It’s hard to feel too sorry for anyone who can afford a $1.4 million Ferrari… but it is certainly possible to feel sorry for the car itself. A video posted by YouTube user Gábor Grubits shows a man in Budapest crashing a $1.4 million LaFerrari just minutes after he bought it and drove it off the lot. More →
There are plenty of auto shows around the world each year, and each of the big ones has generally developed a unique reputation as far as what car fans should expect. In the case of the annual Geneva Motor Show, people expect to be blown away by exotic cars that most people will likely never even see in person, let alone own.
This year, the Geneva show did not disappoint. There are tons of sleek and sexy cars to salivate over, so narrowing the list down to a handful of particularly drool-worthy cars is an absolute necessity. More →
Think that $100,000 BMW your neighbor just bought is overpriced? What if we told you that a single car just fetched a price of nearly $10 million at a recent auction in Arizona? Gooding & Company held an automobile auction this past weekend in Arizona and the 20 priciest cars sold for a staggering $115 million, combined. Of course, we’re not talking about Fords and Hyundais off the line here. We’re talking about rare and exotic collector cars that are among the most desirable automobiles in the world. More →
We just came across a pretty interesting handset… no, it’s not a never-seen-before device, but it definitely caught our eye. It’s a Motorola Milestone that has been produced in limited quantities for Ferrari. We’ve been told Ferrari has given the device to members of its board, possibly executives and maybe even a couple good customers. Nothing has changed specifications-wise but still, it’s always fun to see high end companies dress up existing products in their gear. One more shot after the break! More →
RIM’s mythical sliding device finally got official after years and years of rumors. It’s being released tomorrow exclusively on AT&T and features the all new BlackBerry 6 operating system. We’re talking multitouch, gestures, redone multimedia applications, and a whole lot more. It packs the best camera of any BlackBerry, a touch screen, full keyboard, and even an optical trackpad to help with navigation. Not to mention it has a web browser that is actually usable, and everything is packed in a pretty tight package. We have been using a BlackBerry Torch 9800 for over 5 days, and we’re excited to share our thoughts on it with you. More →