Check Out The New 2017 Audi R8 V10 Lasers Plus Edition

Audi just realesed its laser light technology in the United States thanks to this special R8. The 2017 R8 V10 Plus Exclusive Edition brags about a laser high beam module, working alongside the full LED headlights of the supercar, with each headlamp benefiting from four high-intensity laser diodes.

This laser lighting system also makes use of a phosphor converter, which was specifically designed to transform the beam into a bright and pure white light at speeds of over 40 mph (64 km/h).


Aside from the unique and advanced lighting system, this special edition of the new Audi R8 also features an exclusive Quantum Gray exterior paint job, carbon fiber side blades with a Solar Orange stripe, and an eye catching set of 20″ alloys.

Limited to just 25 units, the R8 V10 Plus Edition also features a new carbon fiber diffuser, front lip spoiler, side mirror casings and a fixed rear wing, making this supercar even more appealing than it normally is.


On the inside, lucky owners of this beauty will enjoy the Full Leather package in a Black/Signal orange theme signed by Audi Exclusive; this means a special steering wheel, illuminated door sills with the ‘One of 25’ lettering, Alcantara headliner, and different floor mats. Expect to pay $229,200 for this menacing vehicle.


Check Out The World’s Most Expensive Tesla Model S

What you’re looking at here is what is currently claimed to be the “world’s most expensive Tesla Model S.” While the $123,770 price tag on a fully-tricked out Model S from the factory is nothing to sneeze at, the modders at T Sportline managed to add over $82,000 to that price.

They started out with a top-of-the-line Model S with the 85kWH battery, “performance plus” brake and carbon fiber spoiler package, air suspension, tech package, high-fidelity sound system, panoramic sunroof and 21-inch grey turbine wheels. We’re actually just fine with the way the Model S looks straight from the factory, but some can’t leave well enough alone.

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Check Out The World’s Most Expensive Tesla Model S interior

Aeromobil: The Flying Car Has Finally Arrived WOW!

The swing-wing, six-meter-long steel and carbon-fiber flying car is out. It transforms in seconds from an automobile to an airplane and gives you freedom to move.

The Aeromobil, designed and built in Slovakia, has a flight range of 543 miles or 875 kilometres, or can drive with a top speed of up to 124 mph or 200 km/h. Pretty fast for something that has this unusual dual-use.

It can also take off inside 300 metres (ideally on grass) and land within 50 metres, making it highly flexible.

Aeromobil- The Flying Car Has Finally Arrived WOW!

AeroMobil is a flying car that perfectly makes use of existing infrastructure created for automobiles and planes, and opens doors to real door-to-door travel. As a car it fits into any standard parking space, uses regular gasoline, and can be used in road traffic just like any other car. As a plane it can use any airport in the world, but can also take off and land using any grass strip or paved surface just a few hundred meters long.

The current flying car prototype AeroMobil 3.0 incorporates significant improvements and upgrades to the previous pre-prototype AeroMobil 2.5. It is now finalised and has been in regular flight-testing program in real flight conditions since October 2014.

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The AeroMobil 3.0 is built from advanced composite material. That includes its body shell, wings, and wheels. It also contains all the main features that are likely to be incorporated into the final product, such as avionics equipment, autopilot and an advanced parachute deployment system.

AeroMobil also implements a number of other advanced technologies, such as a variable angle of attack of the wings that significantly shortens the take-off requirements, and sturdy suspension that enables it to take-off and land even at relatively rough terrain.

McLaren Released The Luxury 650S Can-Am Especial Edition

McLaren celebrate its 50th anniversary of the inaugural year of the Canadian-American Challenge Cup with this limited edition model. The race series ran from 1966 to 1987, and featured drivers such as Graham Hill, John Surtees, Jackie Stewart and Bruce McLaren.

The exclusive 650S has a retractable carbon fiber hard top, custom forged alloy wheels, quad exhaust, carbon fiber hood and rear wing, and of course the 650 hp, 3.8L turbo V8 that the 650S is named for.

McLaren 650SCan-Am


▪ 650S Can-Am celebrates the 50th anniversary of the inaugural Can-Am racing season
▪ Unique design created by the bespoke division of McLaren, MSO, and inspired by the McLaren Can-Am racers of the 1960s
▪ Strictly limited to only 50 examples globally, all based on the 650S Spider, and priced from £255,850
▪ Learn more about the 650S Can-Am, and the racing heritage of McLaren, at

McLaren established itself throughout the 1960s and 70s as a world-beating force in one of the most extreme forms of motorsport, Can-Am, winning five consecutive championships between 1967 and 1971. In honour of the 50th anniversary of the 1966 inaugural season, McLaren Special Operations (MSO) has created the limited production 650S Can-Am which takes its inspiration from the race cars of this golden age of motorsport. The 650S Can-Am can be commissioned now priced at £255,850 with deliveries set to commence in the spring of 2016, 50 years on from the first race at Mont Tremblant, Canada. Just 50 examples will be produced globally, all based on the 650S Spider.

