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For men who likes luxury and ostentation and can afford it… This is the article! We made a compilation of those desirable objects that make any man lose his mind.
Today we are going to give you a Top 10 luxury toys for men and women will know how to understand them.
The McLaren P1 is a limited production plug-in hybrid supercar by British automotive manufacturer McLaren Automotive. The concept car debuted at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. It is considered to be the long-awaited successor to the McLaren F1, utilizing hybrid power and Formula 1 technology. It does not have the same three seat layout as its predecessor. The design of the headlights is very similar to the shape of the McLaren logo. Just like the McLaren F1 road car of 1992, the McLaren P1 is a mid-engine, rear-wheel drive design that uses a carbon fibre monocoque and roof structure safety cage concept called MonoCage, which is a development of the MonoCell used in the current MP4-12C and MP4-12C Spider upgrade that came out in early 2012.
An Olympic hopeful, Leo Lacroix turned into a champion by making his own beautifully designed skis with a fiberglass component. As creators of the first compact ski, they remain on the cutting edge of winter sports equipment. Their passionate team of engineers and competitors are always working together , reflecting and creating new ideas that aim to combine elegance and performance in equal parts.
Zaha Hadid designed this 420-foot master prototype as part of a yacht series. Influenced by fluid dynamics and underwater ecosystems, the various levels of the ship are interconnected by a network of supports that form the exoskeleton. The resulting series of 295-foot yachts will integrate the sculptural qualities of the master, which captures the structural elements of natural marine formations.
Former Bugatti designer Daniel Simon is well known for the “light cycles” used in the Hollywood blockbuster TRON: Legacy. Simon calls hi latest concept “a high-tech monster in a tailored suit.” Designed with elegance and style in mind, its 200 horsepower engine is enclosed in a state of the art encasing made from top-notch lightweight materials like carbon, titanium and aerospace quality steel.
With a series of fully transparent plates and bridges that support its entire movement, this piece leaves nothing to the imagination. Created from a solid block of sapphire, the cutting operations needed to create the case must run 24 hours a day for 40 days. Impervious to temperature variation in even the most extreme conditions, its resistance to abrasion is eight times greater than that of steel.
A new era of security: the Fortress is the safest luxury safe in the world, available in the certified security classes VdS/EN 3 to – and this is absolutely unique – VdS/EN 5. It is ready for connection to a burglar alarm including a “silent alarm” function and, in this configuration, provides tested and certified insurance cover of up to US $1,000,000.
The second installment of the “les Legendes de Bugatti” edition of the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse is homage to La Voiture Noire, the 57SC Atlantic and private car of Jean Bugatti, Ettore Bugatti’s eldest son. Built from Jean’s own design, the iconic original went missing in WWII and has not been found since. The car is entirely finished in exposed black carbon fiber. With its W16 8 liter engine it can travel from 0 to 62 miles per hour in 2.6 seconds. Production was limited to only 3 models.
Known as “The Rolls-Royce of Motorcycles” and one of the first Superbikes, this model was redesigned with the elements of practicality and workmanship needed for hard riding. The innovative four-disc ceramic brake system resembles the appearance of a drum brak and is well-suited to the model’s neoclassical design. The bespoke engines can be turned anywhere from 100 to 140 horsepower, depending on individual preference.
Silicon, with an atomic structure similar to that of a diamond, was chosen for its low weight and durability. In pursuit of absolute precision, Roger Dubuis decided to strategically place four spring balances into the same movement. Working in pairs, the springs compensate for rate variations caused by changed in position of the wrist, achieving instantly what the tourbillon does over the course of a minute.