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…Cars have sole?

Cars With Sole

If you want your feet to be as stylish as the car whose pedals they’re pushing, then check out Motive’s list of co-branded driving shoes, called Cars With Sole.

Featuring the DC Pro_Spec v1.0 (2008 Subaru Impreza WRX STI), the Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 Clubman Hot Chocolate (2008 Mini Cooper Clubman S), the Puma Inflection F1 BMW Sauber Team (2008 BMW 135i) and the Adidas Porsche Design S2 Leather (2008 Porsche Cayman S Porsche Design Edition 1), it’s a list of footwear that will help you look good on and off the track.

[Motive – Cars With Sole]

…It’s Tuner Tuesday: Art Car Lamborghini?

Green Lamborghini

Normally Tuner Tuesday features cars that are full of horsepower, torque, suspension work and sex appeal.

This car doesn’t have any of the above, but it does have one thing: Green power.

Made by sculptor Benedict Radcliffe and pedal car designer Ben Wilson, this Lamborghini art car might only have the horsepower of the two people behind the pedals, but it puts out exactly zero emissions, and is sure to get you about as many looks as the real thing.

Just don’t try to take it on the freeway, because I don’t think the crumple zones have passed safety inspection yet.

[Via: Designboom]

[Photo Via: gdaneuk]

…Porsche plays video games?

Porsche Steering Wheel

For those that game with nothing but the best, this Porsche setup is as close to a 911 as you’re going to get.

With a “fully licensed” wheel, six speed gearbox, and pedals, this set features wireless connectivity, force feedback, 100 hours of battery life, table clamps, and a custom Porsche USB stick to save your best lap times on.

Plus, it’s a “to-spec” reproduction, so it’s about the closest you’re going to get to driving the real thing if you still spend all of your time driving around inside of a video game.


[Via: Jalopnik]