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Tron Legacy Lightcycle

It's not the first movie-inspired ride we've seen, but it's definitely one of the coolest. The Tron Legacy Lightcycle ($55,000) is built to be street-legal, and features a 4-stroke Suzuki engine, a 6-speed constant mesh manual transmission, hubless wheels, custom tires, a padded leather seat, a hardened steel frame with a fiberglass body, and electroluminescent strips on the body, rims, and cowlings for that glowing neon look the film is known for.

  • Strand Craft 122 Yacht

    There's streamlined, and there's the Strand Craft 122 Yacht ($TBA). This amazingly futuristic super yacht sports a gorgeous exterior, a posh art deco-inspired interior with niceties like 52-inch LED TVs, Bang Olufsen sound systems, four staterooms, and salon areas, over 14,000 horsepower capable of driving the craft to speed over 50 knots, and an included handcrafted supercar with a 880hp twin turbo V12 engine. If only it included a beach house and a stately countryside mansion, it'd be the ultimate "lotto winner goes apeshit" package.

  • BMW M Bike

    Traditional BMW M series styling and handling, with horsepower provided by you. The BMW M Bike ($TBA) boast high-tech components worthy of its name, including a matte anthracite frame, disc brakes, a Shimano SLX gear system, a Manitou Match suspension fork on the front wheel, a leather saddle with red inlay, and striking wheels with matching handles. It won't be cheap, but then again it'll probably be less than a single month's payment on the M3, M5, or M6.