Since 1948, Land Rover imposed itself as a leading power in off-road and on-road vehicles, focusing on large 4×4 vehicles. Since there are people ready to pay huge amounts of money to get a protection grade close to what the president of the United States has, Range Rover has been many times the target of third-party customization companies, transforming it … continue reading
Between $250.000 – $1.000.000 best gifts ideas for men, whether he’s your boyfriend, husband or father. Get inspired and find the perfect gift for him from gadgets and gear to fashion.
Kahn Design are worldwide known for their ability to provide automotive designs for the more refined buyers, looking for uniqueness, separating themselves from their friends and even from strangers holding the same car, but without the custom additions. The main choice of customization by Kahn Design is represented by expensive, high end supercars. Hypercars such as Bugatti Veyron or Aston … continue reading
Do you want luxury? Because this is how you get luxury. Do you want opulence? Because this is how you get opulence. Born from a collaboration between Goldfinch Pianos and Based Upon artist studio, “The Baby” grand piano stands out in front of everything else around it, no matter where you will place it, wether it’s a grand opera hall … continue reading
McLaren F1 and the newer P1, Bugatti Veyron, Ferrari LaFerrari,The 918 Spyder from Porsche or Lamborghini Reventon – these are all hyper cars (that I hope you already heard about).
First of all let’s get something straight: Hypercar is a relatively new term in the automotive industry, meaning cars that have an immense amount of horsepower, that are more expensive and that go above and beyond the average “supercar”. These cars push the cutting edge of technology with stratospheric price tags and unbelievable performance figures. Often mistaken for supercars, the hyper cars are also very expensive but have something that sets them apart: supercars are designed for messing with G-Forces while hyper cars are designed for messing with G-Strings. Let the battle of the hyper cars begin.
Given the fact that New York is well known for its hefty rents and hard to find affordable living places, Graham Hill, an entrepreneur and the founder of TreeHugger, created a functional apartment that has a surface of only 420 square meters. Well, it surely isn’t a lot, but this apparently tiny living space consists in a bedroom, a home … continue reading
The legitimate question is “what the Hell is a Wazuma”? Well, to be blunt, the WAZUMA V8F MATT EDITION is the beast with two backs, half car, half motorcycle, half Godzilla. It’s Bat-Man’s nightmare. Or, you can say it’s the best of two worlds: a 250 bhp and 650 kg melange of German, Japanese and Italian engineering. The alpha and omega, … continue reading
Say hello to to the Equus BASS770, a “Made in the USA” muscle car, the luxury edition. I don’t know about you, folks, but I love those old-school V8 powered American muscle cars of the sixties. But, truth be told, when you’re thinking about one of those Detroit made babies, luxury is not the first thing that comes into your … continue reading
Dartz Motorz has an interesting history, almost two centuries long. They are a Latvian based company specialized in designing, building and selling high performance armoured vehicles, which will cost you an arm and a leg. They are best known for building custom cars for tzars and dictators in the past, the “rock stars” of their times, sort of speak. As … continue reading
In case you can’t afford Ferrari’s new “LaFerrari”, you can please yourself with something less expensive, yet luxury. Hublot has delivered their own “LaFerrari”, only their product is a watch and is called “MP-05 LaFerrari”. The connection between the car and the watch is the design. Hublot created the watch to look like a miniature engine strapped to the wrist. … continue reading
Since 2009, the Rolls-Royce Ghost has outsold the brand’s flagship Phantom – kind of odd, considering the fact that a ghost is in no way better than a phantom, conceptually speaking. However, seeing this, Rolls-Royce moves The Ghost into the 2013 model year with a bunch of “subtle but meaningful enhancements”. Which is corporate talk for “it looks the same but hey, an extra button was added on the dashboard!” If you’re thinking of buying one of these babies, note that the prices went up $7,050 for the standard model, to $260,750, and $6,400 for the long-wheelbase car, to $300,100 from the start of 2013.