Alpina Automobiles recently announced their new 2014 BMW Alpina B4 Bi-Turbo Coupe for 2014. Its handsome aesthetics are matched by its impressive performance. Its capable of a top speed of 189 MPH, 410 horsepower, and a 0-60 MPH jaunt in 4.2 seconds thanks to a twin-turbocharged 3.0 Liter straight 6 eingine. Available Next May – $78,000+
Since most everything we own now is smart, why not beef up your home’s IQ with the Goldee Smart Lighting Controller ($250-$1,700). It wirelessly connects your home’s lighting to your home and is completely customizable thanks to smart on/off, a sleep timer, a night mode, and various security settings.
If you’re already the recipient of a Beer of the Month, then it only makes sense to couple it with membership into the Salami Of The Month Club ($140-$385). Cut from the finest Northwest Pork, each salami is marbled, spiced, chopped and ground in house to order, and is delivered in different varieties right to Continue Reading…
After nearly a year of anticipation, Ford has released their sixth generation Mustang. The new, lighter Mustang shed about 200 pounds, lost around 1.5-inches in height and length, and boasts modern styling along with lighter, aluminum fenders. The 2015 Ford Mustang will be available in a 3.7L V6, 5.0L V8, and a new 2.3L turbocharged Ecoboost 4 next year.
Are they boots or sneakers? Well technically they’re both, and just right for winter. Nike’s new military-inspired Air Force 1 Duckboots feature an orange accented rugged design consisting of leather and water resistant textiles along with a quilted ankle collar and insulated lining for maximum comfort. Learn more here.
Contrary to popular belief, Nike does skateboarding. And they do it well. Their SB Lunar One shot skate shoes, set for a December 26th release date, were designed with input from skateboarders Sean Malto and shane O’Neill. The result is a comfortable, highly functional set of shoes thanks to Lunarlon cushioning in the sole, Hyperscreen Continue Reading…
If you’re catching up on some home repair, ditch the bulky circular saw and opt for the Rockwell VersaCut ($99). Its 4.0 Amp saw action, laser indicator, and easy set depth indicator assure it can perform just as well as its larger counterpart, while a slim, ergonomic design gives you accurate cuts in those tight spots.
Skateboarding is a pretty awesome sport by itself. But light your board on fire while busting out tricks and suddenly it becomes something satisfyingly epic, especially when slowed down to 2000 frames per second. Watch skateboarders Jonathan and Jason Bastian shred on burning skateboards in this sweet video by BeyondSlowMotion. [via]