This isn’t an early April Fools’ Day joke, but rather a real product that Microsoft unveiled for the holidays. Called the Xbox Mini Controller Hoodie, it’s designed to keep your gamepad nice and warm, thanks to its 100% Polyster construction. Just like a real hoodie, there is a zipper and tiny arm holes for the controller.
Limited to 18-units, each priced at $3,000,000 USD, the De Tomaso P900 hypercar is one reserved for the most serious of collectors. Power comes from a custom-built 6.2L V12 that generates 888 hp, mated to a sequential Xtrac transmission. At just 1,984-pounds, that is some major power for a vehicle that can rev up to 12,300rpm.
What started out as a 2007 Chrysler 300C quickly took a turn for the worse when its owner decided to give it a Rolls-Royce Phantom makeover, complete with a fabric roof and glass top for stargazing when the weather is nice. The owner did not mention any engine upgrades, so we can assume it’s powered by a 2.7L V6 making 190hp, mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission.
The world’s only matte black Ferrari Enzo is headed to auction, and it could be yours for the right price. That’s right, this is the only known Ferrari Enzo to be finished in Nero Opaca from the factory in Maranello and was previously owned by a member of the royal family of Brunei. Two other bespoke features you’ll find on this vehicle are large-sized seats and Rosso instruments.
An electric Mazda MX-5 Miata was possibly teased in the company’s Mid-Term Management Plan, which outlines their policies up to 2030. They set out to implement a three-phase approach through 2030 and will flexibly address electrification, with the first making use of their technology assets to achieve a reduction in our environmental footprint as well as produce attractive products.