The 105-metre superyacht Soar, designed by David Weiss, is inspired by the elegance of large birds of prey in flight. Its polished black steel hull features pointed shapes similar to a bird's head, while the internal and external structure takes its cue from their skeletons.
Soar is a fast cruiser powered by hydrogen fuel cells, with an estimated maximum speed of 30 knots.
The interior can be configured in different layout options and includes open areas for entertainment and gallery-like spaces for displaying modern art.
Jeep Wrangler Inferno is the car that represents adventure and daring. With its six strong and durable tyres, the Wrangler Inferno can tackle any terrain, making for a smooth and safe driving experience.
The Hellcat engine guarantees unparalleled acceleration and a breathtaking top speed.
The muscular and imposing design, together with state-of-the-art technology, make the Jeep Wrangler Inferno a unique and inimitable car. Sold without a hitch at the Barrett-Jackson auction in 2019, it was up for auction again this year, attracting the interest of many, but the sale is still open.
The Space, Evolution's signature electric car, represents a 'unicum' in its sector. It is in fact a circular economy car, i.e., one that can be used for as long as possible without creating waste and at the same time allowing its owner to save some money.
Space is obviously a car that winks at the environment, which is why it is equipped with a battery with a range of 750 km that reaches 600 km in just five minutes.
The electric powertrain is a 40 kWh lithium-ion battery made up of standard modules.
The story of John Lennon and his Rolls Royce Phantom V is that of a unique and exclusive car that perfectly represents the psychedelic aesthetic of the 1960s. Purchased for £11,000 in 1964, the car was painted entirely in a deep Valentine black and fitted with a bespoke interior, including a writing desk, record player, portable television and refrigerator.
But in 1967 Lennon decided it was time for a makeover and had it painted in psychedelic colours, creating a work of art on wheels.
A subversive statement that made this Rolls Royce an icon of the 1960s counterculture.
The new features awaiting luxury car enthusiasts with the 2024 model year of the Audi A6 and Audi A7 Sportback ranges have been unveiled.
Both cars will be streamlined and offer comprehensive equipment, with the front of the cars featuring a new single frame with a honeycomb structure. The sporty S6, S6 Avant and S7 Sportback versions will benefit from a new single frame with aluminium-look inserts and larger side air intakes.
The article also reveals new standard equipment, with camera-based sign recognition and the Audi virtual cockpit plus now available from entry-level trim. Finally, the colour range expands to 12 exterior colours, including Arkona white and Madeira brown.
The rebirth of the BMW 5 Series takes the Bavarian flagship saloon to new heights. With a complete aesthetic and functional reworking, it presents itself more imposing, adopting an aggressive and eye-catching design.
The new cockpit is dominated by the BMW Curved Display, which combines instrumentation and infotainment. But the real revolution is under the bonnet: the 5 Series dives into the electric age with the i5 versions. Among them, the M60 xDrive impresses with a twin 601 hp engine, 0-100 km/h acceleration in 3.8 seconds and a range of up to 516 km.
An unprecedented evolution for a car that never ceases to amaze.
The Vector W2 was one of the most futuristic concept cars of the 1980s. Designed by Jerry Wiegert, founder of the Vector Motors Corporation, this prototype promised to take automotive design, technology and performance to a new level.
The shape of the Vector W2 was inspired by the fighter jets and racing cars of the 1960s and 1970s.
The effect was impressive: a low, wide and aerodynamic body with a line that seemed to defy gravity. In addition, the car was equipped with gull-wing doors, which accentuated its aggressive look.
Aston Martin presented the new DB12 model, a super tourer coupe that breaks the mould compared to previous DBs.
For the first time, Aston Martin decided to rely solely on the twin-turbocharged V8 engine from Mercedes-AMG, with a power output of 680 hp and torque of 800 Nm. In addition, the car features electronically controlled suspension, electric power steering, an electronically controlled e-Diff rear differential, four-level ESP and an eight-speed automatic transmission with shortened final ratio.
The cabin features a new infotainment system, a 10.25-inch digital display and remote connection via the Aston Martin app. The coupe features a muscular and aggressive design with elements linked to the tradition of the British manufacturer.
The Plectrum, Lazzarini Design's new luxury yacht, is set to become one of the fastest in its class thanks to its three 15,000 horsepower hydrogen engines.
With a top speed of 75 knots, the Plectrum is designed with a hydrofoil system inspired by America's Cup catamarans.
At 74 metres long and 15 metres wide when moored or anchored, the yacht can accommodate up to six guests in six cabins plus an owner's suite, has two garages and allows for a helicopter landing. The Plectrum is built entirely of carbon fibre composite materials and is set to hit the market in 2025 at a price of around 80 million euros.
The electric car revolution looks set to enter a new phase thanks to China: electric vehicle manufacturer Nio has developed the first solid-state battery, which guarantees a range of over 1,000 km on a single charge.
The innovation will be introduced as early as this summer on three different models, including the long-awaited ET7 saloon and the EC7 Suv-Coupé.
The battery supplied by compatriot WeLion represents a step forward in terms of safety and performance compared to conventional lithium-ion batteries. In addition, the network of battery swap stations allows battery replacement on any Nio model.
An unknown collection of 230 classic cars at an unknown location in the Netherlands. It is hard to imagine such a large collection of cars, from Lancia Aurelia Spider to Mercedes-Benz 300S Roadster and from Alfa Romeo 2600 SZ to various Facel Vegas.
The collection - now named after its sole owner - is located in Dordrecht, having been housed in three different locations, two buildings and a deconsecrated church.
It is a story of passion and a touch of mystery that surrounds Dordrecht, a town of 120,000 inhabitants located in the province of South Holland.
The new Opel Corsa is ready to impress with its mid-career restyling. The front end changes with the characteristic black strip joining the LED headlamps, which are also available in an Intelli-Lux version with 14 elements.
But the novelties don't end there: the electric version's range exceeds 400 kilometres, thanks to its 100 kW or 115 kW power output.
On board is the new infotainment system based on the integrated Snapdragon Cockpit platform from Qualcomm Technologies and wireless connectivity for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Features include adaptive cruise control and forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking.
A wealthy customer's request for an all-pink Rolls-Royce Ghost is surely one of the strangest. The Instagram influencer, known as @ChampagneRose, spent four days choosing the bespoke colour, called Champagne Rose.
Everything, including the interior, is pink with a few contrasts in black, as on the steering wheel. The car features a pink Starlight Headliner sky with 1132 fibre optic lighting elements simulating a night sky and built-in picnic tables, each with 5500 individual dots and over 30 hours of work.
This is not the first time Rolls-Royce has produced a car in this colour. In 2013, they created a previous generation Ghost in this colour to support breast cancer treatment and in 2017, collector Michael Fux commissioned an all-fuchsia Rolls-Royce Dawn.