This LEGO Technic Ford F-150 Raptor Kit Is A Must-Have for Raptor Fans
When you talk to a layman about Legos, he’s going to dismiss them as toys for kids. But, the company’s Technic division has made some serious strides when it comes to creating car models. It’s not just the fun kits like the Porsche 911 or the Ford GT, Lego has even created life-size, full-scale models like the McLaren 720S, the Bugatti Chiron, the McLaren Senna, and most recently, the Lamborghini Sian FKP37.
The company has taken a break from supercars, it seems, and has come up with a kit for the 2021 F-150 Raptor. The 2021 F-150 Raptor Lego Technic Kit comprises of 1,379 pieces and will be up for sale in August or early October. You’ll have to shell out 100 bucks for this kit.
The Traxxas Chevy C10 R/C Drag Racer Is What Dreams Are Made Of
Best Car Speakers In 2021
Music can help brighten up your day, no matter the situation. Getting a pleasing set of speakers to enjoy those tunes are well worth it. Apart from crispier vocals and thumping bass, a good set of aftermarket speakers can also help you save space and upgrade that dull audio setup from the factory. So, we have sorted out and listed down the top 10 best speakers to buy in 2021 that will amplify your experience without hurting your pocket.
Best Car Phone Mounts In 2021
Smartphones have become an integral part of our lives. These tiny screens have made life simpler and portable. Using a phone is quite dangerous and illegal while driving, but there are certain perks that can make your smartphone a wise companion on the road.
Using maps, or playing your favorite playlist are functions that can make traveling easier and lighten up your mood. And a car phone mount is the perfect accessory that can help you use your smartphone without getting distracted on the road. These mounts come in varying shapes and we help you out by sorting out the best ones you can buy in 2021.
Best Car Waxes To Buy In 2021
Everyone loves a spotless and sparkling car in their garage! It gives you a soothing sensation when your ride is all dolled up and shiny. But maintaining that shine and protecting your car exterior is not an easy job, especially when there is a lot of driving involved. But car waxes prove to be an easy escape from being saddened by a dull car exterior and avoid those frequent body professional visits. These waxes are formulated to be easy-to-use, provide lasting shine and protect the paint job to an extent. We sort out the top 10 car waxes to buy in 2021.
Best Car Gadgets In 2021
The ever-evolving world of gadgets and gizmos never ceases to impress us. These pieces of technology make life a lot easier. Driving a car is somewhat an unpredictable experience, with a lot of factors at play. So, it’s always wise for someone to have your back during those drives. Gadgets focused on safety, convenience, car care, and convenience makes driving a car a lot more comfortable and interesting. We bundle up some of the coolest and useful car gadgets you can buy in 2021.
This 1983 Porsche 911 Cabriolet Has Honda Power, But It’s Not What You Think
Let’s be serious: who doesn’t dream about owning and daily driving the living daylight out of a Porsche 911? With the answer to that question in mind, imagine how you would have reacted as a kid if you got this 911 toy-car for your birthday.
Arguably, it might be too late for us adults to live those kinds of emotions, but if you have got a kid and about $18,000 lying around, this Honda-powered miniature 911 made by Porsche could turn you into the ultimate mom or/and dad.
Porsche and TAG Heuer Collaborate on New $6,000 Timepiece
Porsche and TAG Heuer have collaborated in the past in various capacities, but the two brands have never formalized that partnership until now. Porsche and TAG Heuer are now official strategic partners, and to consummate the marriage, the two are launching the delightful — and expensive — TAG Heuer Carrera Porsche Chronograph.
Inspired by the “Carrera” name that both brands have used since the onset of their histories, two versions of the Carrera Porsche Chronograph are available.
This Lego Porsche 911 Kit Is Double The Fun
Lego has been on a roll with all the car kits that it has been releasing these days, and the toy brick marker has shown little interest in slowing down anytime soon. The newest addition to its growing car kit lineup has arrived, and it’s a two-in-one bundle that’ll allow you to recreate a coupe and a targa version of the 1980s Porsche 911 using the same 1,458 pieces that the kit comes in.
Every Car Model Collector Should Follow This Official Maisto Toys Instagram Account
Instagram has become a platform that caters to everyone’s whims and fantasies. It’s a place where you can be anybody you want, provided you have a good camera and a good narrative to spin. Beyond that, Instagram is also a place where you can find quality spaces that you can go to and appreciate those accounts for what they are. Take Maisto’s official Instagram account, for example. You won’t find any facetious photos, troll posts, or scam-level products.
Instead, you’ll find photos of the company’s scale toy cars, photographed in ways that are detailed, creative, and downright stunning. From exotic supercars like the Ford GT to motorbikes like the BMW R nine T Scrambler, the photos in Maisto’s official Instagram account is full of some of the most incredible photos of toymaker’s products as taken by photographers and collectors who love their Maistos.
Lego Kicks Off 2021 Right With the Grave Digger and Max-D Monster Truck Technic Kits
The Christmas season is over and done with, but that doesn’t mean the fun of building Legos is going to stop. The toymaker is ringing in the new year in style with two fresh products that are going to excite monster truck fans the world over.
