The Tesla Model S was already one of the coolest cars on the planet, but the new Tesla Model S P85D is better — in a number of really important ways. For starters, there's the dual motor system, giving the car true AWD while improving efficiency, resulting in greater range. The dual motors also make for a higher top speed, and let you zoom from 0-60 in just 3.2 seconds. And then there's the new suite of autonomous driving technologies, including a long-range forward-looking radar, a camera with image recognition that can read signs and know where pedestrians are, and a 360-degree long-range sonar. When integrated with the GPS, navigation, and real-time traffic, you have a car that's capable of driving itself. Which means it can park itself, drive up to where you are while you wait for it, or even come pick you up at a certain time — provided you're on private property, as the system's not quite yet ready for the open road.
Plenty of cars claim to combine luxury and performance. Few do it as well as the 2015 Bentley Mulsanne Speed. In the backseat you'll find a connected oasis, with a Wi-Fi hotspot, a 60GB on-board hard drive, fold-down work tables equipped with iPads and Bluetooth keyboards, a frosted glass bottle cooler complete with bespoke crystal champagne flutes, a 2,200-Watt Naim audio system, two 8-inch entertainment screens, and Bluetooth headphones. When it's time to move behind the steering wheel, you're equally well equipped, thanks to a 6.75L twin-turbo V8 that pumps out 530 hp and lets you hit 60 mph in just 4.8 seconds on your way to a top speed of 190 mph. Perfect for the CEO who doubles a secret agent.
How do you take a vintage Rolls Royce and make it even more desirable than it already is? You customize it and give it to The Man In Black himself as a gift, of course. This 1970 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow was ordered and purchased by ABC TV at the peak of The Johnny Cash Show's success and presented to Cash as a gift. Of course, it's black, but it also boasts a twin-carbureted 412 CID aluminum V8, independent front and rear suspension, and four-wheel disc brakes. It's been privately owned since the mid-80s after Cash sold it, yet it arrives at auction this month with only 32,000 miles and in fantastic condition.
Saleen has a long history of taking great sports cars and making them better — so it should come as no surprise that when they got their hands on a Tesla Model S, they were able to turn it into something incredible. The Saleen Foursixteen takes what is already an impressive base, and adds on improved aerodynamics, an upgraded drivetrain and rear-end, as well as a high-performance suspension and braking package. But the refinements don't end there. Take a look inside and you'll find black perforated leather, Alcantara suede, a new center console, four full bucket seats, and beautiful detailing throughout.