Would you rather spend $5-million on a mansion, or the world’s first and only Learjet limo? If it’s the latter, you’ll be glad to know that this limousine not only looks like a private jet, but seats up to eight people, complete with illuminated plexiglass panels on the roof, a large television, lots of speakers, an LED infinity floor and of course, plenty of mood lighting. Read more for a video tour and additional information.
Slated to make its official debut at Monterey Car Week on August 16th, the 2020 Rezvani Tank X is claimed to be the world’s most powerful SUV, and rightfully so. Powered by a Dodge Demon-sourced 6.2L V8 engine, it’s tuned to generate over 1,000 horsepower and 870 pound-feet of torque. It has an MSRP of $349K, but with a few options, it might be double. You can choose from a $6500 thermal night vision system, $2500 automatic side steps, $2500 interior lighting package, a $12500 upgraded off-road race-ready FOX suspension, $5500 full leather interior and lots more. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Based on the Man TGS 6×6, the UNICAT IN72H expedition vehicle is something you’d want for any kind of apocalyptic event, given that fuel is abundant, or you have access to a near unlimited supply. This extreme off-roader sports two built-in winches in the front / rear and a central tire inflation system. Powering this beast is a 540-horsepower diesel engine that draws from a 211-gallon fuel tank, good for around 1,240 miles. Read more for a video tour, additional pictures and information.
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It’s rumored that out of the 200 Bugatti Chirons built to date, only a handful have been finished in blue tinted carbon fiber, which is a $315,000 option. However, VDM Cars, managed to get one, and it’s for sale right now, but the asking is currently unknown. Other features include dark blue wheels, large orange brake calipers and an interior accented with dark blue / orange leather. Read more for a video, additional pictures ad information.
First unveiled last month, the fully-autonomous, electric Bently EXP 100 GT concept imagines an ultra luxurious tourer for the year 2035. Starting on the outside, it comes equipped with a massive mesh grille decorated with 6,000 LED bulbs, rounded, beveled headlights that break the tradition of standard Bentley two-roundels, and of course, the magnificent hood-mounted Flying B. Read more for an up-close look video, additional pictures and information.
At $995, the Louis Vuitton Horizon Earphones, developed by Master & Dynamic, not only look the part, but are designed to deliver impeccable sound thanks to a precisely engineered audio system. They come in four colorways: black, white and red Monogram or yellow and blue LV stripes. When these earphones are fully charged, expect up to 3.5 hours of continuous listening, while an intuitive touch control element making adjusting volume or skipping tracks a breeze. Read more for the hands-on video and additional information.
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Russia-based Caviar introduces the Apple iPhone XI “Apollo 11” concept, and the only thing it has to do with the moon landing is that the smartphone will only be limited to 50-units worldwide. This limited edition smartphone is touted as being fire, water and frost resistant, thanks to a shell made from black Kevlar, titanium as well as some ultra high strength composite material. Kevlar is typically used to make bulletproof clothing and also offers high fire resistance while shielding from extreme temperatures up to 460° C or -200° C. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Available in XS ($24,790) and XS Max ($24,990) models, Golden Concept’s iPhone Sugar Skull Edition just might be the craziest-looking yet. Featuring a 3D-hand-craved Sugar Skull in approximately 110 grams (3.88 oz) of 18k gold and then encrusted with 137 diamonds, this custom iPhone is made by a master craftsman using some of the world’s finest materials, including genuine alligator leather. Read more for a hands-on video and additional information.
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Have $20+ million and always wanted a 1994 McLaren F1 “LM-Specification”? If so, then you may be in luck, as one of only two examples is going up for auction at Monterey Car Week. How does it differ from the standard McLaren F1? For starters, it comes equipped with an unrestricted 6.1L V12 GTR racing engine that boosts power output to 671 hp (up from 618 hp) and an extra-high downforce kit. This particular F1 was built in 1994 and originally finished in Midnight Blue Pearl over a black interior, but in 1999, it was sold to a collector who returned the car to the factory in Surrey in 2000 to commission a series of upgrades to LM specifications. Read more for a video
AirPods are currently Apple’s most popular accessory product, with 35 million units sold in just 2018 alone, and the latest generation comes with the H1 chip as well as hands-free “Hey Siri” support. However, that wasn’t enough for LA-based designer Ian Delucca, so he created “Object No. 1”. As you may have already guessed from the title, these luxurious pair of AirPods will set you back a whopping $20,000, and they’re limited to just 25-units worldwide. No, the price unfortunately does not include an iPhone, Apple Watch, or any other one of their devices, just a real shiny pair of earphones. Read more for additional pictures and information.