The Good Life: Mercedes-Benz, Louis Vuitton and more

Zodiac animal watches

Louis Vuitton unveiled new digital watch faces devoted to the twelve animals of the Chinese Zodiac for Lunar New Year.

Rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog or pig? Celebrate Lunar New Year by wearing your zodiac animal on your wrist with the latest Tambour Horizon Connected Watch Faces from Louis Vuitton. Tambour Horizon watches start around $2,600.

Tired of driving?

With the F 015 Luxury in Motion by Mercedes-Benz, the vehicle drives itself, transforming the cabin into a personal haven where time and space are the ultimate luxury.

The car has four rotating seats that allow face-to-face seating, as well as six display screens built into the front, rear and side panels.

It’s a digital arena that allows passengers to interact with the vehicle through gestures, eye-tracking and high-res touch-screens.

It’s currently still a concept car but it’s a solid example of what luxury car companies will be looking to recreate as driverless technology evolves.

It does not have an estimated starting cost listed yet.

Craft brews at home

Want the craft beer experience anytime in your own home? With The PicoBrew Zymatic you can!

The internet-connected brewing appliance goes into your kitchen or break room and is only about the size of a microwave.

Choose from 40 recipes, load in your ingredients and brew up to 2.5 gallons of beer with the press of a button. You can order the Z Series Starter Pack for $2,886.99.

Sea Ray unveils new SLX-R 400e

Sea Ray debuted its new SLX-R 400e Outboard featuring elevated design elements and the orchestrated excellence of the SLX 400 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

The “e” in the SLX-R 400e Outboard model name designates a first-of-its-kind boat electrification feature – the Fathom e-Power system.

The Fathom system includes a high-capacity lithium-ion battery pack with an intuitive power management system capable of powering all of the boat’s accessory systems and providing boaters with a convenient, smart way to enjoy all of the features of the boat, for a longer, quieter and more eco-friendly day on the water. SLX 400 Sea Ray models start north of $500,000.

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