For off-grid travel lovers, the new Ford F550 Full Custom Camper is the perfect companion. The F550 is custom-built for trips into any rough terrain while keeping comfort at 100%. With compartments for nearly everything, this camper keeps everything out of sight until needed. The features make it the best vehicle for adventure lovers that live on the road.
The cabin is mounted on a flatbed. The roof pops up giving a total of 6 feet and 10 inches of standing room. It is solar-powered (1,300 watts), and has a gas tank for back up. has a heater and air conditioner system that uses very little energy (350 watts). The F 550 has electrical cooktops and a grill, which are pullouts for outside use. There is also a pull-out sink next to it.
There are two showers, one indoors, and one outdoors. The toilet is a pullout in the interior of the cabin. The cabin has a sitting area with a couch and a full-sized bed area with storage under each of these. For the children, the dinette turns into a child-sized bed.
Get ready to see this beast from Dodge on the tracks later this year. The 2020 Challenger SRT Super Stock comes with 807 horsepower drawn from the legendary 6.2L HEMI V8 engine. Promising to deliver 707 lb-ft torque, it is already a hit in the world of quickest muscle machines.
It ventures into vaulting a quarter-mile on track in a mere 10.5 seconds and zooms from 0-60 in just 3.25 seconds. It’s a wondrous vision ready to hit the circuits.
Rides Of The Wild — Animal Inspired Car Renderings
A very creative series, the Rides of the Wild brings a touch of animals to classic cars. The artist’s idea is to go beyond renders and encourage the imagination of the viewer. Something that can hold interest of a viewer, rather than be a comment in passing. Swiss artist Frédéric Müller matches animals to classic cars.
Sequential is a series of car sculptures by French artist Antoine Dufilho, presented at M.A.D.Gallery. The set looks at eight famous cars, and has their shape materialized into successive layers. The layering creates quite a look, and exhibits the beauty and sleek lines of these beautiful machines. While the structure itself is stationary, the skilled crafting gives them a life, making these models appear kinetic.
Designer Imagines An Electric Helicopter as Tesla Model H
Tesla cars have made quite an impression on the road, and even in space! The company has however, shown little interest to take to the sky. But that is no reason to put a cap on imagination! Designer Antonio Paglia has created this innovative concept called the Tesla Model H. This flying Tesla combines the tech of helicopters and drones to create a fresh concept. An exoskeleton formed like a ribbon covers the body of the helicopter, while the overall form takes inspiration from biomorphic as well as robotic shapes. Four mini rotors have been added to the ribbon-exoskeleton to make maneuvering easier, and the flight more stable.
All-Electric Airis Wants To Be The Future’s Flying Taxi
Flying cars continue their attempts to come out of imagination into the real world. The latest iteration in the long line of flying concepts is the AirisOne. This all-electric flying car is the brainchild of Bermuda-based Airis Aerospace. Capable of ferrying five passengers, the AirisOne will have the ability to be fully autonomous, with options for semi-autonomous driving. The taxis will fly from (and to) a network of envisioned “Vertiports”, enabling travel throughout a city.
Unveiled at the New York Auto Show, the all-electric Genesis Essentia Concept is a lovely head-turner. Good looks and performance of this concept could do wonders for the Genesis brand, and also for the parent company, Hyundai. Genesis sees the concept as the pinnacle of its awkward sounding “Athletic Elegance” design language; the phrase thankfully is overshadowed, or at least vindicated by the looks of the Essentia.
The radically designed Karlmann King SUV presents itself as a “Ground Stealth Fighter”. Although it reminds us more of the good old low polygon count games of the ’90s. Of course, those games had restrictions on their graphic rendering, this SUV takes this look by choice. The makers of the SUV claim that it takes 2000 designers, developers, and engineers from all over the world to build this behemoth.
Ask WTF is he going to do about the car smell and upholstery. Understandably, that wasn’t on top of Gavin Shoebridge’s list when he made the choice of having a good, homecooked meal on his camping trips. The DIY project turns impressive when you consider he built this kitchen in the tiny boot space of a 2011 Peugeot iOn.
Bugatti has unveiled the new Bugatti Chiron Sport at the Geneva Motor Show. Apart from a liberal use of carbon fiber, the supercar has also received a handling package. The package includes a stiffer suspension and modified steering, accessed by turning on the car’s “Handling Mode”. There is however, no change in output over the standard model (if any model of the Chiron may be considered ‘standard’). The 8.0-liter W-16 still pumps out the same massive 1,479 hp and 1,180 lb-ft of torque.