The TWA terminal at New York's JFK Airport is currently being transformed into a luxurious 5-star botique hotel. The original terminal was designed by Eero Saarine, while the interior was all custom-built by Midcentury Modern visionaries like Raymond Loewy, Warren Platner, and Charles Eames. Now, a group of developers plan on building two adjacent buildings consisting of 505 rooms for guests, eight restaurants, and a Mid-century design museum. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Italy-based FV-Frangivento's Asfane supercar measures in at 15 ft long, 6.7 ft wide and stands 3.7 ft tall, while sporting a hand-cut aluminum body as well as an all-electric drivetrain that generates 887 hp. This particular vehicle was spotted in Monaco by Autogespot user Jasper1, complete with a pair of wing mirrors on each side and a functional windscreen, unlike the earlier concept. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Sure, it's no Centenario, but the Liberty Walk Aventador SV will turn just as many heads on the street, thanks to plenty of matte carbon fiber parts, and most iconic of all, the tuner's ultra wide riveted fender flares. To finish the night warrior look off, the shop added a set of bright blue center-lock wheels. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Based one the Porsche 911 Turbo S, the 3,400-pound Anibal Icon RR is powered by a tuned twin-turbo six-cylinder engine that produces 920 hp, approximately 362 hp more than the factory spec, enabling it to go from 0-60mph in just 2.4-seconds. The Montreal-based company plans to build just 50-units worldwide, but pricing has yet to be revealed. 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 interesting U-2 spy plane crash landing sequence.
Aston Martin has teamed up with Triton Submarines LLC to build "Project Neptune," the company's first personal submarine. Based on Triton's Low Profile (LP) three-person platform, the submersible will feature the carmaker's design language, materials, and craftsmanship, while aiming to "enhance the superyacht ownership experience" by introducing "the new generation of yacht owners to the deep ocean". Continue reading for another picture and more information.
Unlike the works of M.C. Escher, the Escher Tiny house is a luxurious living space that can be easily transported. Priced from $139K, the exterior sidings are clad in Shou Sugi Ban, cedar lap, and metal, along with a pair of large, floor to ceiling glass doors to bath the interior with natural light. Inside, you'll find a large open layout, as well as a full-kitchen, complete with a gas range, sink, copper backsplash, and a dishwasher. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Forget super yachts, the $2.35-million U-Boat Worx Super Yacht Sub 3 can carry three people to a maximum depth of 984 feet. The 10-foot x 8-foot craft weighs under 8,300-pounds and can easily fit into a standard shipping container. Its hull - made from acrylic and steel - maintains the same atmospheric pressure as when at the surface and provides a hyper-hemispheric field of view as passengers lounge in leather seats and air-conditioned comfort while listening to a Bose Bluetooth sound system. 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 Mortal Kombat scenes you probably haven't seen before.
At first glance, this may look like the master bedroom of a multi-million dollar mansion, but it's actually just one of the rooms in the 120-meter long "Nature" yacht. Built by Sinot, this yacht offers a stunning inner garden, complete with climate control technology, an upper deck observatory for viewing the open waters, a VIP room, spa deck, gym and swimming pool. The watercraft has a crew capacity of 50 people and a guest capacity of 18 people. Continue reading for more pictures.
Ken Okuyama, former head of design at Ferrari, took a Ferrari 599 and transformed it into "Kode57," a 702-horsepower supercar powered by a 6.0L V12 engine. Its open-cockpit design is reminiscent of classic cars from the 1950s, and the vehicle is limited to just 5 examples worldwide. Unlike the original car, this now boasts an aluminum space-frame, carbon-fiber bodywork, and a classic long-nose front. Click here to view the first image in this week's things that look like other things gallery. Continue reading for a viral drone flight video of the year.
Take a Mercedes Unimog truck, turn it into an off-road home that can go anywhere, and you get the Bimobil EX 435. Priced from $300K, this 231 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque all-wheel-drive machine features a comfortable living space with water-resistant plywood, a full kitchen, bathroom, dinette, and plenty of storage. A mattress lowers from the ceiling, while there's a host of outlets to charge all of your gadgets and a 300 L freshwater tank to stay hydrated. 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 showing a hidden NES golf game on the Nintendo Switch.