Ferrari F1 Car Made From Clothes


This life-size Ferrari Formula 1 car was build with official PUMA Ferrari clothes, caps, shoes and bags; this creative "soft" motorsport masterpiece was the teamwork of PUMA retail team.

Hit the jump for more photos and a video on how the team made the Ferrari car from PUMA Ferrari clothing range.





Chocolate Porsche 911 Carrera S

Have you ever seen a chocolate Porsche in actual size of car like this Chocolate Porsche 911 Carrera S? Well, it's actually a Porsche 911 Carrera S that coated with chocolate.

A Porsche dealer in The Netherlands brings delight to the market by experimenting on the new 911 Carrera S. He hired a pastry chef who mixed around 175 kilos of milk chocolate and applied on the car’s body while the headlamps were covered by a few kilos of white choco.

Hit the jump to watch how he makes the Chocolate Porsche.









Rolls Royce Launces Electric Phantom in 2010

Last year Rolls-Royce CEO Tom Purves revealed that they might introduces an electric car in future and according to a reliable source, Rolls-Royce has confirmed will introduce an electric version of their flagship Phantom in late 2010.

While the Tesla has already dispelled the notion that electric cars are little more that glorified golf carts, an electric Rolls-Royce probably sounds pretty absurd at first. But if you think about it, this move actually makes sense on several levels.

Most Phantoms are used for short trips by people who want to be noticed arriving at the latest swanky restaurant or club, so the limited range is not likely to be a big problem. Add to that, the huge torque which will allow the electric Phantom to whisk its occupants away in near silence, and I can see this having broad appeal for some of the more extroverted members of the glitterati.

No details about its price but expect it to be somewhat more than the current gas powered version's $380,000 price tag.

10 Creative Car Paintings

10 cars with creative paintings were spotted in town. I love the first car's painting, it's awesome but I'm sure the police will chase after me if my car is painted like this.

Hit the jump for the rest of the creative car paintings.



Kia Borrego

In Portugal and Spain language, "Borrego" ("lamb") means for dumb or fool.

The word you're referring to about the Ascona, is actually "cona" ("cunt") and it's rather the other way around: it's "in Portugal and parts of Northern of Spain" (Galicia (NW), actually).

Car Steering Wheel Desk

The idea of this car's steering wheel desk looks good because if you need to write something or even eating in the car, this steering wheel desk really helps; of course when the time your car is not moving.

Hit the jump for two more photos of this brilliant design, the car's steering wheel desk.



Most Messy and Serious Road Accident

I think this is one of the most messy and serious road accidents in the history. I don't know how many people injured and death in this accident but we hardly see so many long vehicles involved in an road accident...





Awesome Street Bumper Cars

These bumper cars were created by California-based builder Tom Wright. He used the discarded bumper cars from the Long Beach Pike amusement park and modified them became the bumper cars that can drive on the roads.

He replaced the Harley motors with 750cc Honda and Kawasaki boxes, and redesigned them to pass city driving standards. He has completed eight crazy-looking street bumper cars with licenses to drive on the roads.

Some of the cars can go up to 160mph, which seems awfully scary for a car with such a short wheelbase. There's no word on whether he's selling any of these rides.

Here are the street bumper cars from Tom Wright:











Donald Duck Car in Real Life

Disney's Donald Duck drives a red car with license plate number 313, which is also his birthday - March, 13.

Do you know that Donald Duck's car exists in real life? Don't be surprised if someone spots Donald Duck is driving his 313 red car with his babies in the town.

Here are the photos of Donald Duck's car in real life.