Rides

  • Xhibitionist Megayacht

    Xhibitionist Megayacht

    If you’re looking for somewhere to park your supercars may we suggest the Xhibitionist Megayacht, a vessel for both Bruce Wayne and Batman at once. Vehicle parking spaces aside, it also features a Steinway piano, a dual staircase and fine crystal Baccarat lighting. Its solar panels emerge from under a car-hood-like deck and double up as a concert space or helipad with space for three helicopters. Seriously, who needs three helicopters?

     
  • 2015 Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie

    2015 Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie

      Who doesn’t want to ride a legend? If you can handle one, that is. The 2015 Honda Gold Wing Valkyrie puts all other cruisers in the shade, even the company’s own models. Bigger and bolder than ever, it sports a 6-cylinder 1832cc engine, housed with a chassis that’s as grand – and comfortable – as a couch.

     
  • Lexus LF-C2

    Lexus LF-C2

    A stunning sign of what to expect in the hopefully not-too-distant future, the Lexus LF-C2 is an emboldened bolt of sporting sunshine. The 2+2 roadster sports an open-air design ideal for winding summer drives. Its curvaceous figure is finished with a flattering multi-layered paint job and rides on cool five-spoke 20-inch alloys. Luxurious interior treats include LED lighting, soft leather seating and center console with touchpad.

     
  • Kormaran

    Kormaran

    What do you get if you mix a monohull, a catamaran, a trimaran and a whole heap of badassness? This. The Kormaran promises to be the new king of the waves, offering speed, luxury and style. It’s forged from carbon fiber and can transform, Optimus Prime-like, while on the move.

     
  • Moto Guzzi Custom Kit

    Moto Guzzi Custom Kit

    From the legendary Italian motorcycle manufacturers comes some very cool tailoring technology. There are four Moto Guzzi Custom Kits available —The Dapper, The Dark Rider, The Scrambler, and The Legend — all of which enable bikers to truly transform and personalize their rides. The bundles are aimed at the company’s V7 motorbikes, but if you know anything about customization, you know that shouldn’t stop you mixing it up.

     
  • 2015 Honda Ruckus

    2015 Honda Ruckus

    The pugnacious Honda Ruckus sure is one tough looking ride. Honda aimed for an “urban warrior look” with their minimalist design, and they’ve not only hit the bull’s-eye, they’ve struck gold. The liquid-cooled single-cylinder 49cc engine offers plenty of green grunt while the V–matic auto transmission makes city slicking a breeze.

     
  • Quadrofoil

    Quadrofoil

    Carve out some waves with a clear conscience with the sublime Qudrofoil, the world’s first all-electric hydrofoiling personal watercraft. Its maintenance costs are nearly as low as its emissions (which are zero, by the way), all of which are inversely proportional to the amount of fun it provides. The aerodynamic design slices through the waves at up to 20 knots, and its silent motor means you can take it anywhere. Well, anywhere there’s water, obviously.

     
  • AEV Filson Edition Wrangler

    AEV Filson Edition Wrangler

    Nowhere is off limits with this latest beast from Jeep, the stunning AEV Filson Edition Wrangler. Among its most ferocious features are an optional 5.7L or 6.4L HEMI V8 engine, 3-1/2″ DualSport SC suspension, 35″ BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain KM2 tires, a 9,500-pound WARN winch and a heat reduction hood. You can opt for a two or four door model, both of which come with a special edition duffle bag, briefcase and snap-closure seat back pockets.