In an absolute monarchy, one needn’t worry about annoying issues such as judicial oversight and taxpayer wrath. So its perfectly feasible and downright expected of the police force of Dubai, a city infamous for its extravagance, to boast amongst it’s vehicle fleet a Ferrari, Bentley, Aston Martin and Lamborghini. Read More
Ferrari unveiled at the Geneva Car Show it’s replacement for the legendary Enzo. It’s a vehicle that has been dubbed simply, “LaFerrari”. It’s the fastest street car Ferrari has ever produced, but what makes it remarkable is that it’s powered by a 1000 hp gas-electric hybrid engine. The price has not been disclosed but it is expected to leapfrog the $1mil mark. Read More
What is a spur, how and why is it flying and why did Bentley name a car after it? Read More
If I had to grade myself on environmental consciousness my score would probably land somewhere between a D and a C-. I care about the planet but I personally don’t do a whole hell of lot to incite change. For instance, I make a point not to litter but I don’t recycle. I turn stuff off when I’m not using it but more for the self serving reason of saving money. I’m somewhat concerned about global emissions, but I drive a gas-guzzling V8. I’m what most environmentalist would probably call an envirocrite. < --(environmental hypocrite.) All I can say is that I'm aware of my shortcomings but I'm always trying to improve. Read More
In the realm of travel nothing beats getting to your destination in a private jet. Gulfstream has presented the worlds’s traveling financial elite with even more reason to rejoice given the new release of their elegant and graceful G650. The private jet-set crowd will be globetrotting faster, higher and in more luxury than ever before. Read More
The phrase “Made In America”, still carries weight in my book. To me it’s a term synonymous with craftsmanship, detail, ingenuity and most importantly, pride. Regardless of where it’s made, there’s something truly special about a hand-made item created by a skilled craftsman. Read More
The Lamborghini Aventador J is an absolute one-off: a one-of-a-kind piece of art.
It combines the overwhelming performance of the Lamborghini Aventador with the most intense experience of power and dynamics imaginable in an automobile. Read More
Ferrari’s fastest and most powerful production model to date will be unveiled this March in Geneva at the 82nd International Motor Show. The F12 Berlinetta is intended to go head to head with the Lamborghini LP700-4 Aventador. This Italian beast has a 6.3-liter V12 engine with 740 hp with 8.500 rpm. This makes it capable of reaching 0-100 km/h in 3.1 seconds and can go from 0 to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 8.5 seconds.
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Very few car models can claim a 60 year lineage. This inspiring short film takes a look at The SL’s illustrious past and bold forage into the future. Read More
Designed strictly for the Chinese market, the 2012 Year of the Dragon Limited Edition Rolls-Royce Phantom has sold out. That’s too bad for those of you in the market for one. Now you have to look like a shmuck while riding around in a plain old ordinary Double R. Distinguishing features of this vehicle include a gold-colored exterior coachline and an interior with dragons embroidered in four colors into the headrests, special inlay panels and throw cushions, bridged by LED illuminated door sills identifying the special edition. Read More
The Dutch-made Savage Rivale Roadyacht GTS is the only 4 door “topless on demand” supercar in the world. But if you want to attempt to tame this “savage” beast you need deep pockets and a bit of patience. Rumored to cost around $547,000, only 20 per year will be available to the worlds financial elite. Check out the video to see how the Dutch are doing it big while redefining the style and concept of the super-car. Read More
I would probably hang this bike on my wall before I rode it. Keeping the tarnish off of the copper platting I’m sure would be a labor of love for the proud owner. The Madison Street by Detroit Bicycle is beautiful. $3200 Read More