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Armor Horse Vault XXL

Need to cruise in style, but with celebrity-like security? Check out the Armor Horse Vault XXL ($150,000 and up). This beastly, Brinks-like armored limousine is built using UL-rated thermal & composite ballistic panels and bullet-resistant windows, and offers security features like dual emergency escape hatches that double as skylights, and dual emergency gun ports for fending off zombies attackers. Of course, it's still a limo, so it also offers the appropriate luxuries, including seating for up to 25 people, an L-shaped wet bar, a variety of LCD screens, a powerful stereo system, and even a retractable, neon-lit "entertainment" pole. [Thanks, Ricky]

  • Garia Golf Cart

    You know two things when you hear a golf cart is built at the Valmet Automotive factory in Finland (where they make the Porsche Cayman and Porsche Boxster): 1) It's going to be awesome, and 2) It's going to be awesomely expensive. The Garia Golf Cart ($17,500) is definitely both. Designed by Danish designer Anders Lynge, this sexy fairway flyer sports double wishbone front suspension, a built-in refrigerator, hand-stitched seats, hydraulic brakes on all four wheels (with discs in the front and drums at the rear), and custom paint of your choice.

  • Polaris Rush

    Tear up the powder this winter aboard a Polaris Rush ($TBA). Packing Polaris' well-received 600 Liberty engine, the Rush boasts a stronger, stiffer chassis that allows for more precise control and less ski lifting, a progressive-rate rear suspension to prevent bottoming out on big bumps (or jumps), and true rider-active control, letting the you move your body weight forward to help with cornering or slide back on the seat for more grip when accelerating. It might have a more steep learning curve than your average snowmobile, but once you get the hang of it, it'll be well worth it.