Land Rover will be unveiling its Range Rover Evoque Convertible Concept car at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show coming up in March. The premium convertible SUV combines versatility with overall capability. It look really sporty and seems like it would be a blast to drive, but as of now, there’s no production plans. Check out a few details below: Inside, the concept is packed with the Range Rover Evoque’s award winning technology including Terrain Response, surround cameras, an 8-inch touch screen and a sound system from British audio experts, Meridian. The Range Rover Evoque Convertible Concept features unique 21-inch Titan silver wheels and is finished in a new metallic Causeway Grey paint.The interior is in Lunar and Ivory with leather seats featuring sporty perforated panels and Ivory contrast stitching.
The Nokia 808 PureView ($TBA) redefines what’s possible with a camera phone. In standard resolutions — 2, 3, 5, or 8 megapixels — advanced algorithms are used to combine multiple pixels into one, while allowing for crystal clear zooming. At high resolutions — up to a 38 megapixel maximum — you can crop, reframe, and resize to your heart’s content.
Nicki Minaj will be featured in an upcoming Vogue Magazine issue. Here is a preview of what Nicki had to say in the article
“She recounts this from a Manhattan hotel suite, clad in leggings, a custom-bejeweled jacket from the Versace for H&M line (she performed at its extravagant launch), and an early–Marilyn Monroe fuchsia wig. Minaj also reveals a far soberer side than her stage act might indicate. “A huge part of me wanted to be a lawyer! I would do a really good job as a prosecutor,” she alleges. That’s not the singer’s only alternative personality—famous for creating stage alter egos with names like Roman Zolanski, she confesses that she sometimes imagines herself clad in a bikini and high heels, cooking dinner for a breadwinning husband.
It’s not easy to make one of the world’s most desirable cars even more so, but the Ferrari California Handling Speciale ($TBA) succeeds anyway. Boasting a 490hp GDI V8 — 30 more hp than its predecessor — the new California goes from 0-62 mph in just 3.8 seconds, while the Handling Speciale package adds Magnetorheological (!) dampers controlled by an even faster ECU running patented Ferrari software for precise handling, stiffer springs for more precise body control, and a new steering box with a 10 percent quicker steering ratio to make tackling those tight corners even more fun
Formerly known as the “Cajun”, Porsche’s mysterious small SUV is finally starting to surface and is now going to officially go by the name “Macan”, which Porsche says is the Indonesian word for Tiger. Outside of the new name the only thing we know is that it will share a little DNA from the Audi Q5 and that it will maybe, sort of, kind of, possibly, look like the official sketch above.