Please Santa, Bring Us This Ferrari 488 GTE Lego Technic Set
The coronavirus pandemic is keeping us indoor more than usual and with winter just around the corner outdoor activities are becoming a rare treat. If Netflix and board games aren’t enough to keep your weekends entertaining, we have good news for you: Lego is releasing a new Technic kit. And it’s a Ferrari 488 GTE. It’s red, it comes with colored decals, and it will brighten up your room. Not to mention the hours of fun you will have building it.
These Lamborghini Headphones Would Go Really Well With Your New Urus SUV
The special edition headphones are based on two of Master & Dynamic’s most celebrated products: the MW65 Active Noise-Cancelling Wireless Headphones and the MW07 Plus True Wireless Earphones. Both products are dressed to the nines in Lamborghini branding and just like the Italian supercars that come out of Sant’Agata, the headphones carry premium pricing, ranging from $450 to close to $700. The Lambo headphones and earphones are now available on the online stores of Lamborghini and Master & Dynamic.
Lego And McLaren Show Senna GTR Technic Set And We’re Reaching for Our Credit Cards
Porsche’s New Partnership with PUMA is all the Sneaker Hype You Need on a Monday
The Porsche 911 Turbo is arguably one of the most iconic cars in history. A car of that stature doesn’t just stay a car; its name lives on in other ways like, say, a limited-edition sneaker line that comes courtesy of Porsche’s partnership with sports apparel company PUMA.
The two German brands are teaming up to create this line of special edition shoes to celebrate the legend of the 911 Turbo. Only 500 pairs of shoes will be created across the entire size range, and if you’re looking to score a pair, you best be quick about it. The range will launch on November 17, 2020, and if it’s as hyped as we think it is, those 500 pairs will be gone faster than the 992-generation 911 Turbo can hit a quarter-mile. That’s 10.1 seconds at 137 mph, by the way.
Best Hot Wheels Tracks Ranked
One of the best ways to have fun when not behind the wheel of your actual car is with Hot Wheels track sets. Whether you are a kid at heart or you’re shopping for one, Hot Wheels offer enormous variety through many different sets, each with their unique features, design, and even stories. The variety is so big that it might be overwhelming when faced with the choice. Luckily for you, we did most of the heavy lifting. Here’s a list of the Top 10 best Hot Wheels Track sets currently out there.
Ladies: Buy Your Man This Ghostbusters Ecto-1 LEGO Set and He’ll Definitely Do the Dishes for a Year
The Ecto-1 is one of those iconic movie cars people don’t talk too much about these days. I guess we’re all too busy salivating at the sight of James Bond’s vehicles throughout the years to even realize how much we miss gems like the Ecto-1.
Have no fear, Ghostbusters fans! Lego is making sure the Ecto-1 reaches your desk and stays in other people’s memories, too, with a new interpretation of the iconic ghost-busting car. Yup, Lego is making a new Ectomobile set.
There’s No Outrunning Nostalgia With This Sit-Down Arcade Cabinet
Back in the 1980s when every kid could be spotted in an arcade parlor during weekends, Sega’s OutRun was one of the most popular go-to machines. Whether it was the stand-up cabinet versions of the more elaborate sit-down versions, OutRun had plenty of fans.
That’s important to note because while arcade parlors are no longer around, the game is making a comeback courtesy of Arcade1Up. The direct-to-consumer arcade builder is offering a limited number of OutRun sit-down arcade cabinets — in all their 8-bit glory — that you can order for just $499. We don’t need to tell you that it’s a great Christmas gift for your beloved, especially if he/she grew up chugging cans of Tab, using hair spray on their hair, and running through a piggy bank’s worth of quarters in these arcade parlors.
Our Favorite Entry-Level RC Car Is Super Cheap Right Now!
Christmas is around the corner, and with the coronavirus pandemic crippling our abilities to go out and do some holiday shopping the traditional way, going the online route has become the more popular route to address our holiday shopping needs.
One item that we have our eyes on is suited for children and adults alike. It’s the SPESXFUN 2020 1/14 scale, high-speed remote control car that you can buy now for a fraction of its price. On top of seeing the excited face of the person you give this gift to, this remote control off-road truck can be bought for just under $40. That’s a sweet deal for a holiday present that’s going to make you the star of your household.
The 5 Fastest RC Cars You Can Buy Today
Mankind’s need for speed transcends full-size cars and motorsport to stretch into video games and toy cars, too - RC cars, to be more precise.
So whether you’re looking to impress you pals with your brand-new lightning-quick RC car or you just enjoy raising a rooster tail after a heavy rain on your street, here are some of the fastest RC cars you can buy (and maybe race) today.
You Have to Check Out The Ninebot Electric Gokart on Indiegogo
Go-karts seem to have remained unchanged for years and the same applies to those so-called leisure karts you can rent and turn a few laps in at your local kart-o-drome. That’s why the Ninebot Gokart PRO developed by Segway feels like a breath of fresh air.
With a range of 15.5 miles on one battery charge, an output of up to 4,800 W (6.43 horsepower) and 70.8 pound-feet of torque, and a top speed of up to 23 mph with drift mode included the Gokart PRO is a massive evolution over the company’s Go-Kart Kit with Mini PRO that we’ve seen before. The good news is that enough people have backed this project for it to make it into production but no more than about 1,000 units will be made.
Aston Martin Finally Has an Electric Car And It’s Crazy Cute
Aston Martin just introduced an all-electric version of the DB5. Wait; what? Wasn’t the DB5 discontinued back in 1965? Yes, it was, although the company built an additional 25 chassis in 2020, but this EV is not an authentic DB5. It’s a two-thirds scale version of the iconic grand tourer. It’s called the DB5 Junior to reflect its smaller scale, and it’s being built in cooperation with The Little Car Company.
10 Best RC Cars
In a world where tablets, smartphones, and apps make for a lot of a child’s play arsenal, RC cars have the potential to get your kiddo out in the open where he can enjoy same real, palpable action by controlling his own RC car. And who knows, maybe he’ll even turn into an out-and-out petrolhead with a successful career in motor racing or off-road racing..
Needless to say, the RC car market is filled with avenues. We’ve picked 10 RC cars that suit all preferences and pockets. Let’s check them out, shall we?
This McLaren Senna Electric Car Is the Best Way To Introduce Your Little One to the World of Cars
The Senna is McLaren’s latest and, arguably, most extreme hypercar, a 789-horsepower track-focused machine befitting of McLaren’s Ultimate Series of models that includes the P1 and the F1. At almost $1 million a pop, it was also one of McLaren’s most expensive models when introduced two years ago but that didn’t stop the 500-unit production run to sell out within days.
Fear not, however, as we have an alternative for you Senna-lovers out there that doesn’t even cost $1,000, not even $500 and, better yet, is just big enough for your kid to enjoy. Just beware of the day when your kid outgrows this scaled-down Senna and asks for the real thing.