It’s official, the 2023 BMW iX1 is the company’s first all-wheel-drive electric vehicle, and it’s a doozy. Power comes from two electric motors that generate a combined 313 hp and 365 lb-ft of torque, enabling it to hit 62 mph in a zippy 5.7-seconds, while topping out at 112 mph. A 64.7 kWh battery pack sends power to these motors and installed flat in the floor of the vehicle.
Always wanted a Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport and have $4-million-plus to spare? You could own this pristine example, which is one of sixty ever produced, with just 479-miles on the odometer. It was delivered new to Bugatti Greenwich in Connecticut and first registered in Montana before it was acquired by the selling dealer in May 2022.
BMW teamed up with Swarovski to develop a crystal headlight for the all-new i7 unlike any other that you’ve seen before. These crystals, which come in two pairs each, are located in the upper spotlight along their entire length. Since these are individually controlled LEDs, it creates a surreal, lively glow, while also forming the daytime running light and the indicator light.
Unlike standard Rolls-Royce vehicles, the Boat Tail was built entirely by hand, with each of the body panels fabricated from vast, single sheets of aluminum to create the distinctive outline inspired by racing yachts of the early 20th century. This one-of-a-kind vehicle was commissioned by someone whose family business has grown from his father’s origins in the pearling industry.
If you demand nothing but the most luxurious business jet, then look no further than the Bombardier Global 8000 aircraft. It’s claimed to be the world’s fastest and longest-range purpose-built business jet with an industry-leading range of 8,000 nautical miles as well as a top speed of Mach 0.94, making it the leader in the long-range class.