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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.

  • Hot Tub Boat

    Some boats have hot tubs. This boat is a hot tub. The Hot Tub Boat ($42,000) is a 16' boat, built in Seattle, with an 8' hot tub built in. As you enjoy the 104° water, you can cruise at up to 5 mph for up to 10 hours, controlling the action from a joystick at the aft. Life jackets optional.

  • Bell Rogue Helmet

    Helmets are a necessary evil for urban commuters riding aboard two-wheeled vehicles, so you might as well make sure yours looks as cool as possible. With military flair, the Bell Rogue Helmet ($250) certainly qualifies. It features a lightweight composite shell, an adjustable muzzle that clips on and off via a secure magnetic connection, integrated speaker pockets, an a comfy interior that can be removed for washing. Available in matte gunmetal, army green, or black, or in shiny gloss black.