More Gran Turismo than Mario Kart, the Daymak C5 Blast Go-Kart is a serious piece of kit. Built in Toronto, Canada, the all-electric machine uses a series of Electric Ducted Fan motors to cut its effective weight in half, down to just 100kg, and a liquid-cooled 10kW brushless motor for blistering performance. The result is a 0-60 time of just a second and a half, or faster than any production supercar on the road. It will also be available without the EDF motors for one-sixth of the price, yet still hits 60 in under four seconds, which should be enough for all but the most speed-obsessed.
Built from a mix of carbon fiber and glass to keep the displacement down, the Azimut S7 Yacht is as notable for its ease of operation as it is its performance. A triple Volvo IPS propulsion system makes possible a top speed of 35 knots, yet the boat's Interceptor technology makes all trim adjustments for you, while the system automatically transfers the diesel fuel from tank to tank to keep things balanced. Simple joystick controls offer video game-like steering, and the Raymarine control system makes checking on the boat's various systems as simple as using a tablet. Measuring just over 21 meters in length, the ship also offers luxury accommodations for up to eight.