This one-of-a-kind Nissan Juke NISMO RS was spotted in Lapland, Sweden sporting tank treads, perfect for the snowy winter landscape there. The company says that it's capable of hitting 100 km/h (62 mph), and thanks to its variable transmission, standard gearing shouldn't be an issue since having such a transmission makes it more similar to standard cars rather than snowmobiles. Continue reading for a longer video, more pictures and additional information.
We understand why stock traders and some gamers may need two, or even three, displays, but when you're sporting a computer setup with more than 5, it may be time to kick things down a notch. However, if your home is solar-powered and you're actually selling electricity back to the power company, then we suppose it's not all a waste. For those still interested, this gadget might help you out. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading to watch the top five viral videos for today.
Auto enthusiast Nick Truman has always wanted a Pagani Zonda, but couldn't quite afford the real thing, so he decided to settle for the next best thing: a custom-built replica. No kits were used during the build process, just a Ford Granada chassis he purchased for £100, twin-turbocharged Audi V8 engine, and then eBay-sourced wheels, tires, gearboxes, windscreens, and other miscellaneous parts. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and additional information.
As one of the forerunners of the modern cargo and passenger vans, the VW microbus gave rise to forward control competitors in the United States in the 1960s, including the Ford Econoline, the Dodge A100, and the Chevrolet Corvair 95 Corvan, the latter adopting the Type 2's rear-engine configuration. This custom-built stretch version by Aspen247 is currently on sale for $220,000. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
We've featured Eddie Zarick's work before, but now he's outdone himself with the Playbox, the world's first PlayStation 4 and Xbox One hybrid laptop. Best of all, it includes a large 22-inch display so even multiplayer games should be enjoyable. Zarick only encountered one issue, detailed here: "The only issue I had with this unit was the PS4 capacitive Power button will not work consistently. I have determined it has something to do with interference with the XBOX ONE being so close. Luckily it turns on perfectly fine using the PS4 controller, and still will turn on with the button if you have patience." Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The Lamborghini Diablo was a high-performance mid-engined sports car manufactured between 1990 and 2001. It was the first Lamborghini capable of topping 200 miles per hour (320 km/h), but this orange replica won't come anywhere near that number, performance wise. This replica can be snatched up for just $48,900 USD (€40,575). It's based on the Pontiac Fiero platform, and is powered by a Camaro-sourced LS1 V8 engine, mated to a Porsche 911 transmission. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Inspire to Make's Igor used actual bullets to create the earphones you see above, and was kind enough to put together a step-by-step video showing how to make your own. Here's what you need: 2 bullet shells S&W .40 Cal, a pair of old headphones, a 10mm wooden dowel, 400 Grit / 800 Grit sandpaper, a finishing sponge, hacksaw, battery-powered drill, drill bit (diameter of the drill bit should match the diameter of the wire), soldering iron, and a vice or a clamp to fix the bullet casing for drilling. Continue reading to watch.
Ivan Owen is fully prepared for a zombie apocalypse, and this fully-functional DIY flamethrower will just be one of the many weapons in his arsenal. Made from a battery-powered leaf blower, a blowtorch and a flour sifter, this homemade contraption runs on dry ingredients that can be picked up at any store. You can put things like cornstarch, non-dairy powdered creamer, flour and several other dried goods, in the attached flour sifter, and as they're being sifted into the tube, the leaf blower shoots them through to the torch, setting them ablaze right in front of you. Continue reading to see it in-action.
Believe it or not, extreme fires, call for extreme measures, and in this case, it meant that Hungarian engineers needed to use a decommissioned Russian tank combined with the jets from a MiG-21 fighter jet. It's officially called the Big Wind, and can blow powerful shots of water to stop oil fires in an instant. Continue reading for a video and more information.
The original McLaren F1 is a sports conceived by Gordon Murray who convinced Ron Dennis to back the project and engaged Peter Stevens to design the exterior and interior of the car. On March 31, 1998, it set the record for the world's fastest production car, reaching 231 mph (372 km/h) with the rev limiter enabled, and 243 mph (391 km/h) with the rev limiter removed. Auto enthusiast Jacek Mazur from Poland was not able to purchase one of the few real models left, so he decided to build his own...from scratch. Continue reading for more images and information.