Most survival packs include plenty of stuff to help you ride out the worst of times — except for transportation. Fortunately, the Motoped Survival Bike has you covered. Powered by a 4-stroke engine, the bike gets excellent gas mileage, and uses downhill mountain bike parts mounted to a custom frame and swing arm for rugged reliability. As for the survival part? Well, it also comes outfitted with a crossbow, one-gallon gas pack, a survival shovel, a tomahawk, a harpoon, a fixed blade saw, a lighting system, carabiners and climbing rope, a flashlight, a multifunction knife/light, two multi-tools, a neck knife, and a bike mount for that most versatile of tools, your smartphone.
The new Hennessey Venom F5 definitely looks fast. And that's because it is. Or will be, anyway. Currently in the final stages of development for delivery in 2016, the F5 is out to break the 270 mph speed record of its predecessor, the Venom GT. Helping it achieve this lofty goal will be a next-generation twin-turbo V8 powertrain pumping out upwards of 1,400 hp, tons of carbon fiber and aluminum pieces that keep the curb weight under 2,900 pounds, an improved drag coefficient of below 0.40, a GPS-based stability/traction control system, and a single clutch paddle-shift transmission with lightning-quick shift speeds. If you can't wait that long, don't worry — they're still taking orders for the GT.
Enjoy all the looks and vintage appeal of a classic 911 and the modern ride you'd expect from a new set of wheels with the Singer Porsche 911 Indonesia. This rebuilt beauty features a dark grey exterior with Porsche branding across the trunk and doors, a bright red interior with leather Recaro seats, and a completely overhauled chassis, engine, and suspension, giving you a better ride and improved performance while leaving the exterior intact.
You may well be looking at the most expensive Ferrari ever. A unique machine that was the Prancing Horse's first V12 road car, the 1966 Ferrari 365 P Berlinetta Speciale is in a class by itself. Powered by a 4,390 cc V12 good for 380 hp and paired to a 5-speed manual, this sleek ride features a unique seating layout which places the driver in the middle, slightly ahead of two passenger seats that sit on either side. Other features include a chassis from the Ferrari 365 P2 endurance racer, 4-wheel disc brakes, 4-wheel independent suspension, and a sweeping, retro-futuristic moonroof made from bronze-tinted glass. As with all auctions, the price is just an estimate — but considering the current record for most expensive Ferrari is "just" $16.4 million, this one seems likely to take the crown.