Steven Spielberg has just sold his “Seven Seas” superyacht for $151-million USD and it looks to be worth every penny, or at least compared to its competitors. It was originally built by Dutch shipyard Oceanco back in 2010, and measures 282-feet, which is large enough to accommodate up to 20 guests in nine staterooms as well as 28 crew members.
The Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 hybrid supercar is already sold out and the first deliveries are expected some time next year. However, one pre-production unit has been spotted in the wild, most likely near the company’s factory in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy.
The sleek 2022 Rolls-Royce Black Badge Ghost is unlike any other that came before it, and that’s because the vehicle is coated in the world’s darkest black automotive paint. More specifically, 100-pounds of paint that was atomized and then applied to an electrostatically charged body in white before being oven dried.
Pininfarina is typically known for its stunning automobile designs, but their latest project comes in the form of Persico Marine’s F70 hyperboat. This isn’t a yacht, but rather a water vessel designed for both speed and luxury, complete with a 2,045-square-foot furling mainsail.
The Polydrops P17X Explorer is not only an electric vehicle-compatible trailer, but it’s designed to go off-road. Featuring a geometric teardrop design, it sports a 4.8-kWh or 12-kWh power system, including 130-watt / 260-watt solar panels that can be used to boost an electric car or truck in emergency situations.