Coming through as an excellent example of Dutch craftsmanship, the 2012 Savage Rivale Roadyacht GTS is a beauty to fight for. The four door coupe has one of the most interesting design for doors that we have come across. It isn’t just looks that the Roadyacht has to offer.
A Christmas card made by driving a BMW? Yes, please.
Every single Rolls Royce is a gem, a precious piece of craftsmanship. But of course, being elegant and classy can take the highway to hell because someone has enough money to wrap the car in gold, baby. Apparently enraged at the class of the Rolls Royce Ghost, an Italian fashion house decided to give it this ridiculous makeover.
Lamborghini Aventador is one hell of a beast, and the Avengers seeks to bring the same aggressiveness and finesse to the wrist. That was quite a challenge, but designer Marko Petrovic seems to have done just fine. The concept watch uses the rare vertical tourbillon that should come in handy to save some space in the design.
What is with dogs and their love for sticking their heads out of car windows?
Slugger motorcycle concept by Mikael Lugnegård is a bobber with the classic muscular stance and the looks to impress. Mikael didn’t quite hold off in his design of this motorcycle, and that is a good thing. The Slugger is powered by a V-Twin, has a short wheelbase, inverted forks, twin vented discs up front, a rear mono shock, and all the joy of riding a beast.
The 2013 Ford Mustang has an interesting new touch. The Mustang of course retains the muscle that is so synonymous with its name, but it is this tiny addition that may be termed a “cosmetic” touch that captures the imagination.
Everything looks good on a Lamborghini, unless of course if your idea is to murder the aesthetics of the grand supercar. Thankfully, this one does not go that way. The Media Merchants used the Lamborghini Reventon as a canvas at an even to present an audio visual projection mapping experience. And they’ve done good; not a single scratch on the elite supercar, and a beautiful presentation to boot.
Photographer Claudio Lara captured a shot of this amazing Yin Yang sculpture made from two Volkswagen Beetles. The image was captured in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2006. Artist unknown.
Sometimes you have to go full crazy.