Artist Darren Rawlings has created a series where popular cars are reimagined as Transformers, another favorite in the automobile/giant robot genre. The illustrations are part of a series named If They Could Transform and present beloved, non-Transformer cars in their Transformer avatars. And we got to say, most of these transformations keep their badass characteristics running. Ecto-1 as a ghost busting Transformer? Hell yeah!
Japanese motorcycle builder and artist Chicara Nagata (previously) is well known for his skill. His latest project is the 1966 Honda P25 that is now a stunning beauty worthy of some futuristic looks, despite its actual age.
Maserati Alfieri is a concept cooked up to celebrate a hundred years of the brand. The centenary concept, which by all accounts seems to be headed for production, comes with a sleek look that is pleasing to the eyes. The car carries the name of Alfieri Maserati, a prominent automotive engineer in his time, and one of the founders of the marque.
Running around town in the Tumbler from Nolan’s Batman seems like a very good idea, if you have the money to pay for it. You don’t have to be Bruce Wayne rich to buy this one, mainly because it is unlikely you go around dressed in suits and fight crime, or have a batcave where you can quietly stash this.
McLaren brought its brand new supercar to the Geneva Motor Show. The 650S is placed right above the McLaren 12C in the marque’s lineup, and comes in the flavors of a coupe and a spider. The supercar is powered by McLaren’s M838T twin-turbo V8 engine that pumps out 641 hp. It has a top speed of 204mph, doing a zero to 62mph run in just three seconds. Both versions, the coupe, and the hardtop convertible, will go on sale this spring.
Geneva Motor Show is about to start, which means some of the sexiest cars are getting ready to make an appearance. On the list is the new offering in the form of Koenigsegg One:1. We’d say this is one sweet supercar, however the Swedish marque would like to set aside that label and instead call the One:1 the “world’s first megacar.”
Lotus is going the way of the motorcycle. And if this concept is any indication, they are doing it right. The recently unveiled Lotus C-01 is a concept from designer Daniel Simon, and includes quite a bit of the sci-fi and strong appearance you would expect the designer of the light cycles from Tron: Legacy to bring to the table.
Children have been playing around in large cars for decades now, but it is always an allure to have a better car available. And quite frankly, there’s little better you can go once you own an Aston Martin. Meet the DB Junior, a fully functional car for children of age 10 years and older.
The Scrambler is a custom motorcycle built off a Kawasaki W800 by Italian builders Moto Di Ferro. The conversion involved stripping the Kawasaki down to its basics, given a smaller tank, off-road tires, and a brand new custom leather seat. The overall effect puts the Scrambler in quite a lean, mean look.
Renault’s offering at the New Delhi Auto Show was the KWID off-roader concept, which apart from the features it offers shall always be better known for including a companion drone. The quadcopter drone lays hidden in a rear pivoting roof section, and flies off on command from an integrated console manager in the car.