Priced at $1.95-million and built by the Automobili Speciali division of Italdesign, the Zerouno is powered by a 5.2-liter V10 rated at 610 horsepower, and unfortunately (or fortunately), all five units produced have already been sold. "The Ultra-Limited Series Production is an important service we integrated in our service portfolio. Its composed by a fully integrated approach from Design, Engineering and Production for small volume series vehicles, in a turnkey competence. We wanted to demonstrate with the Zerouno project that we are listening to our customers and what Italdesign is capable to do," said Italdesign CEO Jorg Astalosch. Continue reading for an in-depth video tour, more pictures and information.
Unlike other yachts, the Wider 130 features a diesel-electric propulsion system that can run on batteries alone. Other luxurious amenities include: floor-to-ceiling windows in the main room, a sky lounge, beach club in the stern, and large master bedroom with a walk-out terrace. Continue reading for more pictures, information and a bonus video.
Only six units exist worldwide, and this Ferrari Sergio will set you back a cool $5-million. It's powered by a naturally aspirated V8 sourced from the Ferrari 458 Speciale, and the first production Ferrari Sergio was delivered to the SBH Royal Auto Gallery in the United Arab Emirates. The one you see above was built to European specifications in yellow and black, complete with just 73 miles on the odometer. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Supreme is best known for their limited edition clothing pieces, but last year, the company released a brick embossed with its logo, and it sold out very quickly to say the least. Now one fan, Doug Schwartz, has taken this piece and encased it in a Louis Vuitton monogrammed cube to confront "our collective hypnosis and seduction with material objects in relationship to how fashion continually reinvents itself at an exponential pace." Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Always wanted a vehicle used in a James Bond movie? If so, then now is your chance. RM Sotheby's is set to auction off a film-used Land Rover "Spectre Defender", and it's completely street-legal to boot. It's one of just 10 built for the movie, and it features 37-inch tires, rose joints, Bilstein rally dampers, a hybrid internal-external roll cage, as well as a tuned engine. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
The new Rolls-Royce Phantom VIII has just been revealed, and it can be optioned to cost $1-million or more. All models come outfitted with laserlight headlights, which boast an "expressive ring of daytime driving lights," and can cast light over 600 meters (1,968 feet) down the road. Other features include: two 12.3-inch TFT displays, handcrafted wood trim, starlight headliner and a rear drinking package, complete with whisky glasses and a decanter. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
"The Krane" appears to be a normal crane at first, but it's actually a modern home that you can actually rent out. Located in the waterfront city of Nordhavn in Copenhagen, Denmark, this sleek living space by Arcgency features a reception area, meeting room with floor to ceiling windows, spa, and terrace on the ground floor, while the top floor boasts a lounge as well as a terrace. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
No, this isn't a scene from Game of Thrones, but rather a real floating hotel. Called the "Arctic Bath Floating Hotel," it's located in the middle of a Swedish river, and will be open year-round. Featuring unparalleled views of the northern lights, cold baths, saunas, spa treatments, a shopping center, community lounge, and a stunning restaurant. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Mercedes-Benz engineer Jurgen Eberle started the Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain 4×4² as a side project, but now it's become a reality. Based on the standard All-Terrain, it also swaps in parts from other models, including the portal axles of the G500 4×4² as well as a 3.5L turbocharged V6 engine producing 328 hp from the E400 wagon. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
The Mazu ThirtyEight Yacht is not quite a superyacht, but at 38 feet long, with a 12-foot beam, it's perfect for a supervillain. Once you climb below the deck, you'll find two galleys, Gaggenau appliances, an en suite bedroom with full shower, and a crew cabin. Up top, there's a dining area, a bimini, deck shower, and a retractable swim platform. It's powered by Volvo Penta diesel engines capable of acruising speed of 30 knots and a 45 knot top speed. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video about the shape of space.