Mercedes style meets multi-millionaire transportation in the Eurocopter Mercedes-Benz EC145 Helicopter ($TBA). This medium-sized, twin-engine 'copter sports a yacht-like interior with high-end upholstery, wood for the floor and ceiling panels, three multi-function boxes offering a cool box, cup holders, tables, monitors, and DVD player, extra storage drawers, a windowed partition wall between the cabin and the passenger area, and ambient lighting. Great for the high-power CEO needing a faster way to work or just dudes with more money than they know what to do with. [Thanks, Tadeh]
Known for its iconic mountain bikes, Gary Fisher has taken to the road in a big way with the Gary Fisher Cronus Bike ($2,630). The company's first full-carbon framed road bike, the Cronus offers advancements like the Fisher Control Column with wider fork brakes, high-flange hubs, and large hub end caps for a stiffer, better handling ride, vanishing fender mounts for full-coverage fenders, a Shimano 105 drivetrain, room for tires up to 28c, standard 27.2mm seatposts, and external cable routing for easy fixes on-the-go. Pros: See Above. Cons: It costs $2,630, or approximately $2,530 more than the Schwinn you had your eye on at Target.
Based on the classic, handmade American teardrop campers from the middle of last century, Silver Tears Campers (From $17,000) bring this vintage design into the 21st century. Features include '32 Ford fenders, '39 Ford teardrop LED tail lights, a mahogany plywood and solid ash body, recessed interior lighting, hard maple countertops, leak-proof hinges, stainless steel ice box and ledge, a seven-gallon fresh water tank with an on-demand water pump, and options like a stainless propane stove, port-a-potty, and hot water shower system. Consider it the rustic alternative to that ultra-modern Airstream you've had your eye on.