The 1700 Horsepower LM2 Streamliner

Aiming squarely at both European and Asian hypercars, NYC-based Lyons Motor Car will be introducing its LM2 Streamliner next month at the New York International Auto Show. As expected, this concept is covered in a mind-bending, carbon fiber collection of exterior lines. Making the most of technological advances, the Streamliner is fully programmable via iPhone or other smartphone and they claim to have eliminated about 20 miles of chassis wiring. But what about this 1700 hp? Somewhere underneath is a twin turbo, twin intercooled DOHC V8 that generates 1700 horsepower. As this is a concept, performance can only be calculated, but Lyon figures that 0-60 is only 2.2 seconds with a standing ¼ mile just under 9 seconds. Top speed estimates are a mind-blowing 290 mph.
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Brilliant Bicycle Co.

Brilliant is rethinking the bicycle in a similar manner to what Harry's did for razors and Warby Parker did for glasses—beautiful products, no middle man and a cost that won't make you do a double take at checkout. The entire Brilliant brand was built from the ground up, including spending months in Taiwan at the ... continue reading
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The Shrine Shoe Rack Stores and Displays Your Shoes Like Art SPONSORED

Ideal for small apartments or tight spaces, this hand-finished, stainless steel shoe rack blends easily into your walls for a seamless, almost-invisible look. It holds 3 pairs of shoes at a time, displaying them tight against the wall (excellent for saving floor space), and works with low tops, high tops, flats, high heels, sandals and some boots. Plus, till the end of March take 20% off + Free Shipping with code AHACOOL20. ... check it out
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Triumph Salt Racer and Record Chaser

First things first, this is no ordinary motorcycle—it doesn't even have a headlight. This is a purpose-built, two wheel missile created for no other reason than setting records at the DLRA Speedweek on Lake Gairdner, Australia. Beginning with a 2008 Thruxton, the crew of speed junkies set their sights on coaxing ... continue reading
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Driven: 8 Vintage Rides on the Block

Every couple of weeks, we’re bringing you a roundup of vintage wheels on the auction block that we’re obsessing over. .link {text-decoration: underline; color: #000 !important;} 1970 Ford Bronco Just as we’re ready to give winter the middle finger, here comes the perfect vehicle for summertime. Recently ... continue reading
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Kahn Defender 2.2

Chelsea Truck Company, a London based part of Kahn Landmark, is no stranger to the capabilities and style of the Land Rover Defender. Paying careful attention to its timeless design, Chelsea Truck reimagines and reinvents the Defender into something worthy of its pedigree. Take this 2011 90 Hard Top for example. The ... continue reading
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Honda Bulldog Motorcycle Concept

There's no question that, for Urbanites, two-wheeled transportation is the way to go. But sometimes you gotta get away, and then what are you gonna do? Carry your stuff under one arm and attempt to steer with the other? Honda has you covered—hopefully—with their “lovable touring partner” Bulldog Concept motorcycle. ... continue reading
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Jeep Chief Concept

Every year, a few of the truly Jeep-obsessed make a pilgrimage to their Mecca: The Jeep Easter Safari. Set in Moab, UT, the Safari combines Jeeps in their natural environment and allows Jeep to highlight some truly amazing concepts. For example, while looking like a nicely restored '70s Cherokee, this Jeep Chief concept ... continue reading
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A Stunning 1957 Chrysler 300C Convertible

An exceptional example of early American muscle, this 1957 Chrysler 300C was nicknamed the “Banker’s Hot-Rod” and is one of only 484 made. The jet black paint is perfectly complemented by the tan leather interior and “jet-age” tailfins. Any car named the “banker’s hot-rod” certainly must have some ... continue reading
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Nissan GT-R Gold Edition

What’s that? The Nissan GT-R is turning 45? That's right and we can assure you that it wasn’t always this pretty. Looking straight out of an old Godzilla movie, the Nissan Skyline GT-R was first produced in 1969 and produced a whopping 160 horsepower. Fast forward to now and Nissan is celebrating with a special ... continue reading
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