Available in 144" or 201" models, the C Seed Supermarine is the world's largest outdoor TV. Not just limited to your home, you'll also be able to set it up on the deck of a superyacht or boat as part of a high-end theater system, complete with a Dolby surround audio system. The sets utilize a series of LED panels paired with a hydraulic drive system to take up just 31 inches of space below deck when not in use. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Priced at $3.8-million, the Karlmann King just might be the ultimate SUV, or at least in the looks department. It's based on the Ford F-550 chassis, powered by a 6.8-Liter V10 gasoline engine, and boasts an exterior clad in carbon fiber, with an optional bulletproof finish for the VIPs. Inside, you're greeted with a 4K entertainment system, PS4, satellite phones, a host of displays, and a private safes. Each one of these stealth fighter-inspired is made to order, so buyers will be able to customize them to their liking. 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 a futuristic underwater farm that's 8-meters below the sea.
Sleek and stylish, the Oceanco Tuhura superyacht combines traditional Polynesian-style boat design with modern technologies for a luxury vessel perfect for a super-villain. It measures 377-feet in length and comes complete with wrap around glass for transparent panoramic ocean views from the inside, while still looking like a normal boat hull look from the outside. Inside, you'll find luxurious brushed teak accents, along with gunmetal and natural bronze finishes. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Sold for a whopping $412,000 at an RM Sotheby's auction, this factory-fresh Lamborghini Diablo VT 6.0 SE in Marrone Eklipsis is just one of 42 examples that exist worldwide. It's powered by the 6.0L V12 sourced from the Diablo GT, combined with the all-wheel traction from the Diablo VT, that generates 550-horsepower at all four wheels. Inside, it features lots of brown leather, a titanium-finish shifter / instrument bezels, and a DVD navigation system. Continue reading for more pictures, another video and additional information.
Let's face it, Rolls-Royce is known for their luxurious cars, but style wise, the cars look quite bland when compared to the lower-priced offerings from Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Bentley, etc., or at least their coupes. This Rolls-Royce Coupe Concept aims to change that with a stealthy design that combines luxury, style and speed, while retaining the iconic Spirit of Ecstacy up front. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Jack Daniel's is known for their whiskey, and now this limited edition Indian Scout Bobber motorcycle. Based on the base level Scout Bobber, this model is powered by the standard 69 cubic inch V-Twin powerplant that generates 100 hp and 72 lb-ft of torque. Aesthetically, it boasts tone-on-tone matte black paint with gloss black accented valve covers, levers, fender struts, and exhaust tips. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Aston Martin's luxury division, Lagonda, hit the Geneva Motor Show in a big way. The sleek Lagonda Vision Concept is autonomous and all-electric, with the powertrain claiming a 400-mile range and capable of being fully charged in a mere 15-minutes. When in capable fully autonomous mode, the front seats rotate to face the rear occupants, while trick doors allow for 'unprecedented' ease of access, thanks to rear-hinged back doors and a roof section that flips back to allow passengers to stand up before exiting. "The batteries occupy the floor of the car. The electrification revolution means there is no longer any need for horse and carriage design," said Aston Martin chief creative officer Marek Reichman. 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 a robot solving a Rubik's Cube in a blistering 0.38-seconds.
Priced from $3.26-million USD, the Bugatti Chiron Sport is lighter than its predecessor, thanks to forged wheels, plenty of carbon fiber parts, as well as more agile, with 10% stiffer shock absorbers and modified steering. Aside from the 1,500-hp W16 engine, it also boasts a Dynamic Torque Vectoring System, an optimized rear axle differential setting, and four-port exhaust deflector. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
The Foiler Flying Yacht doesn't take to the skies, but it does sport a pair of retractable carbon fiber hydrofoils to glide above the waves, while drawing power from two 320 hp BMW diesel engines, linked to two electric generators and two electric torpedoes. It's capable of topping out at 40 knots, and has a range of 130 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 30 knots. The vessel isn't just for calm waters, as it's able to easily tackle 6-foot waves. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
The Icona Nucleus is touted as the "ultimate self-driving living room," complete with an assymetrical "mono-volume exterior" with a single door. Other exterior features include semi-transparent body panels that enable you to look out, but prevent others from looking in, along with a roof with transparent and semi-transparent glass panels. Inside, you won't find a steering wheel or dashboard for obvious reasons, while there's enough room to comfortably accommodate six people, thanks to transformable seats. Continue reading for more pictures, information, and a bonus video on autonomous vehicles.