The Can-Am series, or Canadian-American Challenge Cup, was a no-holds-barred battle of power and speed around some of the most iconic circuits in North America and Canada. It attracted the best drivers of the time including Graham Hill, John Surtees, Jackie Stewart and, of course, Bruce McLaren. The championship started in 1966, only a year after Bruce McLaren Motor Racing was established and in the series that followed, the young Kiwi became one of most successful names in the sport.

Key to the success of the McLaren Can-Am racers was the use of the latest technologies and materials. This principle is carried through to today’s 650S Can-Am. Where lightweight materials such as aluminium and mallite were used in the construction of yesterday’s racers, the modern-day celebration features extensive carbon fibre not least in the construction of its lightweight MonoCell chassis. A carbon fibre retractable hard top features for the first time while further carbon fibre is used for the bonnet, Airbrake, front splitter, rear bumper centre, door blades and 650S Can-Am branded sill cover. MSO has also created a unique set of lightweight forged alloy wheels inspired by those of the 1960s racers with a gloss-black finish on each of the five spokes and a diamond cut rim. Held in place by titanium bolts, the wheels are shod with Pirelli P Zero™ Corsa tyres. Carbon ceramic brakes with black painted callipers are standard equipment.

Further unique features inspired by the iconic Can-Am racers include carbon fibre louvered front wings and a new quad-exit, polished stainless steel exhaust system. The louvres are designed to reduce pressure over the front wheels and increase downforce, while the four circular tailpipes at the rear of the car housed within a new visual carbon fibre rear grille echo the aggressive and purposeful throttle trumpets of the historic models. They also provide the 650S Can-Am with a unique soundtrack.
Like the 650S Spider, this limited production model features the award-winning 3.8-litre twin turbo V8 which produces 650PS (641bhp) and 678Nm (500 lb ft) of torque. Performance and economy figures are just as exhilarating: zero to 62 mph (100 km/h) sprint takes a mere three seconds and its top speed is 204 mph (329 km/h).

The 650S Can-Am is offered in three bold colours. The launch colour, Mars Red, is directly inspired by the M1B raced by Bruce McLaren and his teammate Chris Amon in the debut season. The second colour, Papaya Spark, is a modern and metallic take on the famous Can-Am racing McLaren Orange. The final option is Onyx Black which is similar to the base colour used by many of the McLaren customer teams in the later seasons. Each is additionally available with a corresponding racing livery to give an even closer visual association with the historic Can-Am series.

Inside, the standard sports seats are upholstered with leather and Alcantara® which complement the exterior. Carbon fibre naturally features extensively throughout the cabin while a further bespoke Can-Am touch is the unique dedication plaque on the driver’s door.

Commenting on the 650S Can-Am, Paul Mackenzie, Executive Director of McLaren Special Operations explains: ‘Can-Am racing is a major part of McLaren heritage, and this latest model from MSO pays homage to the cars and the racers who played a key role in making the championship such a spectacle during the 1960s and 70s. The championship was a true test of the engineering ability, driving talent and bravery of Bruce and his teammates, which led them to secure five consecutive championships.
‘The 650S Can-Am is a modern day interpretation with a mixture of functional design features taken from the all-conquering models, combined with the lightest and most pioneering materials available, as was the case with the race cars. The extensive use of lightweight visual carbon fibre, including for the retractable hard top, adds to car’s dramatic appearance and with the roof down, drivers are treated to a stirring V8 soundtrack just as Bruce and his teammates enjoyed.’
See the 650S Can-Am, and the learn more about heritage behind the name, at

About McLaren Automotive:
McLaren Automotive is a British manufacturer of luxury, high-performance sports cars, located at the McLaren Technology Centre (MTC) in Woking, Surrey.
Following the global launch of McLaren Automotive in 2010, the groundbreaking 12C was launched in 2011, the 12C Spider in 2012, and the limited-run McLaren P1™ went into production in 2013. In keeping with its plan to introduce a new model each year, the company unveiled the 650S, in coupe and Spider form in 2014, and has announced the Sports Series among the models to be introduced in 2015. The brand continues to expand, and McLaren posted a profit during 2013 – only the third year of vehicle production. This was followed in 2014, by a third consecutive year of growth in sales with a record 1,649 vehicles delivered via a dedicated global network of retailers in every major automotive market.

McLaren 650S Can-Am