Hold on to your seats, Lego builders. Two of the most iconic monster trucks in history — Grave Digger and Max-D — have now been immortalized in toy bricks. The two trucks fall under the Lego Technic line, and each kit costs only $19.99. It’s only been a few days, but with the release of these two Lego Technic kits, it’s safe to say that 2021 is off to a really solid start.
Christmas Gift Ideas for Gearheads: Miniature Supercars You Can Afford
It’s almost Christmas and it’s time to finish up that gift list you’ve been working on. Buying gifts isn’t always easy, but we’re here to help. Whether it’s for the Secret Santa at the work place or just for a friend, we have a few cool ideas for the car enthusiast.
Sure, you can always go with accessories, books about cars, or a ticket to a racing event, but you can’t go wrong with a scale model car. Especially if it replicates a supercar that no one of us, the Average Joes, will ever afford. Is the recipient dreaming about buying a supercar someday? Well, why not get him started with a miniature. There’s plenty to choose from and our list doesn’t even begin to cover it. Let’s have a look.
These Bugatti-Branded Speakers Redefine What High-End Audio Systems Can Be
Automakers have an affinity for high-end audio systems and if you’re one of these audio product manufacturers, you’d want to score a big fish to add legitimacy to your brand. Well, there’s no bigger fish in the auto world than Bugatti, and the French hypercar maker has found its audio soulmate in Tidal Audio.
Together, the two companies are launching a new line of premium audio products, beginning with Tidal Auto’s Royale range of speakers.
10 Ways to Decorate Your Car this Christmas
Christmas is just around the corner and it’s about time we start decorating our houses and putting up those Christmas trees. Decorating cars for Christmas has become a trend too and if you’re planning to do that, here’s a list of 10 car decorations that you can buy.
The Ferrari 330 P4 Le Mans Racer is Within Your Budget If Size Doesn’t Matter
The Ferrari 330 P4 stands as one of the most iconic Ferraris of all time. It’s certainly one of the rarest as only one original 330 P4 — chassis 0856 — is said to still exist. Last we heard, it’s owned by a Canadian collector, and if that collector decided to put the car up for sale, it could become the most expensive Ferrari of all time.
Acquiring the only remaining 330 P4 is a pipe dream for almost all of us, but if you’re suffering from a severe case of FOMO, you can still take ownership of a Ferrari 330 P4 courtesy of Amalgam Collection. It’s a lot cheaper, too, at just $1,358, though, I suppose, for a 1:18 scale model, that’s a premium price for the item that you’re buying. Either way, you get to go home with a Ferrari 330 P4. It’s 1/18th the size of the real one, but we’ll take our victories where we can get them.
Lamborghini’s Idea of a Christmas Present is a $56,000 Timepiece
It’s called the Excalibur Spider Huracan STO, and yes, it’s heavily inspired by the Huracan STO, the raunchiest and most expensive of Huracan models in the market today. It’s not going to help you go from 0 to 60 mph, but the Excalibur Huracan STO does have the ability to tell you the time for a cost of “only” $56,000. That’s Chevrolet Corvette C8 money. For a watch. Oh, to be rich and extravagant…
Forget Every Christmas Gift Idea You Have and Just Buy the Lego Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
Sometime during the upcoming holiday season, I’m going to make time to go through my growing pile of Lego boxes. I’m going to need to go through them quickly because come January 1, 2021, Lego’s going to be taking more of my money once the $169 Technic Ferrari 488 GTE goes on sale. But that’s not the only Lego kit dropping that day. The Technic McLaren Senna will also hit stores, and as if those two kits weren’t enough, Lego announced that it’ll also drop the newly-revealed Technic Jeep Wrangler Rubicon kit. The drops are happening at the turn of the new year, which, I suppose is a good thing. There’s no better way to say goodbye to the shit show that was 2020 by rolling up our sleeves and building Lego kits to kick-off 2021. The Wrangler Rubicon kit, in particular, looks like a fun project. Plus, at just $49.99, it’s a lot cheaper than the $169.99 price tag of the 488 GTE kit.
This Batmobile Desk Clock is the Perfect Holiday Gift if You Have Bottomless Pockets
I’d like to imagine a day when someone near and dear to me gives me a gift like this scale replica of the 1989 Batmobile that’s been repurposed as a desk clock. Not only will it look really good on my desk, but it’d be another physical manifestation of my obsessive love for the Dark Knight. It’d also be a fancy addition to my unhealthy collection of Batman memorabilia, but am I expecting to receive this Batmobile desk clock as a gift this Christmas? No, I am not, and there’s one obvious reason for that. It costs $29,900. I’d probably have a bigger chance of seeing a slimmed-down, Covid-19-free Santa Claus sliding down my chimney than being on the receiving end of the Batmobile desk clock. Then again, 2020 has been weird for all sorts of reasons. It’s not too much of an ask to hope for one, right?