Slugger motorcycle concept by Mikael Lugnegård is a bobber with the classic muscular stance and the looks to impress. Mikael didn’t quite hold off in his design of this motorcycle, and that is a good thing. The Slugger is powered by a V-Twin, has a short wheelbase, inverted forks, twin vented discs up front, a rear mono shock, and all the joy of riding a beast.
The 2013 Ford Mustang has an interesting new touch. The Mustang of course retains the muscle that is so synonymous with its name, but it is this tiny addition that may be termed a “cosmetic” touch that captures the imagination.
Everything looks good on a Lamborghini, unless of course if your idea is to murder the aesthetics of the grand supercar. Thankfully, this one does not go that way. The Media Merchants used the Lamborghini Reventon as a canvas at an even to present an audio visual projection mapping experience. And they’ve done good; not a single scratch on the elite supercar, and a beautiful presentation to boot.
Unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show, Yamaha Y125 Moegi is a bike worthy of mention; not just for its lovely looks, but also for its unconventional construction. Designed for urban transport and comfort, the Moegi has an appearance that somewhat matches a high-end bicycle, but its slim frame also holds 125cc four stroke engine that allows for a power between 10 to 15hp.
When independent concepts emerge, we expect them to be radical. Even if they are imaginary, they usually can do a pretty good job of visualizing dynamic shapes and styles of the cars they are based on. That sadly won’t quite be the case for the Bugatti Super Sedan.
Confederate Motorcycles has come up with its latest offering, the X132 Hellcat. The new offering is named after F6F Hellcat fighter plane of WWII. As is with Confederate motorcycles, the X132 exudes pure power, muscle and style. Made in a limited batch of 164 motorcycles, the unit has a billet aluminum case, carbon fiber wheels, and of course, a mighty engine to go along. The motorcycle has been priced at $50,000.
A road in Japan, henceforth referred to as the supercar graveyard saw what could be the most expensive car crash ever. The pile-up is said to have claimed 14 luxury cars that included 8 Ferraris, 2 Mercedes and a Lamborghini, most of them totaled and headed to the scrapyard.