Can’t access the internet at work? Had a busy day? Here’s a recap of the exciting cars, videos, and car culture accessories that you may have missed this week!
This past week we were able to enjoy some exciting content from across the world. We took a look at one automotive designer’s view of what direction Mercedes-Benz could be taking, saw some exciting and scary footage from Pikes Peak International Hillclimb, and compared a TAG Heuer with a Breitling watch. McLaren also showed off their new ultra-high performance super car that we desperately want them to build. The world of high-end fun stuff is looking rather bright if you ask us.
REIL Performance and MR Car Design Team up for M3 CSL Tuning – German teamwork.
The new A Kahn Design Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano – Bringing some British design to an Italian super car.
The new 575 Horsepower Overfinch Sport GTS-X Limited Edition – A Range Rover with the heart of a sports car.
Senner Tuning Upgrades the Facelifted Audi S5 – A fresh look for a refreshed model.
The Mercedes-Benz SF1 Concept looks toward the Future – A rendering of what the future may hold for the German automaker.
The McLaren MP4-12C Can Am is the Ultimate Track Car – A one-off that outperforms race cars.
Mario Williams’ Aventador eats an SLS AMG Roadster for Lunch – An SLS AMG gets SACKED!
More Spy Video of the Porsche 918 Spyder in Martini Racing Livery – Building anticipation.
Watch the Hennessey Performance HPE700 E63 AMG put down 549 RWHP – Unleashing the beast.
Watch the INSANE Crash at Pikes Peak! – A close brush with death.
Watch Rhys Millen set a World Record at Pikes Peak – Making a ten-minute run look easy.
The Batman Home Theater Concept – Where Bruce Wayne can watch Batman movies.
The new Collezione Automobili Lamborghini Autumn/Winter Fashion Line – Show off your Lamborghini pride at the end of the year.
The Slim and Sophisticated Jaqet Blaq Landscape Wallet – A wallet with some automotive design background.
Breitling Navitimer 01 versus TAG Heuer Carrera 1887 – An unusual request from one of our readers, but recently we received a question which watchmaker we’d prefer: TAG Heuer or Breitling.