Priced from $600,000 if ever released, the Lexus Kaze is a futuristic self-driving car that would fit right into the next Minority Report film. Featuring a wheelbase of 2,897 mm (114 in), it measures 4,566 mm (179.7 in) in length, 1,200 mm (47.2 in) in height and 2,040 mm (80.3 in) in width, all powered by an 800-horsepower hybrid drive system (V8 + electric motor). The rear-wheel drive vehicle weighs in at just 1,060 kg (2,337 lbs). Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Apple is allegedly releasing three different iPhone X-style smartphones this year, one of which is said to be an iPhone X SE, complete with a 4.7-inch screen squeezed into the current SE body. Smartphone accessory maker, Olixar, recently shared schematics from Chinese factory sources, and "it believes the new iPhone SE will resemble an iPhone X with slim bezels and a notch cutout." Continue reading for another video and more information.
Let's face it, there are many smartphones with displays claimed to be "edge-to-edge", but we have yet to see one that truly offers a bezel-less experience, that is unless...you're talking about the Google Pixel Zero. To accommodate the 100% bezel-less display, this smartphone boasts slide-up cameras both on the front and rear. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
BMW claimed victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1999 with the V12 LMR prototype, but the automaker has yet to return to the endurance racing series. However, that could change with a vehicle like the BMW "Spike" by industrial designer Pavel Tomashevskiy. Featuring a closed cabin, a short pointed front fascia, and wheel covers created to improve aerodynamics. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The Nintendo Switch has been an overwhelming success, but it's never too early to start thinking about its successor. Introducing Curved Labs' Nintendo Switch 2 concept. It offers a capacitive 7.3" touchscreen, redesigned Joy-Cons with extendable rails, a more secure fold-out kickstand, an NVIDIA Tegra X2 processor, 64GB of internal memory, and microSD expansion (up to 400GB). Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The Lamborghini Celestial might be the sleekest and most sinister-looking model yet, that's is if...the company decides to make it an actual concept car. It sports a large panoramic windshield, fighter jet-inspired aero parts, and a triple exhaust system. While no information regarding power numbers has been released, it's safe to assume that it could boast a hybrid powerplant. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Created by automotive designer Mason Watson, the Mission-X is fully electric and measures 4,415 mm (173.8 in) in length, 1,995 mm (78.5 in) in width and stands just 1,517 mm (59.7 in) tall. The exterior panels are completely removable, enabling it to better adapt itself to its surroundings as well as for repairs. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
According to Barclays analyst Blayne Curtis, Apple could stop bundling the Lightning to 3.5mm headphone adapter with the new iPhones being released this year. Ever since the iPhone 7 launch, the company has bundled the $9 accessory, but by not doing so, the company could help boost profits and shareholder returns, in addition to share buybacks. With that said, Martin Hajek shows us how two new possible models would stack up against the iPhone X. Continue reading for more pictures.
The original Mercedes-Benz W196 won the F1 world championships in 1954 and 1955, so it's only fitting that the vehicle gets a modern makeover. Called the W196R, it boasts nearly identical proportions to predecessor, but this time, with a glass cabin slotted directly in the center of the vehicle, a low-slung front end, LED headlights, and a transparent engine cover to showcase the power train. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The X E-Tense by France-based automaker DS aims to take electric hypercars to the next level, powered by a pair of electric motors in the front wheels, with each generating 540 horsepower in street mode. When at the track, they can be boosted up to 1,360 hp, while a carbon-fiber chassis ensures that it remains nimble in the twisties. This two-seater features an open cockpit design and an autonomous mode that lets the driver shift over to the passenger side. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.