Nico Rosberg was an F1 champion in 2016 with Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport and retired from the sport shortly after, but that didn’t stop his passion for automobiles. His latest vehicle purchase is none other than the Rimac Nevera #0001, which you guessed it, is the first production model to be delivered.
You’ve probably seen a 1988 Ferrari Testarossa, but most likely never finished in Marrone Metallizzato. This rare example rolled off the production line in March 1988 in this color over a beige leather interior, and is just one of 390 units destined for North America that year. With just 6,611-miles on its odometer, it’s safe to say that this was just a weekend cruiser.
Called the Xiaomi Mijia Glasses Camera, this pair of AR smartglasses gives off Google Glass vibes. Featuring Sony MicroOLED displays with a 3,281 ppi resolution and maximum brightness of 3,000 nits, an octa-core Qualcomm processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity as well as a 1020mAh battery that can be charged to 80% in just 30-minutes.
The F-Racer Junior is essentially a miniature Ferrari F40 go-kart that you can actually drive around and it’s being auctioned off at RM Sotheby’s Monterey event later this month. Measuring in at just 8.5′ x 5.25′ and weighing 551 pounds, this 3/4-scale supercar has a top speed of 35 mph, complete with a drivetrain that sports a key-start 270-cubic-centimeter gasoline engine, mated to a 2:1 reduction gearbox.
Samson Sky’s Switchblade flying car has just received FAA approval, which gives the company permission for flight testing. Think of it as a luxury car meets personal flying vehicle, powered by a hybrid electric-drive system. After your flight, its wings simply fold into the sides of the vehicle, allowing you to drive on the road like a normal car.