• 2018 Lexus LC500

    2018 Lexus LC500

    News of a new Lexus doesn’t necessarily always get the heart racing, but this one has made us all feel positively faint at GearCulture HQ. The manufacturer has been threatening a treat like this for some time now since Akido Toyoda insisted Lexus will only make cars that are fun to drive, and finally, they’ve come through with the 2018 Lexus LC500. So we packed our bags and hopped on a plane to Kona, Hawaii to test drive their newest flagship coupe.  …cotinue reading

  • Ortega Mk. 1C Personal Submarine

    Ortega Mk. 1C Personal Submarine

    Styled after a second world war British special forces project, the stunning Ortega Mk. 1C Personal Submarine affords the everyman–well, those who can afford it–the opportunity to go deeper for longer into the magical underwater world of our seas. A pair of 10KWh electric thrusters will propel up to three passengers up to depths of 310 feet at nine knots. Range is good for 80 nautical miles.

  • Honda Self-Balancing Motorcycle

    Honda Self-Balancing Motorcycle

    You’ve all heard of self-driving cars, now meet the Honda Self-Balancing Motorcycle which promises to keep riders safe and eliminate those nervy wobbles which sometimes occur on bends and pulling from lights. Unlike similar machines such as the Segway or the Motorrad Vision concept from BMW, this badboy doesn’t rely on weighty gyroscopes to ready itself so the riding experience is not compromised one bit.

  • Jeep Shortcut

    Jeep Shortcut

    Riffing on the iconic CJ-5 design, we may not know the price of the Jeep Shortcut just yet, but it doesn’t look like it will leave you short-changed. A feisty looking concept that chops more than two-feet from the Wrangler–but keeps the same wheelbase–there’s also an all-new grille, hood and tailgate. A decidedly retro feel is enhanced by some low-back bucket seats decked in luscious red leather and tartan.

  • Undersea Aquahoverer

    Undersea Aquahoverer

    Meet the Undersea Aquahoverer, a twin-passenger underwater dream-maker. Sub-marine adventuring as easy as automobile driving, this spectacular machine can reach depths of 400-feet, enabling you to witness the wonders of the underwater world, Nemo-style. This marine magic don’t come cheap however, but if you’ve got money to burn–or soak–it’s worth every penny.

  • Audi Q8

    Audi Q8

    A cool concept that hints at an SUV in the making, the Audi Q8, recently debuted at the Detroit auto show, sports a reimagining of that iconic grille now resting in front of a hybrid paired to a 3-liter V6 engine good for 442-hp and 516 lb-ft of torque. Nil to 62mph is reached in a respectable 5.4 seconds. We’ll certainly be keeping a look out to see how this pans out.

  • 2018 Kia Stinger

    2018 Kia Stinger

    The scene-stealing 2018 Kia Stinger sure is a shock to the industry system. Riffing on the GT concept, this super powerful fastback sport sedan is absolutely unlike anything this carmaker has ever produced before, and growling beneath that gorgeous prowling bodywork is a choice of a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-pot with around 190kW and 353Nm, or a 3.3-liter twin-turbo V6 developing an estimated 272kW and 510Nm—mated to a sole eight-speed automatic transmission.

  • Faraday Future FF91

    Faraday Future FF91

    An all-electric luxury SUV that has been causing quite a stir in the automobile world and beyond, the fabulous Faraday Future FF91 sports a 130kWh battery pack and high end features such as a retractable lidar sensor, and touch-sensitive screens throughout the vehicle. Price is yet to be announced, but expect a whistle to escape your lips when you eventually hear it.

  • Vanguard Roadster Motorcycle

    Vanguard Roadster Motorcycle

    You won’t know whether to ride or simply display the gorgeous Vanguard Roadster Motorcycle–but you’ll have a fair amount of time to consider it, a working prototype at present, this beast isn’t due to roll off production lines until 2018. The incredible design features cleverness such as a dual purpose engine that powers the bike and serves as a frame, rear-view camera and digital dash.

  • Husqvarna Vitpilen 401 Motorcycle

    Husqvarna Vitpilen 401 Motorcycle

    A beautiful beast of a bike, the Husqvarna Vitpilen 401 Motorcycle is a concept no more, promising to roll, snarling, from the production line some time next year. The state-of-the art styling is set to a revolutionary single-cylinder fuel injection 44hp engine with WP suspension, LED lights and street-focused Metzeler M5 tires.