The Tesla Roadster launch may still be a long ways off, but the company recently announced a SpaceX performance option for the vehicle. What makes it special? It will come equipped with 10 mini-rocket thrusters installed across the exterior to improve performance. Continue reading for a video explaining the package and more information.
Think of AM General's all-new NXT 360 as a tactical Humvee, but designed for the military. Featuring undercarriage blast protection, higher ground clearance, stocky tires, a tuned suspension, and an increased 15,500-pound payload capacity. It's powered by a turbocharged 6.5L V8 engine generating 250 horsepower and 450 foot-pounds of torque. To top things off, there's also a 360-degree Howitzer cannon. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one testing five "As Seen On TV" gadgets.
Like other automakers, Porsche will soon have its very own all-electric lineup, starting with the Mission E, and possibly a 911 variant, like this one created by industrial designer Dejan Hristov. Featuring a unique ring headlight design with an opaque center and rear hologram taillights that actually project various signals, such as roadwork, turn, etc. Continue reading for more pictures.
No, this isn't yet another Liberty Walk creation, but rather one from wheelmaker Z-Performance. This sleek BMW M2 has been fitted with a widebody kit, a retro exterior color, and plenty of decals to showcase the new equipment. To top things off, it boasts 20" ZP.Forged 6 Super Deep Concave rims finished in gloss black with a polished lip. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
For hypercar owners that actually drive their vehicle on a regular basis, modifications become the norm, and this LaFerrari by MM Luxury Custom was designed to stand out instead of blend in. Registered in Switzerland, it boasts a camouflage wrap that combines white, black and grey geometric shapes, while the headlights feature a yellow tint. Continue reading for a video of it in-action and more information.
RemetzCar has created the world's first Tesla Model S Shooting Brake, and it might also be the only all-electric station wagon yet. They started with a Model S and then revamped its contours over the Tesla chassis, complete with a new roof and tailgate that blends the classic shape of a station wagon with that of Tesla's sleek vehicle. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Tesla Motors annual shareholder meeting commenced earlier this week, and it wasn't just about financials, as there was a 2020 Tesla Roadster prototype at the event too. It joins the red as well as midnight silver colors, and confirms that these three will be available at launch. Unfortunately, the interior is not yet complete, so blacked out privacy windows were installed. Continue reading for another short video and more information.
Patriot Campers Megatourer 6x6 is based on the Toyota Land Cruiser 70-series chassis, and packs a 354-horsepower 4.5-liter V8 turbo diesel engine that works with portal axles, and a tuned suspension, to go anywhere. You also get a 10-foot truck bed, extended cap, rear-mounted storage box, 70-gallon water tank, and plenty more to keep you going. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of Jurassic World meeting parkour in real-life.
With Tom Cruise currently shooting "Top Gun 2," it won't be a surprise to hear that they're planning a Minority Report sequel. If that were to be true, the Volkswagen ID-Tech Concept would fit right into that world. "A shooting brake able to excite. Both day and night. Sparkling proportions in a 2 volumes with a large internal space. Linear intersections between the body and the transparent part mark the side. Concepts already taken up by the VW Futura concept to which I was inspired by the ID-Tech concept which provides an electric motor for each wheel integrated into the body," said its designer, Antonio Paglia. Continue reading for more pictures. Click here for a few bonus images.
Beartooth Vanworks specializes in making custom sprinter vans that look normal on the outside, but are actually tiny homes on wheels.
With a focus on rugged minimalism, Beartooth outfits sprinter vans with all the necessities for intrepid motorists. Available in five different models, each one comes equipped with sound / heat insulation, fabric panels, water-resistant marine ply flooring, a CRL Opening front driver-side window, blackout curtains, a roof fan, plenty of wood accents, and a host of storage space. Continue reading for more pictures and information.