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Maxim June 2014

Maxim, the world's leading men's magazine, delivers an unparalleled luxury experience that celebrates the most beautiful women in the world, thrill-seeking adventures across exotic destinations, world-class sports and entertainment, prestige autos, speed-seeking rides, cutting-edge industry titans, exceptional artists and athletes, the latest gadgets, gear + style—and did we mention... beautiful women?

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United States
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23 minutos
hot 100 2014

Ranking the definitive list of the world’s most beautiful women is never easy, but lucky for us Maxim unleashed a secret weapon to compile this year’s Hot 100: the impeccable taste of its discerning readers. You voted, we counted, and the rest is supersexy history. From mind-bogglingly seductive super models to Holly wood’s most awe-inspiring actresses (with a bevy of beauties in between), the women of 2014 make up a roster so undeniably breathtaking you may get light-headed just reading it. So sit back, relax, and revel in the best thing to happen to men since, well, anything. 100 Rebecca Garcia The reigning Hometown Hotties champ is the sweetest Georgia peach you’ll ever meet. When she becomes the next big supermodel, just remember you met her at Maxim! 98 Beth Ostrosky Stern Howard Stern’s…

4 minutos
raging bull

Speeding down Florida’s coastline-hugging A1A in a 202-mph Lamborghini Huracán, passing car after car pulled over by state troopers, I suddenly understand how it feels for explorers to climb past corpses on their way to Everest’s summit. I’ve been given an extremely special opportunity: I’m not only the first journalist to get a ride in the all-new Huracán but also the first person outside the company to sit behind the wheel of this 10-cylinder, 610-horsepower beast, which replaces the Gallardo, Lamborghini’s all-time top seller. With a starting price of $237,000, the Huracán is the least expensive model in Lambo’s lineup; the company hopes to unload even more than the 14,000-plus Gallardos that were sold over their 10-year run. The grigio lynx (that’s Lambo-speak for “sweet-looking gray”) model I’ll be piloting around the…

1 minutos
seeing red

Ever since the company’s third model, the Miura, rolled off the line in 1966, Lambos have taken their names from the world of Spanish bullfighting—one of founder Ferruccio’s obsessions. The Miura was named after one of his friends, a bull breeder; subsequent models have taken the names of fighting bulls, such as the Diablo (1990), the Murciélago (2001), and now the Huracán (yep, that’s Spanish for “hurricane”), an homage to a bull from the Conte de la Patilla breed who fought valiantly in the 1870s.…

1 minutos
three the hard way

When it comes to today’s best cocktails, less is more. If waiting around as a “mixologist” adds an unending barrage of froufrou ingredients to your drink doesn’t sound like a good time, you’re not alone. Barrel Proof in New Orleans is getting back to boozy basics by only serving libations containing three ingredients or less. “At a certain point, throwing many things into something that’s five liquid ounces gets to be a mess,” says Barrel Proof bartender Liam Deegan. “A drink made for someone else should serve them, not the bartender’s need to feel like an artist.” MIZUWARI, A.K.A. THE JAPANESE HIGHBALL In a collins glass: • Add 2 oz. Hakushu 12-year-old Japanese whisky • Fill with large ice cubes • Top with a splash of sparkling water (whatever quality your wallet allows) • Give a quick…

1 minutos
the music man

All Hail Avicii The year’s not even half over, but 2014 has already been a roller coaster for the man known to his friends as Tim Bergling and to dance-crazed club kids (and line-dancing country freaks) as Avicii. In the plus column, the 24-year-old Swede released a remixed version of his hit 2013 album, True, and even stormed the country charts with his EDM-meets-bluegrass hit, “Hey Brother.” In the minus column, he underwent emergency surgery to remove his gallbladder and appendix. Luckily for us, Avicii took some time out from his recovery to talk about life on the road as a $20 million-a-year, private-jet-flying mix master and how he gets the party started. But first: the country charts? “That was definitely a surprise,” he says. “I’ve always loved bluegrass, and once…

2 minutos
are you ready for some fútbol?

THE PLAYER Neymar. The latest Brazilian wonder boy plays with swagger, personality, and rhythm. Look for him to score his way into the hearts and minds of the world. The Preview Alexi Lalas, ESPN soccer analyst and U.S. legend, breaks down what to watch for in Brazil. THE TEAM Belgium. Worldclass attacking talent like Eden Hazard and Christian Benteke, plus an easy group they can beat up on while entertaining us all in the process. THE UNDERDOG Ecuador. Quality team, easy group, and something to prove. THE GROUP D: Uruguay, Costa Rica, England, Italy. One bigname team won’t get out of this one. THE COACH Mexico’s Miguel Herrera. Taking over after a disastrous qualifying campaign, he can change the way Mexican fans view their team and how the players view themselves. THE GOALIE I love Italy’s Gianluigi Buffon. He’ll make great saves,…