It’s official, the mascots of the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics have been revealed, and it’s the Phryges. These two mascots are not animals, but rather Phrygian caps, which represent a strong symbol of liberty, inclusivity and the capability of people to support great causes. They are designed in a red, white and blue colorway, with the golden Paris 2024 logo emblazoned across their chests.
Limited to just 222-units worldwide, this Porsche x Duotone kite was designed by Florian Panther and sports a dynamically reduced design language. Many of its features were inspired by the iconic Porsche 911, including the wheel arch vent slits, a racing number and arrows would normally point towards the tow hooks on a real race car.
This golf cart hovercraft may look familiar, and that’s because Bubba Watson was spotted in one many years ago. Now, it can be yours for $58,000 USD. Power comes from a twin-cylinder Hirth engine making 64 hp, which drives the nine-blade axial-flow ducted fan and propels the craft up to 45 mph. It can hover 9-inch off the ground without harming grass, allowing you to easily cross a pond or stream.
Disc golf is basically a flying disc sport where players aim for a target and uses similar rules to golf. Engineer Shane Wighton set out to build the world’s fastest disc golf launcher at home, all powered by a custom power pack.
ESPN’s The Last Dance documentary not only showcases the life of Michael Jordan, but his many vehicles too, including this 1996 Meredes-Benz S600 Lorinser. For those who have seen this part, you’ll know that Michael Jordan throws out the first pitch at an MLB game before taking off in his customized W140 S-class to escape the press.