It's not the type of vehicle you'd drive to the mall, but if you're planning a multi-day adventure in the far reaches of the wilderness, the KiraVan is just what you're looking for. This modified Unimog is powered by a Mercedes-made 6-cylinder turbo diesel engine cranking out 260hp and 700ft-lb of torque, and its stretched frame makes room for a four-door cabin — more like a cockpit, really, thanks to its eleven display screens — and an articulating fifth-wheel trailer hitch. Speaking of the trailer, it works in conjunction with the tractor to offer 6-wheel drive at speeds up to 25mph, is fully capable of operating as a standalone base station, and features up to 3 sleeping areas, a full kitchen, a server-based media library, two computers with Internet connection, satellite HDTV, and even a 4K monitor. In other words, it's perfect for video shoots, research teams, or just a really posh camping trip.
The Veyron is well-known as one of the fastest production cars in the world, so hopefully this latest version isn't slowed down by its weighty name. The Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse Ettore Bugatti Edition (yes, that's really what it's called) is named for company patron Ettore Bugatti, and based on the 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse — meaning it has the same W16 engine that powers it from 0-60 in 2.6 seconds and a top speed of 254 (with the roof down). Special touches on this edition include hand-polished, clear-coated aluminum on the hood, front and side panels, and mirrors, dark-blue carbon fiber panels on the rest, color-coordinated, specially-designed wheels, both traditional calf and natural cordovan leather on the interior, and a platinum-coated dancing elephant on the rear center box that resembles the one used as the hood ornament of Ettore's beloved Type 41 Royale in 1926.