The 2+2 features a three-cylinder gas engine with BMW’s TwinPower Turbo technology that works in conjunction with BMW’s eDrive system to deliver a total of 362 hp (420 lb-ft of torque) giving the i8 a 0-62 time of 4.4 seconds and a top speed of 155 mph (120 mph on electric power alone). Being an “i” car, the i8 is all about efficiency, the car has an all-electric range of up to 22 miles and a combined range of up to 310 miles when throwing gas in the mix. As for tech the i8 has it in spades, you’ll find that full-LED headlights are standard and BMW will also offer a world’s first in a production vehicle, optional laser headlights which are significantly brighter than LEDs and consume half as much energy. ConnectedDrive also keeps you connected to your car via BMW’s i Remote smartphone app, updates on nearby charging stations, and a Surround View camera system that gives you a bird’s eye view of the car. Look for the BMW i8 to hit showrooms in early 2014.
A must have for any Breaking Bad junkie like me
The Breaking Bad Complete Series Set ($225) is housed inside a replica black barrel, just like the ones Mr. White prefers to stash and bury his millions in. The bounty includes all 62 episodes and over 55 hours of bonus features, spreading across all five seasons, an all new two hour documentary, a booklet with a letter from Vince Gilligan, and even a Los Pollos Hermanos apron that would make Gustavo Fring proud.
The 899 Panigale. Slotted right under the 1199, the bike features a new Superquadro engine that produces 148 hp and 73lb-ft of torque. It will also feature triple stage ABS, Ducati Traction Control, Ducati Quick Shift, Engine Brake control, and will weigh in at 372.5 lbs.
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The portable gadget measures in at 6 cm x 10 cm and connects to TVs allowing users to play Vita and PSP games. In addition, users can access a broad range of entertainment services such as Hulu, and Sony’s own Music Unlimited and Video Unlimited.
The device launches in Japan on November 14 for 9,480 yen, around $99, and will also be available with a controller (it connects to standard PS controllers) and storage card for 14,995 yen, approximately $150. As of now, there’s no word yet on whether the PS Vita TV will make it overseas, nor at what cost.
The technology behind the “Jean Bugatti” Veyron is based on the Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, whose 8-liter W16 engine generates 1,200 PS and 1,500-Nm torque at 3,000 to 5,000 rpm, and goes from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.6 seconds.
The vehicle is priced at a cool 2.28 million euros before taxes and other charges.