Here's a first look at what could be the BMW M9 if the Bavarian automaker decides to go this route. The two-seater boasts a reduced the nose, with headlights positioned in a slender slit which extends the whole width of the entrance and masking the radiator grille. Its roof0line descends a slight slope to the rear edge of the body wherever there is a compact spoiler, complemented with ultra thin LED taillights, which even more emphasize the width of the car. Continue reading for more pictures.
Trailers are nothing new, but the Sealander is unlike any other in that it can be hitched on the back of a car and driven into a scenic lake in the mountains. Just unhitch the caravan, attach a motor, and ease it into the water. It has a customizable interior that can be fitted with a chemical toilet, sound system, compressor, and even an entire mini kitchen can be added to the existing space. There's also an operable sun roof that can be adjusted depending on the weather. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and additional information.
Created by designer Slavche Tanevsky, the Lamborghini Ankonian takes its name from an Italian fighting bull known for its black hair and draws inspiration from the F-117A Nighthawk as well as the classic Batmobile. Tanevsky designed this concept for a project at Munich University of Applied Sciences. It's mid-engine and hides its headlights and tail lights behind some sleek creases finished off in matte black. Not just another concept, Tanevsky says he had input from Lamborghini and Audi throughout the design process. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading to watch the five most popular videos of today.
The Dominator Track System comes in two different sizes: standard Dominator with 121" long tracks and 720 square inches of contact area, and the XL Dominator, with 136" long tracks offering a contact surface of 855 square inches per track unit. They can be installed on most vehicles in under an hour without any modifications required to the car. Best of all, smaller vehicles - like the Subaru WRX - are able to use it, as the design of the system is built in such way that most of the power is transferred directly to the ground. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and additional information.
First unveiled several years ago, the futuristic Volkswagen Hover car is now trending again online. The Hover Car is basically a two-seater zero emissions vehicle that hovers above ground and travels along electromagnetic road networks in China. It can automatically detect other vehicles on the road while navigating China's congested traffic centers, and its small footprint makes it easy to park. Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a snowmobile expert navigating through an avalanche.
Kawasaki's J looks like something direct from the TRON universe, but it's a real motorcycle. Though not much is known about its all-electric drivetrain are scant, but Kawasaki says the J concept makes use of its proprietary battery management technology and GIGACELL high-capacity nickel-metal hydride battery. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.
Unofficially called "Rambo Lambo," the LM002 (Lamborghini Military) was Lamborghini's first foray into the world of military vehicles, and also the company's first four-wheel-drive model. After much testing and altering of the prototype, it was finally unveiled at the Brussels Auto Show in 1986. Civilian models were outfitted with a full luxury package, including full leather trim, tinted power windows, air conditioning, and a premium stereo mounted in a roof console. In order to meet the vehicle's tire needs, Lamborghini commissioned Pirelli to create the Pirelli Scorpion tires with custom, run-flat tread designs. Continue reading for a video review and more information.
When money is no object, things like the Inkas Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG Armored Limousine sound reasonable, even at $1-million. Inkas, an armored vehicle company from Canada, completely revamped the standard G63 AMG, fitting it with ultra plush chairs (heating, cooling and massaging functions included), a satellite television system, full-size fridge, and a color-changing LED system that displays "different animations ranging from business mode to various romantic themes". Under the hood, you'll find a 5.5L twin-turbocharged V8 that generates 537bhp. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
In 2014, NanoFlowCell unveiled Quant-E, the world's first saltwater-powered electric car, and this year, the company has unveiled the all-new Quant-F, which is a 'completely re-engineered and re-designed' version of its predecessor. The most notable feature is its electric drive system, consisting of a two-speed automatic transmission, a fuel-cell system and four electric motors that get their energy from the electrochemical reaction created by combining two liquids with metallic salts that act as an electrolyte. This updated drive system now generates a total 1075 horsepower, 163 more horsepower than the Quant-E. Continue reading for a video of the Quant-E.
If you're ever in Dubai and see flashing lights behind you, it's best to pull over, as trying to outrun their Bugatti Veyron might not be the best idea. Other vehicles on the force include: a Nissan GT-R, Ferrari FF, Bentley Continental, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, BMW M6, Mercedes-Benz G-Class Brabus, McLaren MP4-12C and an Audi R8. We wouldn't be surprised if a LaFerrari and McLaren P1 pops up next. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures and geek life gallery. Continue reading for an incredibly high-resolution (10K) viral video of Rio de Janeiro.