Photo credit: Alexey Semenov
Swedish automotive brand Polestar may not have announced an electric hypercar, but that didn’t stop automotive designer Alexey Semenov from coming up with the Polestar_21 Aero Coupe Concept. The closest thing to a performance model you can find on the market today from the automaker is the Polestar 2 BST edition 270, which has two electric motors making 476 hp and 502 lb-ft of torque, enabling it to hit 60 mph in 4.2-seconds.
A Suzuki Samurai, also known as a Suzuki Jimmy in other parts of the world, isn’t typically a vehicle you would expect to see at Japan’s famed Tsukaba Circuit, but this modified version showed up and showed just how capable this mini off-road SUV really is. It comes powered by a 1.3L four-cylinder engine making 63 hp from the factory, but this one clearly has some upgrades.
Building upon its predecessor, the Fujifilm INSTAX MINI 12 retains a similar aesthetic and carries over most of the features you love including Close-Up Mode and Auto Exposure. However, this new model adds a Parallax Correction feature, where the viewfinder aligns with the lens when using Close-Up Mode, thus minimizing object shifts to produce a centered photograph.
For those who want a truly rare supercar, look no further than this 1978 Ferrari 512 BB Koenig Special. It includes the full Koenig Specials body kit, which consists of an aggressive rear clam with wider wheel arches as well as NACA ducts, flared side skirts, and the deep dish front bumper sporting an air splitter.
Limited to just 8-units worldwide, the MANSORY Gronos Coupé EVO C turns the Mercedes G-Class into a color-shifting coupe and each vehicle is delivered as a one-off finished in a special ‘fludium paint chrome atmosphere’. To transform the 4-door G63 into a 2-door configuration, they first remove all the doors before moving the B-pillar to the rear to provide room for the revamped front doors.