This rare 2021 Ferrari F8 Formula 1 racing simulator attempts to recreate the thrill of driving on a real race track at home, but it’ll cost you $54,622 USD, and that is not including shipping. You’ll be able to race some of the most famous circuits in the world, including Monza, Barcelona, Silverstone, Imola, Nürbürgring, Zandvoort, SPA Francorchamps and Mugello. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
You’ve probably seen the Jetson One, but now CNET provides an up-close look at this personal flying vehicle. The Swedish startup wanted to garner up some interest by posting a few videos of it in-action, and so far, they’ve received over 3,000 purchase requests, selling out of their entire 2022 allocation. Made from aluminum and carbon fiber, it’s powered by eight motors that enable the flying vehicle to hit a top speed of 63 mph. Read more for the video and additional information.
For $2.18-million, this ultra rare Nissan R33 GT-R NISMO 400R could be yours. Why does it cost more than most supercars? Well, there were only total of 40 vehicles ever built. This particular example is finished in “Deep Marine Blue”, powered by an REIMAX twin-turbocharged inline-six 2.8L engine generating 400 hp and 346 lb-ft of torque, mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Other upgrades from the factory include a carbon fiber propshaft, titanium exhaust, and a bevy of aerodynamic parts on the exterior. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
If nothing but the most luxurious smartwatch will do, then look no further than Louis Vuitton’s Tambour Horizon Light Up Smartwatch. It comes in polished steel ($3,450 USD) or matte ($4,100 USD) versions, with both measuring 44mm-wide and 13.2mm-thick. Features include a 1.2-inch AMOLED display, 24 LEDs embedded beneath the iconic LV monogram pattern, and most surprising of all, a custom-designed operating system. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Sure, helium blimps are nothing new, but what about an airship that can travel on both land and in the skies? Meet Lazzarini Design’s futuristic Air Yacht. Simply put, it consists of two helium-powered 150-meter (492-foot) airships that are connected via four bridges to a main 80-meter (262-foot) hull. The two so-called “floating balloons” are separated into hives that store helium gas. When taking to the skies, the compressed helium is then released, thus providing propulsion for up to 48-hours at 60 knots. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Industrial designer Oliver Bell understands the growing desire for experiences to improve the environment, and what better way to do so than in a futuristic laboratory on wheels. Introducing the Land Rover Antarctic Research Concept (ARC), which combines modern and sustainable technologies with a template for a cleaner future. This vehicle would be parked at Land Rover’s Global Research Base, or hubs located in and around Antarctica. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Sure, the Tesla supercharger experience is convenient for owners of the Model S / 3 / X / Y, but what if you wanted a luxurious place to lounge instead of just hanging around a random strip mall or supermarket? The Audi Charging Hub hopes to offer just that experience, with the first one located in Nuremberg, Germany. Read more for a short video tour, additional pictures and information.
Based on the Mercedes-Benz Atego general purpose rigid truck, the SOD RISE 4×2-950 motorhome might be the first one with a rooftop terrace, or at least straight from the factory. Unfortunately, it will set you back at least $700,000 USD from Stone Offroad Design for the most basic model. This one has a fully decked out interior, complete with marbled porcelain stoneware. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Priced from $6,370 USD, Caviar’s iPhone 13 Pro Stealth 2.0 is designed for soldiers, private security, or anyone who just needs a smartphone that can handle just about anything. It’s only available in a stealthy Midnight Black color and covered in BR-2 class 2 bulletproof armor, which is strong enough to withstand a pistol shot. Read more for a video and additional information.
Priced from $1.85-million USD, the Volkner Mobile Performance S is a motorhome designed for someone who wants to bring their luxurious apartment on the road. Everything inside can be customized to the customer’s preference, including real wood accents, marble countertops, two 40-inch displays, a separate bath / shower and full kitchen. Read more to see the real highlight of this machine.