Just in case you've been wishing for an espresso machine that's shaped like a car engine, we bring you the Espresso Veloce V12 Machine ($TBA). Limited to just 500 pieces, this insane machine is handcrafted from common automotive materials like aluminum, magnesium, and titanium, and features a filter that resembles a coffee filter, dispensers that resemble tailpipes, and other little touches that tie the Veloce to its racing inspiration. Perfect for the garage, racing-themed man cave, or just a standard kitchen that happens to use a Ferrari as a dinner table.
Don't have time to make yourself a proper cup of coffee before you head out for the day? Use the Handpresso Auto (€150; roughly $200) to brew up a jolting shot of espresso from the comfort of the driver's seat. Powered by your car's 12V cigarette lighter, the Handpresso takes water and E.S.E. coffee pods, and lets you know when your drink is ready with three audible beeps, so you don't need to take your eyes off the road.
Most of the coffee stouts on the market today owe a debt of gratitude to Speedway Stout ($12) from AleSmith Brewing. It wasn't the first Imperial Stout to have a strong coffee profile, but certainly set the tone for plenty of other big coffee stouts that have followed in its tire tracks. It's a huge stout with plenty of chocolate and coffee, both that play well off each other, providing an excellent balance that is incredibly easy to drink. But there's no need to race to the finish when navigating this Speedway, at 12% ABV, it's best to just stay in your lane and enjoy the ride.
Why should the parents be the only ones in the family to enjoy Aston Martin-level luxury? The Aston Martin x Silver Cross Stroller (£2,000; roughly $3,000) will swaddle your little one in the kind of comforts usually reserved for high end sports cars, including a chassis finished in anodized aluminum and magnesium alloy, a seat finished in Alcantara and leather, a carrycot done in Alcantara, performance fabric, and leather, Alcantara harness and buckle protector pads, and a hood, apron, winter footmuff, sun shade, rain shield, and a folding, detachable shopping basket. Good luck fitting it in the backseat of your DB9. [Scouted by Erik]
Celebrate your favorite set of wheels with one of these Manual Designs Prints ($80). Featuring minimalist line art representations of classic cars — some with a touch of color added in — these 10" x 16" handmade prints are signed and numbered by the artist, and are a perfect way to class up your garage or man cave. If you ask nicely, you can even get a custom print of your own ride, in any color combination you'd like.
Never be forced into the driving-with-your-head-out-the-window thing again. The Eva Solo Foldable Ice Scraper ($27) folds in half so you can keep it close at hand, like in your side door pocket or center console. The two-sided scraper (hard plastic and soft rubber) has a stainless steel handle.