Porsche’s Taycan.
Bang & Olufsen's BeoVision Eclipse.
Garmin’s fenix 5 Plus.

Toys + Technology

Innovative gadgets offer function and style

ELECTRIC ATTITUDE
In 2019, Porsche’s first all-electric sports car, the Taycan, will go into production. Previously dubbed the Mission E, the concept car features two permanently activated, synchronous motors generating an output of over 600 horsepower, and a lithium-ion battery that will enable it to drive for more than 300 miles on a single charge. porsche.com

SCREEN TIME
Bang & Olufsen has partnered with LG Electronics to create the BeoVision Eclipse, merging B&O’s renowned acoustic controls with LG’s OLED technology. A TV and music system in one, the Eclipse integrates Internet radio with music- and video-streaming services. A motorized floor stand even moves the TV around the room for optimal viewing. From $10,990. bang-olufsen.com

MAPS ON THE GO
Garmin’s new fenix 5 Plus series brings full GPS functionality to your wrist. The multi-sport watch helps bikers and runners map out routes and offers music storage, playback and a contactless payment system. Its fitness-tracking features include training stats and a Pulse Oximeter to gauge altitude acclimation. From $700. garmin.com