Ringbrothers took a 1969 Dodge Charger and transformed it into the "Defector" after over 4,700-hours of work. This modified version retains the original's muscle car styling, while shortening the rear end by 2-inches and extending the wheelbase by 3-inches to open up the rear wells to showcase the custom 19-inch HRE machined wheels, and adding a lower front valence. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Hyperkin's SupaBoy S is nice, but this takes things to the next level. A gamer known as "AkiraModz" in the online modding community has created a portable Nintendo GameCube, called The Varia Cube, and it's a doozy. The case itself was handcrafted from a Nintendo GameCube ASCII keyboard and then painted in a Samus Aran Varia Suit-inspired paint scheme. Inside, you'll find an original GameCube (PAL) motherboard, a heatsink with custom fan, and a 7" LCD display. Other features include: original Nintendo controls / sticks, N64 joystick caps, a DS Lite directional pad, and a strong rumble feedback motor. The console runs Swiss software that can force any game into 480P and use a widescreen hack to force 16:9 (non-stretched) for the correct ratio. Its 6400 mAh batteries (4 x Panasonic 3400 mAh 18650) are good for 2.5-hours of continuous gameplay and 4 LEDs show just how much power is left. 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 three brand new colors that scientists have discovered.
The Nintendo Switch is a great console, but for those who prefer playing real N64 games without emulation, there's this portable N64, created by none other than Ben Heck. "To assemble the battery board, he takes a PCB and makes marks on back of it to indicate where the 3D printed fan assembly is. He uses the empty space to rebuild the power circuitry. He places four 3.7 volt cells on top of the unit. Ben goes with a 5" PlayStation 1 LCD, ironically because of his history with the Nintendo PlayStation Prototype. Sony probably liked 7.4 V because they were an early adopter of Li-Ion which scales in multiples of 3.4 V. The screen has an audio amplifier built into it," according to Element 14. 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 what's actually inside the iPhone X.
Novitec is known for their Ferrari performance as well as body kit packages, and their latest project, the GTC4 Lusso, is definitely no slouch. This four-seat GT shooting brake comes equipped with a stage 3 performance kit, which features an engine control unit, exhaust, and a tuned V12 engine that now produces 709 hp, good for a 0-60 sprint in just 3.3 seconds. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Ringbrothers co-founders Jim and Mike Ring spent the past year modifying a 1972 Javelin for this the SEMA 2017 show in Las Vegas, and it has been officially revealed, and called the Jalop Gold AMC Javelin "Defiant". It's powered by a Wegner Motorsports supercharged 6.2L Hemi Mopar Hellcat engine that generates 1,036 horsepower, mated to a Bowler automatic transmission with a QA1 carbon fiber driveshaft, custom Flowmaster headers and exhaust. You'll find a Kicker sound system inside, while a set of sleek HRE Performance Wheels wrapped in Michelin tires finish off the look. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popoular viral videos today, including one of ten Super Mario Odyssey details you might have missed.
There's nothing wrong with a pink Tesla Model S, but when you add a giant Batman logo, headlight eyelashes, and wings out back, things get a little strange. However, it all makes sense when you see the Google Chrome logo on the wheels, as this vehicle was driven by none other than Google's own Sergey Brin. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
American Racing Header's PriuSRT8 looks normal at first, or at least with the hood closed, but upon closer inspection, you'll see that it's powered by a 6.2L Hellcat V8 with a 4.5-liter Whipple supercharger and trick exhaust system, that generate a combined power output of over 1,000 hp. "There's no point going for some modified engine with the Hellcat being as good as it is. With the Whipple, it'll make over 1000hp if we want it to - which is fine by us," said Nick Filippides, founder of ARH. Continue reading for a video tour straight from SEMA 2017.
Back to the Future fans rejoice! Now you can own a VW Bus inspired by the movie's famed time traveling DeLorean DMC-12. "This is truly a one of a kind build paying homage to Marty McFly and Doc Brown featuring a working Flux Capacitor and accurate recreation of Doc's time machine from the original film! The van is beautifully restored both inside and out. Rear seat passengers enjoy a beautiful screen to view movies. Driver and passenger doors are custom built gullwing style for added flair," according to Velocity Motorcars. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.
The Ferrari 488 already packs a twin-turbocharged 3.9L V8 engine generating 661 hp and 561 lb-ft of torque, so not much is needed on the power side of things, but Creative Bespoke of Scottsdale, Arizona decided to take things to a whole new level aesthetically. Featuring Mansory's 4XX Sircasua carbon fiber package and a set of Forgiato's Tec. 24 alloys on Pirelli P Zero tires. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Hauk Designs' steam-powered Jeep Wrangler just might be the craziest custom model yet, and it's 6-wheeled to boot. It's powered by a 100ci V4 trunk-piston, poppet-valve uniflow steam engine from the 1960s that generates between 130 hp - 140 hp and 2,500 lb-ft of torque, mated to a standard 6-speed manual. In the rear, you'll find a 55-gallon water tank, large boiler, and a 16-gallon kerosene fuel cell. Suspension wise, there's standard Jeep brakes, BDS coilovers, Fox shocks up front, a modified Toyota steering box with 3.73 gears, as well as Reel driveshafts, an Auburn Gear Max Lock locker and a TeraFlex D60 axle in the back. Click here to view the first picture in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one explaining the decision that Apple made 20-years-ago that was the key to its success.