Always wanted a solar-powered mobile home that can be towed just about anywhere? If so, and you have $500,000 USD, then look no further than the 2022 Living Vehicle. This luxurious trailer comes equipped with an upgraded energy system, solar panel system, extra energy storage and inverter power. There’s approximately 232-square-feet of interior space, complete with a full kitchen, a removable cooking island, an all-electric solar refrigerator, and a European-style marine three-burner oven. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Inspired by the Sián FKP 37 hybrid supercar, the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 is an ultra luxurious yacht built with the combined knowledge of the automaker as well as the Italian Sea Group brand. The first unit was delivered to its owner a few days ago, powered by two MAN V12-2000HP engines generating a combined 3945-horsepower, making it the fastest yacht in the Tecnomar fleet of The Italian Sea Group. Read more for two videos, additional pictures and information.
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No, this isn’t the successor to the F40 and F50, but rather a limited edition roadster released in 2014 that is based on the F12 celebrating the 60-years of Ferrari in North America. Limited to just 10-units worldwide, the F60 has completely revamped bodywork, complete with a light removable soft top instead of a traditional convertible top. It also features an asymmetrical cabin design with red trim for the driver’s area and black for the passenger with a American flag centered in the backrests of both seats. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Measuring 328-feet, Lazzarini’s Saturnia is no ordinary superyacht, as it doubles as a floating seaport for other vessels. To keep things as light as possible, its entire chassis is forged from dry carbon fiber, while the private entry can be accessed using the two openings on each side that rise up at the push of a button, complete with up to 5-feet of draft to moor inside. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Priced at $2890 USD, the all-new Louis Vuitton Horizon Light Up Speaker looks more like a prop from a science fiction film than something you would use to play music. It’s slated for release on July 30 and draws inspiration from the brand’s Toupie (“Spinning Top”) handbag designed by Louis Vuitton’s womenswear artistic director Nicolas Ghesquiere. Sporting a pointed top and bottom, that not only gives it the iconic bag silhouette, but also a UFO. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
At $2150 USD, this TAG Heuer x Nintendo Connected smartwatch could be the priciest yet, or at least for one featuring a video game character. Featuring multiple animated Mario watch faces and fitness animations that become livelier depending on the wearer’s level of activity, all running Google Wear OS. Another cool feature is that Mario greets you with a welcoming salute in the morning and as the day progresses, you unlock rewards at each stage of your daily target. Read more for a video and additional information.
We covered the auction for a Wata 9.0 A Sealed [No Rev-A, Round SOQ, Early Production] NES Nintendo 1987 USA The Legend of Zelda game when it first began, but today, it ended with an eye-watering $870,000 winning bid, making it the most expensive yet. What sets this copy apart from the countless others people bought? It was a late-1987 production run called “NES R,” which came before the game’s wider initial production run in early 1988. Read more for a video on Wata grading and additional information.
Photo credit: Yeojin Jung
Designer Yeojin Jung combined her love of Star Wars with the world of ultra luxury to create the Estrella Superyacht. Put simply, this 342-foot-long vessel boasts a “tri-swath” design inspired by the Y-Wing and a Naboo Royal Starship. This configuration splits it into three major sections, including a main floor with two floater components on each side, connected by a hull-spanning bridge. Read more for additional pictures and information.
It’s true, cryptocurrency is taking over the world after already making its mark in the world of physical art and objects. Sotheby’s announced that they will accept cryptocurrency for one of the earth’s rarest treasures, a massive 101.38-carat pear-shaped D Flawless diamond. It has an estimated value of US$10-15 million (HK$78-118 million), and according to Sotheby’s, no other physical object with this value has ever been publicly offered for purchase with cryptocurrency. Read more for a video and additional information.
Space Perspective plans to offer the world’s first luxury spaceflight experience aboard their Neptune capsule, complete with 360-degree views of planet Earth from 20-miles above, a bar, Wi-Fi and even a bathroom. At $125,000 per person, Neptune will launch eight guests from Kennedy Space Center, accompanied by a pilot, and then glide for two hours to taking in the views from its massive windows. Read more for a video and additional information.