The new Conair BaByliss Pro Volare hair dryer packs an "engine" built with Ferrari's team using real Ferrari parts. I'm hoping that the Volare can dry wet hair faster than a Ferrari can hit 100km/h.
Apparently, the Volare is the first hair dryer to use a ball-bearing design, which is supposed to keep things running smooth. The hair dryer is extremely lightweight, comes in Ferrari red (natch) or black and even throws in a turbo button to boost airspeed. Its Ferrari designed AC V12 Engine packs 2200 watts of power, can reach airspeeds of 129km/h and can last for up to 2000 hours. I'm no hair-drying expert, but typical hair dryers "only" last for 500 hours.
It's expensive, retailing at around $US400, but it's way more affordable than a Ferrari. And if I can get a Ferrari attached to my name for $US400, I might have to buy one. [BaByliss Pro via BellaSugar via Luxist]