The Bugatti Chiron will most likely be unveiled at the LA Auto Show next month, but "jmvdesign" gives us a glimpse at what the company's next hypercar could look like. From what we know, it will boast a quad-turbocharged (electronically driven for minimal turbo lag) W-16 engine that's expected to generate 1,500-horsepower and 1,100 lb-feet of torque, enabling it to go from 0-to-62-mph in under 2.5-seconds, with a top speed of 286mph. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny internet trolls gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing an insane traffic jam near Beijing, China.
The iPhone 6S was just released, but Apple fanatics are already hard at work coming up with designs for the iPhone 7, slated to be announced in 2016. This one, by Dusan Djokic, features a OnePlus One-inspired design, and a bizarre dual camera setup on the back, with one located near the charging port. Instead of the usual single color metal design on the sides and back, it boasts a shiny silver bezel. Continue reading for more pictures.
Nissan Design Europe has just unveiled the 2020 Vision Gran Turismo in fire red, and it's powered by two electric motors, paired with a twin-turbo V6 for a combined output in excess of 800-horsepower. On the outside, you'll find a carbon fiber rear spoiler, chromed grille / emblem, forged matte black wheels and orange brake calipers. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The Kawasaki J is what happens when a TRON Light Cycle is combined with an electric three-wheeler. In Sport Mode, the two front wheels are pushed together, and the entire vehicle changes position to lower the center of gravity. When set to Comfort Mode, everything is raised up, and the front wheels separate, giving the ride a more upright position. Rather than handlebars, riders steer using two levers - one attached to each of the front wheels. It's powered by an electric motor connected to a nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) battery pack. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of the world's first glowing sea turtle.
Created by Italian designer Alan Guerzoni, the stunning 12.4 Atlantique Grand Sport draws inspiration from the 1935 Bugatti Type 57 Grand Raid Roadster and open-top Type 57T Tourer. Featuring an electric-powered, fold-away carbon fiber roof, forged lightweight wheels, and a twin turbocharged 650-horsepower V12 engine, paired with a 200-horsepower electric motor. Continue reading for more pictures.
You've seen the concept images, now check out Honda's Project 2&4 in the wild. It's essentially an 893-pound, four-wheeled vehicle with a steering wheel and racing seat. Now why is it a motorcycle hybrid? This vehicle is powered by a Honda superbike 1L V4 four-stroke superbike engine that produces 212-horsepower @ 13,000RPM and 87 lb-ft of torque @ 10,500RPM, mated to a 6-speed dual-clutch transmission. "Honda says the Project 2&4 concept's body design and engine position are inspired by the Honda RA272 Formula 1 car from 1965. Despite the mid-mounted engine, the single occupant Project 2&4 features an offset 'floating driver's seat,' which combined with the open-cockpit design 'evokes the freedom of a bike' while 'placing the driver as close to the action as possible," according to Motor Trend. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a crazy cyborg drummer.
The team at Magazin ProDriver CZ managed to capture the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo during the arduous transportation process from the backstage area a Volkswagen Night to the Frankfurt Motor Show. The coolest part is that you're able to hear the monstrous force-fed W16 motor rumble away. In comparison to the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, the Vision GT's W16 quad-turbo motor sounds richer, almost as if it is announcing that the best is yet to come. Continue reading for two more videos and additional information.
Mercedes-Benz unveiled the IAA (Intelligent Aerodynamic Automobile) at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show this week, and some are calling it a real-life Transformers vehicle. On the outside, it looks like a typical CLS four-door coupe, but once you reach speeds in excess of 50mph, it transforms into an aerodynamic machine with an extremely low 0.19 coefficient of drag, at the push of a button. That's right, the vehicle's eight segments deploy extending its length up to 390mm. Up front, flaps located in the bumper deploy outwards by 25mm and rearwards by 200mm, improving airflow, while the active wheel rims become flat. The fin in the front bumper retracts by 60mm to improve flow along the underbody. Continue reading for a live video and more pictures.
Sleek and futuristic, Hyundai's N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo is powered by a 670hp hydrogen fuel cell system, combined with 201hp supercapacitor, for a total output rated at 871hp. That's right, there are four independent motors mounted on each wheel, making it all-wheel drive for maximum traction. "Design, quality and product value have become established as key pillars of our brand, now and we are adding the emotional characteristics of performance and driving pleasure with Hyundai N", said Jochen Sengpiehl, VP of Marketing at Hyundai Europe. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Game of Thrones' The Mountain taking on Devon Larratt in arm wrestling matches.
Unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo has a design inspired by the marquee's victorious Le Mans racers of the 1930s, namely the Bugatti Type 57 Tank, and is powered by a quad-turbocharged 8.0L W-16 engine, capable of hitting 250 mph at no less than four sections of the famous Le Mans track. On the inside, there are two displays for the driver - one on the steering wheel showing vital vehicle information, and the second, located on the steering column, that combines the images from three cameras mounted on the exterior of the vehicle to provide the driver with a better view of the outside world. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of street magician David Blaine performing crazy tricks for Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul.