Espresso Veloce V12 Machine, staying faithful to its name has a shape and design very much like a V12 engine. We assume the coffee is going to be mighty with a strong kick. It is handmade using aluminum, magnesium, and titanium with numerous automobile references in the construction. It’s dispensers resemble tailpipes and the overall construction that takes several cues of racing and automotive power. Only 500 of these machines will be built.
That shiny bike with awesome dragon art owes its mojo to spray painted electro-luminescent paint technology called Lumilor from Darkside Scientific. The battery powered and electronically controlled glow can do wonders, like we see here.
Confederate knows how to create sexy and badass looking motorcycles. And they have proven it again with the new R131 Fighter. The lightweight motorcycle is built out of aircraft grade aluminum and rides on carbon fiber wheels to keep up with the lightweight theme. The engine will of course have enough power to put the 4-piston Brembo brakes to good use. The 131 Fighter will only be built on orders, with a total limited run of 10 units, each priced at a smooth $100,000.
Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Jicoo Floating bar takes to the water in Tokyo Bay. From the look of things, the ambiance on the boat designed by Leiji Matsumoto is lovely, like the idea of a floating bar.
The concept for this Audi bike comes on the heels of the automaker’s acquisition of Ducati. French designer Thibault Devauze who has been an intern at both Audi and Ducati, decided to take the idea for a spin in this independent design. The concept gets a taste of its inspiration from DKW motorcycles that were manufactured by automaker DKW who later merged into Audi to form the Auto Union.
Lamborghini Aventador is an awesome car, and it is usually a good idea not to mess with the looks of something so beautiful. That wisdom went amiss on a company called Cars for Starts who have unveiled what is thankfully just a concept for a Lamborghini Aventador limousine. It might be a concept, but they do very well intend to make it real. The company is offering 12 months of free advertising to anyone who sponsors the project, plus a representation in naming the Lambo Limo.
If owning a Corvette not good enough, you could always get a desk that looks pretty much like the rear of the car. And it does look pretty cool. If the Corvette is not your taste, the seller also has a 69 Camaro that would happily serve the same function. All these products are handmade into the likeliness of these famous cars. The roster includes desks, shelves, liquor bar, even a BBQ pit, and if you made some request to the seller, they would probably get that done as well. Available on Brian Bauer’s Etsy shop.
Presented at the Geneva Motor Show, the Pininfarina Sergio concept takes its name from veteran designer Sergio Pininfarina, to whom many iconic Ferrari’s owe their looks. The concept is a homage to the vision of the remarkable designer who passed away in July last year.
Ferrari’s offering for the Geneva Motor Show this year is the very potent LaFerrari. They call it a successor to the venerable Enzo and to put it in the same class and category, the LaFerrari’s carbon fiber covered body holds a 6.3-liter V12 engine that rolls out a massive 789hp. But hey, the heading right there says there’s 950 horses in there, well, that’s because there’s an electric motor involved in the action that pumps out the remaining 161hp.
Lamborghini’s cars have always looked wonderful. Lately though, they seem to be going the extra step to get sexier, sometimes going past the convention. The Aventador is one sexy car, and this new offering the Veneno is pretty attractive, though with a somewhat different outlook than the comparatively widely available Aventador. We say comparatively because the Veneno is an extremely limited edition supercar, with only three instances available.