There's absolutely nothing wrong with the standard Audi RS7, what with its five doors, low-slung body, and quattro all-wheel drive. But if you're looking for something above and beyond the standard model, the Audi RS7 Dynamic Edition should be just what you're looking for. It's powered by the same twin-turbo, 4.0L TFSI V8, producing 560 hp and a 0-60 time of just 3.7 seconds, but adds Audi's Dynamic Ride Control suspension, a sport exhaust, 21-inch wheels, a carbon fiber front splitter, rear diffuser, and engine cover, and new interior options like honeycomb-stitched leather sport seats, red seatbelts and contrast stitching, and more carbon fiber inlays.
It may seem hard to believe, but Land Rover introduced its iconic Discovery line 25 years ago. In celebration of the quarter century mark, they've created a new concept for the Discovery that will carry it into the next 25 years — and beyond. The Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept combines the Discovery's rugged heritage with a sleek, modern design that incorporates cutting-edge tech like smart glass, laser headlights, a new Terrain Response system, and Remote Control Drive. And while we doubt all of this makes it into a production model (should they choose to build one), we'd guess that it won't look all that different than what you see here.
We've seen some bizarre-looking electronic vehicles in our time, but nothing quite compares to the retro-futuristic styling of the Johammer Electric Motorcycle. But there's more to the Johammer than just its strange looks — inside that shiny aluminum fairing, you'll find battery packs that give it a range of up to 120 miles on a single charge, all without sound or emissions. And if you're trying to find the dash on this bike, you'll have to look to the rear-view mirrors (they display all the relevant information you'd typically find elsewhere). Power comes from an electric motor housed in the rear-wheel hub, while the bike forgoes a fork in the front in favor of hub-center steering. You can choose from two models available in five different colors, but regardless, you'll definitely get some looks.
We all know the advantages of a droptop — the style, the feeling of the breeze in your hair — but they're also not without their drawbacks. Convertibles tend to sacrifice rigidity when they lose their roof, and all too often they make up for that with weight-adding structural support. But the 2015 Corvette Z06 Convertible doesn't, thanks to its uncompromising commitment to lightness and its incredibly-sound aluminum frame. It still retains everything you love about the Z06 (a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 producing over 600 horsepower and pound-feet of torque with a seven-speed manual) and gains so little additional weight that you'd barely notice. It's everything you want in a convertible, without sacrificing a single thing you like about a coupe.