“The Splinter” A Supercar that Will Give You Serious Wood.

In 2008, Designer Joe Harmon took on the dubiously tedious task of building a car. But not just any car. A supercar. And not just any supercar, a supercar made of wood.

The Splinter, a true labor of love, is the world’s first and only supercar constructed out of wood. After 7 years, The Splinter was finally completed in 2015, and was shown to an excited audience at the Essen Motor Show from Nov 27-Dec 6, 2015.

The Splinter is a mid-engine set up that houses a 4.6 Liter v-8 that produces roughly 600 horsepower, a 0-60 in the low 3’s, and an estimated top speed of somewhere in the 240-mph neighborhood.

The car consists of wood composite, and are woven into a carbon fiber(esque) material that adds strength and durability. Other parts of The Splinter are also created from wood composite, including wood inserts on the wheels.

For more information on The Splinter, visit Joe Harmon on Instagram or on The Splinter Website.


2015 Vorsteiner Lamborghini Huracan Novara

Even though most of the people on the planet will never even sit in a Lamborghini, we’re still going to indulge everyone with the sexiness that is the 2015 Lamborghini Huracan Novara. Vorsteiner, an aftermarket modification company, created the “Novara” with a new front fascia, front spoiler, air splitter, fender vents, rear bumper, and a new rear wing.

The Huracan is equipped with a 5.2 Liter, V-10 that produces 610hp.

(from Vorsteiner Press Release)

Vorsteiner is proud to announce the Novara Huracan aero program. Thanks to Vorsteiner’s racing experience and know-how combined with years of experience in CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics), they have managed to channel motorsport influenced aerodynamics into a set of consumer based products. This is how the Vorsteiner Novara Huracan was born.

Balanced Aerodynamics. Controlled Design.

The Vorsteiner Novara Huracan aero program comprises of a front fascia with an integrated front spoiler, ventilated front fenders, side sill extension blades, a rear bumper with an integrated rear diffuser and it is completed with a fixed rear wing.

Furthermore, a set of all-new Vorsteiner V-FF 105 Flow Forged wheels adorn this Italian work of art and give the Huracan an even more aggressive outer appearance while improving performance and saving weight.

2015 Ferrari FXX K

Ferrari , the kings of sexy automobiles, have created a new Italian hybrid that not only uses 848hp of real 6.3 liter V-12 Ferrari engine, but also squeezes 187hp out of an electric engine. Grand total of awesome, 1035hp.