A specimen of Zagato’s masterpiece, a lightweight and sublimely sculpted body over a classic sports car. This particular car – 14th of only 19 units built – won races in its heyday and auto shows after being restored. RM Sotheby’s will auction it off on 12/10/15.
The new BMW M2 could be the ultimate driftmobile. The rear-wheel drive sports coupe is powered by a twin-turbo 3.0L V6 that makes 370 hp, track-tuned suspension and brakes, and either a manual or dual-clutch gearbox. It also rounded the Nürburgring in 7:58.
The Liberty Trike has a 750W electric motor that lets you go up to 7.5mph, or you can also use just the pedals, or both. Its removable battery lasts up to 24mph per charge. The frame can be folded and even split in two for storage or transport. And no, it’s not just for old folks.
Redshift Sports’ ShockStop is a shock-absorbing bicycle stem that gives you a more comfortable and less tiring ride. It has interchangeable elastomers to adjust the stiffness and is available in low-rise and high-rise variants.
Tucked in a dusty garage in Gowanus, Brooklyn are 58 rare classic cars and hundreds of car parts owned by Lenny Shiller. Lenny finds it relaxing to take apart and maintain his collection, aware that he’s just taking care of them for their future owners.
The Tesla Model X is finally in production. The base model 90D has a total output of 518hp, while the P90D has 752hp at its disposal. It has a top speed of 155mph and rockets from 0 to 60mph in 3.2s with an optional upgrade.