The world’s biggest consumer drone maker is back with its smartest compact quadcopter yet: The Phantom 4 automatically dodges obstacles, takes amazing video in all directions, and makes you look like a drone pro—even if you’ve never touched one before.
McDonnell Aircraft Corporation’s F-4 Phantom was quickly becoming the do-all fighter by the mid 1960s, able to lug thousands of pounds of bombs on one mission and then strictly air-to-air missiles the next. The potential for evolving the already successful Phantom became especially attractive as high-end combat…
If you happen to be in Goodwood for the weekend, visiting the Rolls-Royce factory is a very pleasant must. It's nothing like your average car factory as it's quiet, clean and full of people still dedicated to the art of assembling cars by hand.
A view through the front windscreen and HUD of a Hellenic AF F-4E as it transitions down a very tight canyon with a pretty serious obstacle ahead! If you look at the HUD it shows that the Phantom doing 358kts and according to the flight path indicator (little circle with wings) that the aircraft is currently on the…
"You know there's a Phantom like a block away, right?" my friend Kevin exclaimed as I drained my last sip of beer. "Oh, a Rolls?" I asked, uninterested in the prospect of seeing another luxo-cruiser. "No, an F-4 Phantom fighter jet." This I had to see.
Currently listed on Ebay, this replica Rolls Royce phantom limo will have everyone thinking you are arriving in a 1996 Lincoln converted to look a Rolls Royce for the price of a 1996 Lincoln converted to look like a Rolls Royce.
Communism fading into the past, Russia has become one of the most decadent consumer markets in the world. Want some proof? Here's a customized $450,000 Rolls Royce Centurion left as garbage by the side of a commuter rail line.
If you answered "three" without skipping a beat, with nary a hint of sarcasm and you found your nose turning slightly upward, then you're just the kind of person Rolls is looking for to buy a Phantom. [via TwitPic]
Lights! Camera! Auction! Nice Price or Crack Pipe has a car from a movie you've never heard of, and while it's ready for its close up, it may have spent too much time in make up.
Made a fortune by selling decadent Americans lead-tainted toys and bootlegged DVDs? This Geely GE is the ride for you; doubling a Phantom's luxury by offering half the seating capacity for less money.