When we figure it out we will get back to you. So for now, stop asking questions and just enjoy the footage of what appears to be a half Hummer half Batmobile contraption conquering all manner of rivers and lakes. It appears to be quite capable offroad, with excellent visibility from those slanted windscreens. For a rescue truck, there doesn’t seem to be much that can conquer it…it yanked that Defender out of the snow like it weighed a few pounds! Cool truck!
Anglesey is an island off of the coast of Wales in the United Kingdom. There is a gorgeous track that is set right by the seaside, and in this beautifully produced video we get to see some of the most exclusive cars on the planet tearing up the track. Yes there are Ferraris and Lambos, but there is also a P1 and a Pagani Huayra to gawk at. Not only are these cars gorgeous to look at, but the scenery they are set is is equally as beautiful…
In the video found below, uploaded Oct. 6, we see Thorrold sitting passenger in a 599 SA Aperta, shooting at clay pigeons being launched into the air. He is, of course, a professional and this stunt looks to be performed in a controlled environment. What I’m saying is don’t try this at home.
Police officers aren’t recognized for their fun, easy-going personalities, especially in the US. From the video below, we can see that the police officers in Italy have much better cars and know how to have some fun. The officer in the video does some smoky donuts in a Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 and even takes the supercar to the track. This is something that you definitely won’t see everyday.
The XC (Xtreme Concave) configuration was meticulously designed and crafted by Savini Forged to challenge the limits of aesthetics and versatility with a staggering front and rear deep concave profile that also provides depth in the outer rim halve for an astonishing appearance. It just makes this Bentley that much better looking.
Why can’t we call for an Uber ride and have a Mercedes G-Wagen 6X6 show up? Cool stuff like this never gets to happen for us, but for these lucky folks it did! Instead of a tiny little annoying 2 seater econocrapcar, their Uber driver is driving a McLaren! Now let’s see somebody disguise a little Ford Fiesta as a Ford GT and then we will see how happy people are!
If you’re a performance enthusiast, then you’ll want to drop your cash on a top-of-the-line Lexus RC F. The performance coupe is Lexus’ fastest, most dominant luxury sport coupe they’ve ever built, and will more than satisfy any inner speed demon (the “F” stands for “fast”). Its race-ready engineering and 5.0-liter V8 engine allows you to be a beast on the road, while the aggressive exterior will make any one do a double take. The carbon fiber roof doesn’t just add to its exterior, but helps reduce weight and its quad exhaust will make its presence known thanks to its deep throaty sound. Its three-element LED headlamps out front are the eyes of its soul, while out back its rear bumper features hard edges and a lower diffuser, providing a long and wide look. Throw on some Black di Forza BM8 20×8.5 and 20×10.5 Savin Wheels in a machined black finish and you’ve got some heat!
R&B is making a comeback after years of being shadowed by hip-hop and Ty Dolla $ign is leading the pack. As the go-to guy for R&B hooks and features, Ty (born Tyrone Griffin Jr.) is gearing up for a huge summer before he drops his highly anticipated debut album Free TC. His latest single “Drop That Kitty (feat. Charli XCX and Tinashe) is already slated to be one of summer’s top jams, and he’s going to be touring the world, performing at various summer concerts and festivals. Earlier this year, he was honored by MTV and included in their “Artist To Watch,” lineup for 2015, joining the likes of other up-and-coming acts like Rae Sremmurd, with a yearlong campaign and promotion across the network’s various platforms.
Ludacris is no stranger to fine rides – after all, he has an ongoing role in The Fast and the Furious movie franchise, so he knows a few things about hot cars and mods. But these days, the hip-hop artist’s car game limited to a handful of rides instead of a massive fleet he used to flaunt. “I’ve evolved and don’t want to be as flashy anymore,” the 37-year-old rapper admits. “There was a time when I had 10 cars and then realized that I’m gone on tour half the time so it doesn’t make sense to have them sitting in my damn garage.”
No Speed Limit Open Road event. Driver Scott Riedl pulled some serious Gs in “Insane Mode” to exceed Tesla’s top speed, reaching an unprecedented 157.9 mph. Appropriately bejeweled with custom-designed STRUT grille, rear spoiler, wheels and carbon-fiber side molding painted bright electric blue, the STRUT Tesla makes electric car history.
Phantom Hill. A stretch of open road surrounded by a National Forest and back dropped by the Boulder Mountains, 12 miles north of Ketchum, Idaho, the setting for the Sun Valley Road Rally, an annual local event rapidly winning national attention as the only open road, no speed event of its kind in North America.
Simon: “Turn on the GoPros.” Check.
Scott: “What about Mötley Crüe’s ‘Wild Side’?” We test the GoPros, blast the music. Yes, good choice.
Simon: “Press your head back before we take off, or it’ll get thrown back.”
Scott: “We’re set.”
Simon: “Make sure it’s in Insane Mode.”
“Wild Side?” “Insane Mode?” Wait. Anyone passing a white Model S on the street might overlook the car, with its signature understated design and minimalist external cosmetics. The Tesla is undoubtedly a feat of scientific wonder and the ultimate statement of environmental citizenship, but while it has astonishing technological features and a smooth, silent ride, it’s relatively inconspicuous when it comes to announcing its awesomeness to the world.
Enter STRUT. The team at STRUT wants to add color, personal charm and beauty to your life. To create its line of jewelry collections for fine automobiles, STRUT designs and produces handcrafted custom grilles, wheels and accessories for luxury cars. Seeing a bumper crop of Teslas appearing on the streets of southern California, the guys at STRUT began to envision a grille and wheel collection to further personalize the car. Why should Porsches and Ferraris have all the fun?
Arriving in a STRUT custom wrapped SportChassis M2-106 at the Sun Valley Auto Club for Friday’s technical inspection are the two STRUT Teslas—one black, one white— featuring side moldings painted in Ferrari Red and Ocean Shimmer blue and carbon-fiber vehicle wraps by Protective Film Solutions of Santa Ana, California. Both vehicles sport nose-cone replacements with STRUT designed main grilles made from the finest available stainless steel, fiberglass and true carbon fiber.
No ordinary shoes for these beauties—the Teslas make their Sun Valley debut wearing the auto equivalent of Manolo Blahnik stilettos: Icon T 21-inch wheels designed by STRUT and HRE high performance tires from Continental. With not a detail overlooked, the Teslas deliver some final bling, accessorizing carbon fiber wrapped trunks with the distinctive STRUT spoiler. The entire cosmetics package entices you to take a ride.