Dartz’s New MOJO and JO-MOJO cars

Dartz Mojo 1

By Richie Rich

Posted 11 Oct 2011 6:21 pm

Already having produced the Prombron armored SUV, the Lithuanian car manufacturer Dartz is focusing on creating two two-seater supercars. With their unique style and design, the company was founded by Leonard Yankelovich, a visionary in car industry and a mind that doesn’t relate to today’s standards. Only the current photos are available, yet, the names of these cars, the MOJO and the JO-MOJO, put Dartz in the incriminated chair. Some cool innovations are the glass roof top that slides backwards to provide access inside the car, replacing the usual doors, and the design, which is everything but not related to any car-model

Buben & Zorweg Titan Watch Safe

Buben and Zorweg Titan Watch Safe 1

By Richie Rich

Posted 11 Oct 2011 6:15 pm

Being more than a perfect decoration for any household, the Titan watch safe, produced by Buben & Zorweg, is one of the few products in its genre whose security features match up the VDS IV European Standards. It’s meant to keep your priceless possessions safe, with the help of modern technology. Tobacco products or jewelry can be held on top of the safe, in specially humidified compartments. Between these lies a MP3 player socket and charging port. A large handle covers the secret control panel, the particular entry into the safe, providing 2 main compartments with an in-built capacity of 36 watches.

World’s First Floating Golf Course in Maldives

Floating Golf Course in Maldives 1

By Richie Rich

Posted 11 Oct 2011 6:07 pm

The Maldives will be the chosen location for a brand new golf course: The World’s First Floating Golf Course is on the verge of development, costing around $500 million. It is laid over three linked islands, comprising a conservation center, 200 villas and 45 private islands. An underwater tunnel ties the islands with a clubhouse, through which golfers can head from a shot to another, or get to relax a bit at the bar. Another network of underwater tunnels connects the series of floating platforms, each containing two or three holes. All these are also connected to hotels around the complex, for

1969 BMW ‘Spicup’ Convertible Coupe up for auction

1969 BMW Spicup Convertible Coupe 1

By Richie Rich

Posted 9 Oct 2011 11:48 pm

Based on the model designed and built in 1969, the BMW Bertone Spicup coupe convertible is made out of completely refurbished parts based on the original projects and designs, a brand new paint-job comprising many green tones. It is programmed to be auctioned at an event by Bonham’s. In the 1960’s, during a well-known revolution of culture, music, fashion and beliefs, the showcase engineer Enzo Congolani was summoned by BMW to prove his mastery in car-related industry. Thus, the BMW Bertone Spicup coupe convertible came to life, with brand new ideas and an innovative retractable roof. The rare model hadn’t been put

Rolls Royce-inspired Illusion Superyacht by Raffles Yacht

Illusion Superyacht by Raffles Yacht 1

By Richie Rich

Posted 9 Oct 2011 11:40 pm

A new sailing marvel, the Illusion superyacht, is built to bring the Rolls Royce design and perfection in craftsmanship to the wealthy Chinese population. Estimated to be finished in 2014, this masterpiece is an addition to Rolls Royce’s China targeted luxury vehicles, besides the $3,8 million Phantom car and the “Year of the Dragon” edition of Rolls Royce Phantom. It will feature all types of luxury-related amenities with a modern minimalistic theme. The Raffles shipyard will be constructing the 90-meter-long vessel which will be able to accommodate 14 guests and 27 staff. The decks will consist of double-bedded staterooms, open-air lounge areas,

The stunning Villa Ronde on Japan’s coast

Villa Ronde 1

By Richie Rich

Posted 9 Oct 2011 11:33 pm

With a round design built for the Japanese winds and sunlight, this Ciel Rouge Creation and Henri Gyeundan Architects masterpiece, the Villa Ronde, decorates the Nippon landscape with its white walls, a naturally green roof and wooden lines. This mansion is built around the principle of mystery; anyone looking from near the sea towards its location will be trying to guess whether it’s a sculpture or a stand-alone home. The natural conditions emphasize this, with winds that silently blow throughout the courtyard and lights penetrating the perforated facades. The design adds more light to the estate through the huge floor-to-ceiling windows and

Porsche Stingray GTR with Gold/Crocodile Interior

Porsche Stingray GTR by TopCar 1

By Richie Rich

Posted 9 Oct 2011 11:25 pm

By choosing a Porsche Panamera Turbo S and tuning it to the most extreme extravagance possible, the Russian tuning company TopCar, has decided to put any car-manufacturer out there to the corner. Built with crocodile skin and gold-finish interior, this masterpiece is going to scare every eco-lover in the world. It will come as a limited edition, so that the croc population doesn’t get exterminated. The car will possess ADV.1 ultra-light forged disks and the “Stingray” wide body kit, to add to its name, while the engine and mechanical parts will be kept original. The interior will be totally covered in crocodile

Epoque Reference loudspeakers by Gobel

Gobel Epoque Reference loudspeakers 1

By Richie Rich

Posted 9 Oct 2011 11:12 pm

It has previously been proven that carbon fiber is no longer used strictly in vehicle-related industry, but in audio-video technology as well. Some good examples are Carboton Matraisse (available at $50,000) or the Prerenaissance set (priced at around $140,000), with extraordinary audio performance. The latest that have come onto the market are the Epoque speakers, by Göbel. Comprising the well-known Göbel-patented bending wave-driver with 8 aluminum passive radiators and 4 long throw chassis, this set offers great audio performance and dispersion, in spite of the vertical layout they possess. They are customizable at the client’s wish, from the semi-glossed finish they can

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