The $1.5-million Deepflight Dragon could be the ultimate gadget for thrill seekers. Powered by an underwater lithium battery pack good for 6-hours of cruising, the two-person submersible measures 16.4 feet long, 6.2 feet wide, and has been designed for easy piloting. Special Dive Manager software monitors all of the sub's critical functions, and sets the depth limit for the dive, letting you enjoy the scenery, while an automatic stabilization system keeps it level during pitch and roll. That's not all, it can hover in the water, in addition to diving down up to 400-feet. Continue reading for a full video review, more pictures and additional information.
Why bother with a giant motor home, when you could just get a Winnebago Travato 59G? Based on the Dodge Ram ProMaster chassis, this "Adventure Mobile" measures 20ft. long and 9ft. tall, and is powered by a 3.6L V6 engine that generates 280-horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. Not just for comfortable living, it's capable of towing up to 3,500-pounds, which means you can bring several off-road toys along. Inside, there are Bluetooth / USB ports, swivel cab seats, LED ceiling lights, a split dinette area, 22" HDTV, MCD blackout roller shades, outdoor speakers, retractable awning, the company's Flex Bed System, 2,800 Watt power generator, 16,000 BTU furnace, microwave, refrigerator and freezer. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.
There are luxury yachts, cruise ships, and then the U-Boat Worx C-Explorer 3 personal submarine. In addition to having a 300-meter depth rating, it features luxury leather seating, a large entrance hatch, climate control, a MANTA control system that allows passengers to operate the submersible from their own seat, auto-pilot sonar and an optional underwater navigation system. Continue reading for a dive video and more information.
On the outside, Tansu's Alyssa Superyacht looks like a normal ship, but step inside? You'll probably want to spend a month cruising the Mediterranean Sea. Inspired by beach houses, it features white walls, oak flooring, two identical twin rooms and a VIP suite - there is additional space for the crew. It zips through the water at a maximum speed of 21 knots and a cruising speed of 18 knots, powered by twin Caterpillar C32 1,900-hp engines. It uses electric stabilizers instead of hydraulic systems to keep things whisper quiet. Continue reading for more pictures.
The Conquest Evade is what happens when luxury SUV meets tank, or at least from the outside. Inside, the 2+2 limousine style seating provides passengers with an ample amount of room, while the high-grade leather and Alcantara help create a luxurious setting. Other features include: laptop trays, three sunroofs, a commercial-grade air ride suspension and 360° roof-mounted, joystick-controlled search lights. It'll set you back $580,000 for the base model. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including what happens when a red hot nickel ball meets an old school Nokia 3310 handset.
When going off-road, you could either ride on an ATV, motorbike, in a truck, or the high-speed EV2 luxury tank, which was originally designed for the military, but now available to consumers. Powered by a 600-horsepower diesel engine, it can tackle any terrain or obstacle in luxury, or at least for tank standards. This matte-black vehicle is based on the Ripsaw MS1, the fastest dual-tracked vehicle ever deployed. Inside, you'll find leather seating and a touchscreen entertainment system. Since each one is built-to-order (6-months minimum build time), pricing is unavailable. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including
You may have seen similar campers, or even a previous version of this model, but the latest Sealander may be the best one yet. It basically combines a boat with the road-worthiness of a camping trailer all into one package. Feel the need to escape to the campsite for the weekend? Simply tow the trailer along behind your car and set it up once you arrive. Thinking of hitting the waves? That's where things take a different turn. This trailer can move at speeds of 5.5 mph with enough battery power to last for a weekend on the move, weather permitting. Simply pop the camper's top off, raise the railing into position, bolt on the engine, and you're ready to relax. Weighing 1,069-pounds unladen, the flat-bottomed vehicle is light enough to ease off into the water from shore or by using a boat launch. Expect to shell out $17,100 for the base model, but the price starts rising if you want lighting / electrical outlets, sleeping quarters, seating areas, an audio system, cooking station, toilet and even a shower. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today including the world's bounciest ball.
Expedition vehicles aren't synonymous with luxury, but the Zetros is definitely an exception. Powered by a 7.2L in-line 6-cylinder engine that generates 326-horsepower, it features a marble floor bathroom with underfloor heating, sleeping quarters, 40-inch / 46-inch displays, satellite internet, a Bose audio system, a safe for your valuables, an on-board drinking water system and even a rear vehicle bay for an ATV. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including one showing what a Star Wars game would be like with the Oculus virtual reality headset.
At first glance, this looks like any other surfboard, but Roy Stuart's Rampant is entirely handmade, complete with a 3D-printed warp drive fin. Unfortunately, this one-of-a-kind piece will set you back a cool $1.3-million. Before you ask, yes, it has already been sold. The board is shaped from paulownia wood with a 3D-printed polycarbonate fin and a kahikatea tunnel for extra lift, and to top things off, it's detailed with a lion in 23-carat gold leaf. Continue reading for two videos and more information.
Shelby officially unveiled the 50th Anniversary Cobra Daytona Coupe. Available in aluminum ($349,995) or fiberglass ($179.995) models and limited to just 50-units, the vehicles will still require you purchase an engine separately, with both built to the same specs and measurements as the original 1960s era cars. Continue reading for a video of the original and more information.