Photo credit: Joaquin Obligado
The Ferrari Purosangue is currently under development, and it’s no surprise that the luxury sports car manufacturer has a hyper SUV in the works to take on the Lamborghini Urus. Some are speculating that it could be all-electric, and designer Joaquin Obligado agrees. So, he came up with this futuristic concept, which not only has an aerodynamic roofline, but thin LED taillights and a third brake light as well. Read more for additional pictures.
When 1967 Ford Mustang meets Tesla Model S, you get the Aviar R67. This Tesla Model S-based has a carbon fiber body modeled after the first-generation Mustang fastback, complete with a front splitter, carbon fiber side skirts, flush-mounted door handles, a rear diffuser, and a spoiler that automatically extends when traveling at 75 mph, and retracts as the speed drops to 50 mph. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Photo credit: Roman Dolzhenko
Industrial designer Roman Dolzhenko is a big fan of both motorcycles and TRON, so why not combine both? Meet the MIMIC electric motorcycle. This sleek bike would fit right into the TRON universe with its minimalist body painted in matte black, complemented with LED lights that appear to be inspired by the TRON lightcycle. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Limited to just 30 vehicles worldwide, each priced at $2.3-million, the Delage D12 hypercar is powered by a 7.6L V-12 engine, paired with a 110 hp electric motor, to generate a combined 1100 hp.The base GT model weighs in at a mere 3,086 pounds, while the Club variant gets a slightly smaller electric motor for 1010 hp and sheds some weight to clock in at 2,888 lbs. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Cadillac begins its electric vehicle journey with the LYRIQ, a modern and all-eectric luxury crossover. It’s powered by the Ultium propulsion system with 300 miles of range on a full charge, and rear-wheel drive as well as performance all-wheel drive configurations. Super Cruise is the industry’s first truly hands-free driver assistance technology and is currently available on more than 200,000 miles of recently enhanced compatible highways. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Straight from the factory, the McLaren Senna is already one of the fastest street-legal hypercars, but fast just wasn’t enough for Novitec. It comes standard with a twin-turbocharged 4.0L V8 generating 789 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque, but Novitec’s maximum tune boosts those numbers to 889 horsepower and 655 lb-ft of torque, mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. Read more for a test drive video and additional information.
Bike designer Roland Sands wanted to put his own touch on the BMW R 18, so he created a straight line dragster featuring the iconic and massive boxer powerplant. Called the R 18 Dragster, this build was made possible due to the bike’s easily removable rear frame and a simple-to-dismantle painted parts set, thus giving Sands the high degree of freedom for easily converting the rear end of the new R 18 to suit personal preferences. Read moref or a video, additional pictures and information.
Photo credit: Marchi Architect / Fernando Guerra
Marchi Architects built a house specially for the Renault Symbioz, which is an all-electric, autonomous and fully connected vehicle. The Symbioz features a cabin that feels like home and has been designed for autonomous motoring, as while on the road, it becomes an extension of the home. When parked inside the home, it doubles as a multi-purpose room. Called “House 33”, this single-story structure, located in Parigny, France, is fully glazed, but crowned with a metallic cylinder on its roof. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
After months of teasers, Gordon Murray Automotive officially unveiled the T.50, and it most certainly looks like the modern McLaren F1 successor. At just 2,174 pounds, the $3.1-million supercar is powered by a naturally aspirated 4.0L V12 generating 654 horsepower and 344 pound-feet of torque, mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. The exterior was designed with purity and balance in mind, which means it’s free from the wings, skirts as well as vents found on most modern-day supercars. Read more for a video tour, additional pictures and information.
Based on the fifth-generation Volkswagen Caddy, the Mini-Camper is designed for a small family who wants to go on a weekend adventure, without having to rent an RV or stay at a campsite. At night, the 15-square-foot panorama glass roof can be used for stargazing, but if you prefer to doze off in complete darkness, the windows can be darkened. In the rear, you’ll find lightweight camping chairs and a table from the California models, while two storage bags can be taken inside the home for simple loading. Read more for additional pictures and information.