Tesla’s long-awaited all-electric Model S sedan is official, and it’s a looker: 300 mile range, 45 min. QuickCharge, 0-60 in 5.6s, a 17″ touchscreen and seating for 7, all for under $50k.
The S260 is more powerful, but Sector111′s Lotus Exige comes close with 240+ hp, upgraded brakes and nearly all-carbon fiber bits that turn it into a track-ready, flat-bottomed supercar.
The fascia for Hyundai’s hybrid concept is more blue whale than BLUE-WILL, but we’re intrigued by the tech: roof solar panels and a Li-poly battery that plugs into a wall socket.
Designed by trainees, the Mercedes Benz F-CELL Roadster is an extreme blend of old and new; it’s based on the 1886 Benz Patent Motor Car but with a hybrid fuel cell powerplant.
Similar to the Honda Insight’s dash, Ford’s Fusion Hybrid features a SmartGauge cluster which features two customizable LCD displays which show MPG, fuel levels and more.
Prindiville Prestige’s customized Lambo Murcielago replaces its body panels with carbon fiber and adds a titanium exhaust system, handle-less doors and an upgraded interior.
Zipp’s VumaChrono is a radically designed crank for hardcore bicyclists; it features a spiderless design with an ultra-stiff 30mm spindle, making it 9s faster over 40km. Thanks, Brian!
Billed as the world’s most expensive and exclusive production sport bike, MV Agusta’s F4CC is limited to 100 and is handbuilt with a 200hp 1078cc engine that tops out at 195 mph.
Not entirely practical but oh-so-lux, this bicycle is literally wrapped head to toe in leather, from the saddle and grips down to the lugs; it’s the work of cutter/sewer Jacques Ferrand.
LoneStar’s Harley-Davidson Special Edition lets truckers haul ass in style with a custom grille and paint, 7″ exhaust stacks, and the same headlights used on Harley motorcycles.
As if the original Caparo T1 wasn’t enough, this Race Extreme version bumps horsepower up to 575, good for a blistering 0-60 time of 2.8s; oddly, you can add A/C for $5.4k.
Fat tires, wide handlebars and coaster brakes: the James Perse Cruiser is a modern take on the 50s beach cruiser with a Hydroform steel frame; choose from four colors. Thanks, Janne!
Ignore the recession in style with Le Breton Yachts’ SIG45; the 45 foot multihull racing yacht is made entirely from carbon fiber with a max speed of over 25 knots and quarters for six.
Kicherer’s E-Class optics tuning package is tasteful and minimalist with carbon fiber spoilers and 20″ forged alloy wheels; it also sports a tuned suspension and twin pipe exhaust system.
From the same group that brought us Madrid Underground, NASCAR Underground shows off decidedly sexier undercarriages. We’re talking about the cars, of course… *cough* 0:03.
It’s not every day you get the chance to own a concept vehicle, let alone two: Ford is auctioning their GT coupe and convertible concepts, along with the first 2010 Shelby GT500.
Due to compete in June’s zero-emissions TTXGP, the EV-o RR is one of 40 entrants but is unconventional: it uses a monocoque chassis and forkless single-sided front suspension.
Pedal-powered tricycles are normally for toddlers, but Trek’s Mod trike is gaining currency amongst grown-ups, primarily for its sturdy frame and drifting abilities. Thanks, Philipp!
The first pics of Lamborghini’s Murcielago LP 560-4 Roadster are up, and it’s a looker; it goes 0-62 in 3.4s, tops out at 205 mph, and gets a 6.5L V12 with 650hp and 486 lb-ft of torque.
The UK government is offering Land Rover roughly $37 million USD to bring the its successful LRX concept to market; it’ll be a two-door turbodiesel hybrid with a 2.0L engine.
The Bulldog RC Rider is a 1:3 scale monster truck that also happens to be rideable with a pair of flip-up handles, converting it into a mini-ATV with a 110cc engine and disc brakes.
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