We've seen a lot of expensive movie memorabilia before, but nothing as cool as this. The Ghostbusters Ecto 1 ($150,000) is the 1959 Cadillac that the 'Busters drove in the original film. As fate would have it, that isn't the only movie the car has made an appearance in — it was also featured in In the Heat of the Night, starring Sidney Poitier. Sure, it's $150K, but it's also one of the most unique and memorable cars in movie history. [via]
BMW's X5 line has needed an overhaul for a while now, and it got one for 2007. The all-new 2007 BMW X5 ($TBA) features more interior room with a third row of seating, a new inline six-cylinder engine that makes 260hp — an even more powerful 350hp, 4.8L V8 is also an option — enhanced x-Drive all-wheel drive, 50/50 weight distribution, and more tech-oriented options than ever before, including standard run-flat tires, the BMW Assist Bluetooth system, an iDrive on-board control system, heads-up display, rear-view camera for parking, and a premium sound system that features 600 watts of power, Dolby 5.1 surround sound and 16 speakers. One of the most elegant, complete SUVs on the road just got a whole lot better.
Sure, you expect it from Porsche, but the Cayenne S Titanium Edition (starting at $64,900) has style and performance in spades. The powerful SUV boasts 340 hp, can go 0-60 in 6.8 seconds, and has a top speed of 150 mph. Outside, the new Cayenne model has surfaces painted with Titanium Metallic accents, a lower stance and a 4-tube chrome-plated tailpipe. On the inside, it's got 12-way adjustable leather sets and the Porsche Communications Management system, featuring a 6.5-inch color screen, GPS navigation system, trip computer, MP3-compatible CD radio, and Bose Cabin Surround Sound.