Harley-Davidson's electric LiveWire.
Bose Frames equip UVA/UVB-blocking sunglasses with the functionality of wireless headphones.
BMW’s 2021 M4 Coupe.
Harley-Davidson's electric LiveWire.
Bose Frames equip UVA/UVB-blocking sunglasses with the functionality of wireless headphones.
BMW’s 2021 M4 Coupe.

Technology Trio

State-of-the-art toys

Road Trip
BMW’s 2021 M4 Coupe combines state-of-the-art engineering with sexy style. Its 3.0-liter, six-cylinder, TwinPower Turbo S58 motor produces up to 473 horsepower, while an optional six-speed manual transmission elevates the driving experience. An aerodynamic carbon-fiber roof lowers the coupe’s weight and center of gravity. Shown here in Sao Paulo Yellow, the model turns heads with its sleek silhouette. From $71,800; bmwusa.com

Sound Check
Bose Frames equip UVA/UVB-blocking sunglasses with the functionality of wireless headphones. A miniscule, wafer-thin acoustic package is embedded in each arm’s interior while a microphone and multi-function button on the right temple enable controls of music-streaming, phone access and more. Priced from $199.95; bose.com

Plug-in Ride
Harley-Davidson introduced its first all-electric motorcycle, the LiveWire, in 2019. Its powertrain takes the bike from 0 to 60 mph in three seconds. With no clutch or gear-shifting required, riders control speed with a twist of the throttle. A 60-minute charge produces a range of 146 miles. The model features a lightweight, cast-aluminum frame and Michelin tires designed to enhance handling performance. $29,799. harley-davidson.com