Legos are always more fun with motors. Lego Boost goes a step further, letting kids code their own creations. The core of the 800+ piece kit is the Move Hub, a stud-covered brick with a built-in tilt sensor, which works with the combo color and distance sensor and interactive motor. With the companion app, kids use a simple coding language to make their creations move, work, and talk. They can create custom voice recordings for their creations, and once they get the hang of it, integrate the Boost into nearly any Lego model. The basic kit includes instructions for five models, including a robot, a cat, and a guitar, and will be arriving later this year.
You have subscriptions for lots of things: music, TV, maybe even magazines. So why not your car? Book By Cadillac is a new service that gives you access to top-tier vehicles for a flat monthly fee. Using an app, you select which model you want to drive — Platinum-trim Cadillacs like the XT5, CT6, Escalade and V Series are available — and it will be delivered via white-glove concierge. When you're ready to switch, they'll bring your new ride and pick the old one up. That means you can get a sporty CTS-V for a trip to the shoreline, then ditch it for an Escalade when it's time for your ski trip. And since you don't have to worry about things like maintenance, insurance, or a long-term agreement, you can simply sit back and enjoy the drive.
Yes, it is a Lamborghini Tractor. In case you weren't aware, the Italian sports car manufacturer started out making military and industrial engines, along with tractors like this 1955 Lamborghini DL25 Tractor. The Lamborghini tractors were never imported to the US though, making this one a special treat. This DL25 has been fully restored and finished in traditional Lamborghini Trattori red with a blue finish on the chassis and wheel hubs. It has a two-cylinder Diesel engine that can still do the same type of work it was originally made to do, but can serve just as well as a transport around a large piece of property or as yet another trophy for Lamborghini collectors.
Long name, long drives. The Callaway Great Big Bertha Epic Driver is the company's newest flagship, using clever technology to improve performance. During impact, a typical wood's crown bulges upwards while the sole moves downwards. The Epic and its Tour-ready Epic Sub Zero counterpart use a pair of parallel bars — dubbed Jailbreak Technology — to keep these pieces from flexing, instead transferring that energy to the face for faster ball speeds, added distance, and lower scores.
Measuring 46 feet long and offering space for up to 12 people, the Frauscher 1414 Demon Yacht offers a solid balance of luxury and performance. It's powered by dual engines with up to 520 hp a piece, and crafted from high-quality materials sourced near their Austrian shipyard. It has a large sunbathing platform and outdoor bar up top, while downstairs they've managed to fit in a bathroom, kitchenette, sitting area, and sleeping space for up to four, making this an ideal cruiser for a weekend getaway.