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BMC Lamborghini 50th Anniversary Impec Bike

Decide that the Veneno's price tag was just a bit too steep for you? Don't worry — you can still celebrate Lambo's 50th with the BMC Lamborghini 50th Anniversary Impec Bike (€25,000; roughly $32,500). Limited to just 50 examples, this speed bike features a Swiss-made carbon frame, Campagnolo Super Record Skeleton brakes, bar tap and a saddle made from the same leather as the car's seats, Continental Competition 22 tires, and an exclusive yellow and black paint job to help differentiate this machine from all the other world-class speed bikes in town.

  • Garia Mansory Currus Golf Cart

    We've seen plenty of golf carts before — but this might be the first that can actually get you not just around the course, but to and from it, as well. Street-legal in Europe, the Garia Mansory Currus Golf Cart ($80,000) takes the already impressive Roadster and takes it into sports car territory thanks to extensive customization. Features include an adjustable setting for maximum motor braking and battery regeneration, a speed switch with three different driving modes — Golf, Street, and Race — a range of 37 miles, a top speed of 37 mph, and exclusive accessories like carbon fiber inserts, custom seats, a matte black paint job, and black wheels. You'd best hurry if you're planning to park it in your garage — only seven are being built.

  • Aston Martin x Silver Cross Stroller

    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]