Watch an artist make this incredibly precise model of a Suzuki GSX 1300R Hayabusa motorcycle entirely out of paper and glue. Every tiny detail is there, from the engine to the dashboard gauges to the drive chain. It’s just one of several intricate papercraft models you can find on the Paper Modelling YouTube channel.
BMW turned up at CES 2022 with a uniquely eyecatching version of its all-electric iX crossover wrapped in E Ink panels, the same display material used in e-readers. The technology allows the vehicle to change from black to white and shades of grey as it transitions. The video explains how they created it.
Mercedes-Benz’s EQXX concept electric sedan aims to do away with range anxiety. The sleek and luxurious car has a target driving range of 620 mi or 1000 km thanks to reduced battery weight and aerodynamic efficiency. Other highlights include a solar roof for accessory charging and an ultra-wide digital dashboard.
Enes Yilmazer is known for touring some of the world’s most exclusive homes, yachts, and destinations. In fact, the $1.25 million Dembell motorhome is the least expensive item we can find on his channel. The Mercedes-based luxury RV is packed with technology and comfort, and even has a garage in back that can hold a Smart car.
This unique system parks cars in an underground garage while taking up minimal space. TreviPark’s silo-shaped parking lot has spaces set up in a circular arrangement around a central elevator which can rotate to access a specific car, then lift it to the surface. Here’s an interior view from another car’s perspective.
Builder Handy Geng was worried about leaving his uncle alone to watch his workshop, so he did what any mad inventor would and built a mech to help guard the premises. It has caterpillar tracks like a tank, punching metal fists, and water guns which really should have been flamethrowers. English subtitles available.
Usually, you have to stand in line at an amusement park if you want to go on a thrill ride. But with this rolling car you can spin yourself silly in the comfort of your own driveway. You can buy one for yourself on Alibaba if you dare. And there’s no way this thing is street-legal, so don’t even try.
This Japanese kei car has supercar looks, but the Autozam AZ-1 wasn’t exactly a powerhouse. Donut Media takes some time up close and personal with this awesome little lightweight that Mazda made from 1992-1995. Like a real exotic, it’s got a mid-rear-mounted, turbocharged engine, gullwing doors, and zero cargo space.
SEGA teamed up with Intel and ASRock to build an impressively quick gaming PC. But it’s not just the Core i9-12900K CPU and Radeon RX 6900 XT OC 16GB GPU that make it fast. The whole thing is built into a remote-controlled car that can hit speeds up to 100 km/h, or about 62 mph. SEGA is giving it away to one lucky winner.
After learning that replacing the dead battery in his 2013 Tesla Model S would cost more than $20,000, its owner decided that it would be more fun to blow up the car than to repair it. So he donated his ride to the Beyond the Press and a team of explosive experts who loaded it up with dynamite and blew it to smithereens.
This 1969 Corvette has its original big-block V8 and 4-speed manual gearbox and looks as good as the day it drove off the lot. One entrant will win this orange beauty while supporting PAL’s Heroes, which supports St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital’s efforts to cure childhood cancer. Awesomer readers earn 35% bonus entries.
Ryan Butler of Spyker Workshop built this powerful electric vehicle with a design clearly inspired by Tesla’s Cybertruck. The 29″ long remote-controlled snowcat is remarkably quick, zooming across rugged and snowy terrain with ease. The kit is available for pre-order for $1299 to $1499, with the first orders shipping in Q1 2022.
MegaRexx specializes in upgrading for Ford Super Duty trucks. The custom-built MegaBronc started as a 2021 F-250, but now seats seven, and has a removable hardtop. Powered by a 6.7L V8 turbodiesel engine, it rides on enormous 40″ mud-terrain tires, and has a custom grille inspired by its namesake Ford Bronco.
You might think that a flood-damaged car would be bound for the scrapyard, but the guys from WD Detailing did an amazing job removing layers of caked-on mud and grime from this Pontiac Firebird WS6. It was originally going to be sold for parts, but it’s actually running again after the cleanup. Original video here.
Over the years Red Bull has sponsored some great soapbox races, each featuring a number of wild and wacky homebrew vehicles. This video looks back at six of the all-time great race performances, from an Easter Island statue on wheels to a couple of eggs in a frying pan. The backwards camper is our favorite.
Backing into traffic from a driveway or parking pad can be challenging and downright dangerous with fast-moving vehicles. Irish company Driveway Turntables solves this problem with their in-ground turntable system, which can automatically turn a car around, so it’s facing forward on your way out.
Artist Micah Sweezie of Ceramic Noodles shows off a full-size car tire they made from clay. It took them weeks to create the 13-part mold from the original tire, and three days to cast the porcelain version. The finished piece is a statement on the dark history of French rubber plantations in Vietnam.
Are you sick and tired of people driving too slow in the passing lane? Perhaps this will convince them to move over. This Russian mechanic modded a Lada, replacing its headlights with a pair of road-clearing flamethrowers. We can only hope that it’s operated by honking the horn.
Rally driver Ken Block teamed up with Audi to create a special all-electric drift car for use in an upcoming Electrikhana video. The S1 e-tron quattro Hoonitron has looks inspired by classic Audi S1 rally cars with a dual-motor all-wheel drivetrain. We don’t have specs yet, but it’s supposed to pull a 90 mph doughnut from a standstill.
US Route 129 aka “Tail of the Dragon” is one of America’s greatest and most daunting roads. With 318 curves over its 11 miles, it’s claimed more than a few vehicles and lives. CGP Grey took his dad’s Tesla there to see how the car’s “self-driving” beta handled the twisty and turny road. Uncut drive footage here.
This loaded Shelby Mustang GT500 rocks a 760 hp supercharged V8, a dual-clutch transmission, MagneRide suspension, 20″ carbon fiber wheels, the carbon fiber track pack, GT4 track wing, and more. One lucky entrant will drive this bad boy home while supporting the Shelby American Collection. Awesomer readers get 20% bonus entries.
The fat-cat sedan at the top of the Genesis line has reached its ultimate form. Its elegant design is highlighted by a sleek new grille, double-bar LED headlamps, and smooth lines across its exterior. Inside, you’ll find premium leather, wood, and metal, a high-tech cockpit, ambient lighting, and dual panoramic sunroofs.
One of the main reasons people buy a Tesla is that it runs on electric power. So the idea of outfitting a Model S with jet engines seems pretty counterintuitive. Warped Perception not only equipped his car with a trio of jet engines, he went the extra mile by adding a console with aircraft throttle controls inside the cabin.
One lucky sweepstakes winner will drive home in this Riverside Red drop-top beauty – a matching-numbers C2 Sting Ray with a fuel-injected 327 ci V8, pop-up headlights, and four-wheel independent suspension. Proceeds go to support The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum. Awesomer readers get 25% bonus entries.