Dubbed the "Silver Arrow of the Seas", the Mercedes-Benz Granturismo Arrow Yacht translates the three-pointed star's car design language to the water. Measuring roughly 46 feet from stern to bow, the boat has classic automotive proportions and a hybrid design that combines the feeling of an open boat with the benefits of a hull cabin vessel. The interior, which can accommodate up to 10 people, is lined in eucalyptus wood, and has an upscale bathroom, separate dressing room, and a host of luxe standard features like a wine "cellar", ice-making machine, high-end audio system and air conditioning. Of course, it's no slouch performance-wise, either, with two diesel engines providing a total output of 960 hp, giving it a cruising speed of 30 knots and a top speed over 40, depending on the load. Just 10 boats will be made, with a limit of one per country.
Drawing on the term for bob-tailing a motorcycle, the Savage Bobber Airplane brings a high amount of customization to the air. Much like a one-off bike, each plane is customized to fit its owner, with a huge number of options available, including the color of the engine and open fuselage, type of luggage holder, style of seat, propeller, engine add-ons, types of instrument panels, and more. It's based on the Savage Classic, so you know it's reliable, and no matter which options you choose, it'll be powered by a Rotax engine, and include 10 hours of ground school plus five flight hours with the company's factory trained CFIs.
Based on a Sea-Doo RXT-X 260 RS, the Mansory Black Marlin Jet Ski is a murdered out sea speeder. Its Rotax engine gets a hefty performance boost up to 550 hp, while the aggressive lines of the carbon fiber shell lets it drop over 20 pounds of weight at the same time as it improves the ride's looks. Equally suited to pairing with a black SUV for hauling to and from the lake or with a stealthy mega yacht, it can carry up to three passengers at a time.