How to build a 300mph Koenigsegg Jesko
Top Gear Magazine’s Jack Rix take you on a tour of the Koenigsegg factory where they’re building the world’s fastest car, the incredible 1,578bhp, $3million, 300mph Jesko.Open this photogallery >
Airforce flying through Brisbane
If you don't work with planes on a daily basis seeing one do something spectacular, like fly, is still a sight to behold. This military plane did a low fly-by through Brisbane and it looked amazing.Open this photogallery >
Pininfarina’s 1900bhp Battista hyper-EV
This is truly a thing of beauty. Simply stunning and clever design.
Filming the Speed of Light at 10 Trillion FPS
This goes way above my head, but it totally cool to see the speed of light.Open this photogallery >
The new Ferrari P80/C
A new #Ferrari conceived as a completely original interpretation of the Sports Prototype concept – that’s the spirit of Ferrari’s latest one-off: the P80/C, the most extreme one-off design ever.
This is one bad ass looking Ferrari.
Icebreakers: rescue know-how
We posted the trailer a week ago and this is the full film. Definitely worth viewing.Open this photogallery >
Mercedes 300SL Gullwing “Barn Find” is amazing
The Mercedes 300SL Gullwing is one the world's most famous cars. It's a thing of beauty and to find one abandoned in a barn after a long time get the heart of a true petrol head beating faster.
This baby is going to be restored to her former glory and it will look amazing.
Lightning Strike at 103,000 FPS
The Slow Motion guys have traveled to Singapore and aim to capture some lightning strikes with the most advanced slow motion camera they've used yet.Open this photogallery >
Ice Breakers at work
Throughout the long Finnish winter, the country’s ports are kept open by a small but determined fleet of icebreakers. Monocle Films hops on board to see how it’s done.Open this photogallery >
Restarting 12,000 tons on a 2% Grade
The train is huge, the scenery stunning. The effort monumental.Open this photogallery >
The Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 looking amazing
They sound amazing too. Ring me up a couple of each when I win the lotto.Open this photogallery >
Moving a Boeing 747 into your front yard looks like this
Corendon is a Dutch travel agency, which also owns some hotels. One of those hotels is situated near Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam.
To brighten up the place they decided to place a Boeing 747 in company colors in the garden of the hotel.
The getting it their was quite the spectacle.