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Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG Limo

When money is no object, things like the Inkas Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG Armored Limousine sound reasonable, even at $1-million. Inkas, an armored vehicle company from Canada, completely revamped the standard G63 AMG, fitting it with ultra plush chairs (heating, cooling and massaging functions included), a satellite television system, full-size fridge, and a color-changing LED system that displays "different animations ranging from business mode to various romantic themes". Under the hood, you'll find a 5.5L twin-turbocharged V8 that generates 537bhp. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Dubai Police Force

If you're ever in Dubai and see flashing lights behind you, it's best to pull over, as trying to outrun their Bugatti Veyron might not be the best idea. Other vehicles on the force include: a Nissan GT-R, Ferrari FF, Bentley Continental, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, BMW M6, Mercedes-Benz G-Class Brabus, McLaren MP4-12C and an Audi R8. We wouldn't be surprised if a LaFerrari and McLaren P1 pops up next. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures and geek life gallery. Continue reading for an incredibly high-resolution (10K) viral video of Rio de Janeiro.

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Luxury Mercedes Van

The Senzati Jet Sprinter, based on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van, is unlike any other in that can be completely customized can with desks, refrigerators, and even a private bathroom for those extra long road trips where rest stops just don't exist. Priced from £209,000, it can be configured to have the side door open backwards, giving passengers facing the rear privacy as well as adding a seven feet-long sunroof for extra light. Continue reading for more detailed pictures and information.

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Phantom Nighthawk

Rolls-Royce has just unveiled the F-117 Nighthawk-inspired Phantom Nighthawk. Limited to just 9-units in the world, this luxurious Diamond Black Metallic painted machine boasts a bright red leather interior loaded with carbon fiber accents. The instrument panels sport incandescent orange tips and carbon dials resembling those found on the real-life Nighthawk jet. Continue reading for a video and more pictures.

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Lamborghini Speedboat

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Priced at $1.3-million, this Lamborghini Aventador LP720-4 Roadster Limited Edition-inspired speedboat is 48 feet long and powered by a pair of twin-turbo Mercury Racing 1350 engines that produces a mind-boggling 2700-horsepower with a top speed of about 186mph (300km/h). It's currently being showcased at Supercar Week 2015 in Palm Beach, Florida. Unfortunately, you won't be able to buy one anytime soon, even if Facebook decided to snatch up your company for billions, because this is a one-off model created by Miami restaurant mogul Gino Gargiulo. Continue reading for a video.

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Woman Live On Cruise Ship

After Lee Wachtstetter's, 86, husband died of cancer in 1997, she decided to honor his wishes and live on the sea...permanently. She sold her 5-bedroom Fort Lauderdale home and moved to a stateroom aboard the Crystal Serenity luxury cruise ship. Watchstetter often cruised with her husband during their 50-year-marriage, and actually lived on a Holland America Line ship until it discontinued its dance host program. For the past 7-years she's been living on the 1070-passenger Crystal Serenity. Watchstetter says: "The day before my husband died of cancer in 1997, he told me, 'Don't stop cruising.' So here I am today living a stress-free, fairy-tale life. I enjoy dancing, and this was the best of the remaining ships that still use dance hosts. My husband didn't dance, just didn't like to, and encouraged me to dance with the hosts. I dance every night for a couple hours after dinner." Continue reading for a video tour of one of the staterooms aboard Crystal Serenity and more information.

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Monster 24K Headphones

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Monster 24K Headphones might look like they cost a thousand dollars, but these can be head for under $270. Featuring swiveling ear cups, ControlTalk Universal, which lets you conveniently switch between songs and incoming calls, along with a loud aggressive sound profile. The ear cups are made of plush memory foam that provide ample room inside the circumaural (around-the-ear) design for your ears to breathe. Plus, there's a detachable cable that connects to the left ear cup, and the package includes an extra wide coiled cable for DJs. Product page. Continue reading for a video review, more pictures and additional information.

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Batman Motel

If money is no object, and you're looking to go off the beaten path while traveling, these unique hotels should do the trick. Starting off, we have the Batman-themed suite at Eden Motel in Taiwan, which comes complete with movie posters, spa tub, two flat screen televisions, miniature gargoyle statues, and even a Tumbler. Interested? Well, a three-hour reservation will set you back only $50. Continue reading for more.

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Floating House Australia

Combining architectural tricks that rely on perspective, the architects at Australia's F2 Architecture firm have created a home that appears to be hovering over the sea. When viewed from any other angles, it's apparent that the home is built on a pole that lifts it 130-feet above the slope. The home is adorned with floor-to-ceiling windows throughout, modern furniture, and a wraparound balcony that offers a panoramic view of Fairhaven Beach. Continue reading for more pictures.

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Napcabs

So, your flight is delayed and all of the airport lounges are closed. Introducing Napcabs, which are basically luxurious "sleeping cabins," located right in the middle of the terminal. Think of them as tiny private rooms, complete with luggage storage, a bed and a small workspace. Simple swipe credit card on a touchscreen, book a $35 (minimum) time slot - priced between $12 - $18 per hour - and you're ready to relax. Continue reading for two videos.

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