl leatherette upholstery, fenders, and chrome grips.
No, it’s not an excuse to tailgate, but Art Lebedev’s Transparentius concept is a simple (although pricey) way of seeing around a truck: a camera up front projects video on the back door.
Focus Designs’ SBU (Self Balancing Unicycle) gets an unofficial endorsement (and some wheeltime) from MythBuster’s Adam Savage; Adam’s analysis? “It feels like the future!”
It’s not quite an M, but BMW’s 2011 Z4 sDrive35is gets an extra 35 hp/32 lb-ft of torque (+69 lb-ft with overboost), a deeper exhaust note, M Sport Suspension, and light-alloy 18″ wheels.
Santa’s Sleigh gets future-proofed for the next decade above; basically a what’s what of future GE tech, this reindeer-less ride boasts OLED lighting, icephobic coatings, and sodium batteries.
Aston Martin’s DBS and V12 Vantage Carbon Black are back-to-back black; each sports carbon fiber/Kevlar seats, black leather stitching, and a piano black dash. Thanks, James!
It sounds like a used car, but Ford’s 1995 GT90 is neither used or just a car: the 250+ mph concept supercar gets auctioned 1/21/10 with a 6.0L V12 and an all-carbon fiber body.
Triumph’s 2010 Thruxton Special Edition is a cafÃ©-racer style bike with a powder-coated red frame, Crystal White paint, blacked-out engine, and a top-of-the-line 865cc parallel twin.
RaceChairs’ automotive-inspired cuff links let even desk jockeys stay at the track; they include brakes, shifters, steering wheels, and speedometers with silver polished silver finishes.
Mercedes Benz’ 2010 E-Class Cabriolet focuses on all-year drivability with an acoustic soft top, turbulence reduction, and neck-level heating; it tops out with the 388 hp E 500 convertible.
Audi’s new creme-de-la-creme A8 also gets Mountain View’s best of breed: drivers will be able to navigate in 3D using Google Earth on an 8″ LCD screen thanks to a built-in UMTS modem.
Love it or hate it, but you have to give MINI props for having the cojones to show off this Beachcomber Concept; it strips out the doors and adds AWD for a decidedly non-urban vehicle.
MIT’s Copenhagen Wheel is more than just a wheel: it uses regenerative braking to turn any bike into a hybrid and connects to a smartphone to serve as a personal trainer and navigator.
Calling all evil (but eco-friendly) movie villains: Julien Anglade’s 150-meter Ikkar yacht concept is not only powered by solar sails but can transform into a larger vessel while at sea.
Kepler Motors’ Motion is a hybrid supercar with one law of motion: fast; a 3.5L V6 and electric motor each provide 550 hp and 250 hp, good for a 0-60 of 2.5s and >200 mph top speed.
We can see Steve McQueen tearing up the backroads with Moto Guzzi’s Griso 8V SE; it sports a 110 hp/85 lb-ft engine, blacked-out powertrain, stitched leather seat, and Italian colors.
The RDSport RS46 completely reworks BMW’s M3; it features an F1-style 4.6L V8 with stainless steel parts and carbon/Kevlar bumpers, plus an upgraded suspension, brakes, and rims.
Possibly the fastest production car ever built, 9ff’s GT9-R is an 1120 hp monster with a 257.2 mph top speed and a 0-300 kph of 15.8 s; the street legal car will be limited to 20 units.
Edo Competition’s Lamborghini Gallardo LP600/4 gets a new front spoiler lip and 600 hp, good for 211 mph; it also sports an adjustable suspension system and three-piece 19″ wheels.
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