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…Edo Competition got their hands on Ferrari’s California?

Edo Competition Ferrari California

Ferrari’s new California convertible isn’t exactly the most aggressive looking car to ever come off of the Maranello assembly line, but for drivers that are looking for hard top convenience with hard edged looks, Edo Competition is more than happy to take over from where the Italians left off.

Edo Competition Ferrari California Detail

Features include a bump in horsepower and torque thanks to a remapped ECU and a pair of high-flow cats, a set of custom rims, and the ability to trick out the suspension and the interior if you should find the stock options unsatisfying.

By Edo standards, this job isn’t made of the most aggressive modifications on the planet, but when you’re starting with a canvas as flawless as the Ferrari California, it’s hard to do much to perfection.

[Edo Competition]

[Ferrari – California]

[Via: Autoblog]

…Victorinox and Airstream have teamed up?

Victorinox Airstream

Apparently everyone is getting into the Airstream business, as Victorinox joins Mini as the latest company to introduce a custom trailer.

Built to celebrate their 125th anniversary, the Victorinox Airstream will feature a spruced up interior and a collection of Swiss Army products, including watches, flashlights, umbrellas, multi-tools, duffel bags and knife blocks.

[Airstream – Victorinox Special Edition]

[Via: Acquire]

…It’s Tuner Tuesday: BRABUS V12 Biturbo G-Wagon?

BRABUS V12 Biturbo G-Wagon

The formula isn’t difficult (big vehicle + powerful motor = WIN) and the end result isn’t beautiful, but for BRABUS, they’re hoping that beauty is in the eye (and right foot) of the beholder.

That’s because BRABUS is calling their V12, Biturbo G-Wagon “the world’s most powerful off-roader”, and with 690 hp and 973 lb-ft of torque on tap, I’m inclined to believe them.

BRABUS V12 Biturbo G-Wagon Details

To reach those monster power numbers, they yanked out the stock power plant and replacing it with the V12 from a S600 that was then bored and stroked to a rather healthy 6.3-liter displacement. Add to that mix custom-tailored BRABUS Monoblock wheels, subtle fender flairs, a new suspension, a redone interior, and all of the other bits and pieces that come with a half million dollar redesign, and you’ve got yourself an SUV that will take you to 60 mph in just 4.3 seconds with style and luxury to spare.

[BRABUS]

[Via: Jalopnik]

…Lufthansa Technik will pimp out your Airbus?

Custom Airbus A380

If you recently purchased an Airbus A380, but aren’t quite sure how to deck out the interior of your personal double-decker mansion in the sky, then give Lufthansa Technik a call and ask about their VIP Saloon.

Custom Airbus A380

The design is pure luxury, and since I can’t even imagine what the price of a regular A380 looks like, the price of a tricked out one is probably disgusting.

Regardless, they’ll have at least a few of these roaming the skies before you know it, so be on the look out for a plane with a few extra couches in it.

[Lufthansa Technik]

[Via: Gizmodo]

…McDonald’s was flooded?

Flooded McDonald's

Superflex created an interesting art project called Flooded McDonald’s where a life-size replica of a McDonald’s interior was built, and then flooded with water.

Furniture is lifted up by the water, trays of food and drinks start to float around, electrics short circuit and eventually the space becomes completely submerged.

Flooded McDonald's Detail

The work doesn’t contain any further explanation, so it’s up to you to provide your own narrative, but with imagery like this, it shouldn’t be too hard.

[Superflex – Flooded McDonald’s]

[Via: Wooster Collective]