Andi has unviled the 2015 Audi S1, powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged four with something like 220 to 250 horsepower, quattro all-wheel drive, and a six-speed manual. It is basically supposed to be Golf GTI in a tiny package with all-wheel drive. More images jump more.
The snow bike conversion kit comes in short track, long track and snow cross models, which replaces your rear wheel with a spiked track that plows through ice and snow with no problem. "The LT (Long Track) kit is the same as the ST but with a longer track. The kit offers a 137” long track that is 12.5” wide with 2” tall paddles. This kit provides 20% more traction in deep snow over the ST kit and will give you a more secure feeling on a steep side hill allowing you to handle more extreme situations due to its added traction and longer foot print. The down side to having the longer track is that it will reduce the top speed of your bike on the trail by approximately 8 mph. It will also reduce the maneuverability simply because it is longer. The LT kit really shines for cross country riding when mounted to a suitable bike"
Ferrari has officially unveiled their latest version of its front-engined California, the California T. The car will be powered by their new turbo-charged engine is a 3.9-liter V8, that pushes out 560 hp and 557 lb-ft of torque.0-62 in 3.6 seconds and with a top speed of 196 mph. Other features include a retractable hard-top roof that turns it into a convertible in 14 seconds, magnetic suspension, carbon-ceramic brakes and more.
The giant isopod plush toy(Amazon) from Japan, Awesome!! It has been encutified to make it even more adorable than the real-life version, with big, round, loving eyes. As the product description notes, these are "passionately loved" by some in Japan and are regarded as "mysterious and cute" -- one in Toba Aquarium has (allegedly) eaten no food for over 4 years.
Sony shows off its waterproof Walkman, it's really waterproof, then get this: you can buy one packaged inside a full bottle of water. They pus the Walkman in an actual bottle of water and inside a vending machine. "The Bottled Walkman" is currently being sold from vending machines across New Zealand in places like gyms, swimming pools right beside neon-blue bottles of Gatorade. Cool idea!