Released in 2016 by Aston Martin, the Lagonda Taraf is the most expensive luxury sedan on the planet, with a sticker price starting at $1 million. So what exactly do those seven figures buy you? Automotive journalist Doug Demuro got up close and personal with the extremely rare ride for a look inside and a test drive.
Olight’s ridiculously over-the-top flashlight cranks out a blinding 25,000 lumens of brightness. It packs in six Cree XHP70.2 LEDs, and runs on a whopping eight 18650 rechargeable batteries. It’ll only run for 3 minutes at its top brightness, but 100 minutes at 6400 lumens, which is more than enough for anything we can think of.
This pricey robot toy uses 22 programmable servo motors and joints to change from a mech into a vehicle, just like a Transformer. It can dance, pose, speak, walk, and drive like a car too. It’s fully-programmable via an app, and also supports voice commands.
Hollywood Collectibles Group (HCG) presents an awe-inspiring, life-size replica of the Queen xenomorph from Aliens, as she bursts forth from Level 5 of the starship Sulaco ready to take on Ripley in one final epic battle. The handmade fiberglass sculpture measures 37″h x 32″w x 20″d, and is sure to terrify all who face it.
Even if you get a personalized license plate from the government, it’s unlikely to cost more than $100. But as Half as Interesting explains, low plate numbers and hard to find words can sell for ridiculous amounts of money on the private market to insanely wealthy people with money to burn.
LiteZilla makes larger than life interpretations of the classic Lite Brite blown up big enough to cover a wall. The LiteZilla can be had in sizes up to 8′ wide, and comes with hundreds of colorful 1″ diameter pegs to create illuminated artworks. Custom sizes available direct here.