Petrolicious takes a look at this incredible hand-built classic Ferrari, which not only drives like a bat out of hell, but is one of the most gorgeous race cars ever made, and took the top three positions at the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona.
A beautiful electric scooter. It has a light yet sturdy monocoque made of resin that’s been reinforced with plant fibers. It has a top speed of 34mph and lasts up to 60mi per charge. It also has a reverse gear and two USB charging ports.
The Virtual Windscreen Concept is a track-oriented heads up display. Similar to the interface in driving games, it can show data such as GPS, lap times and racing lines. It will even let you race against a “ghost” car.
Originally used as an aircraft tug on German military airports, this 1976 Mercedes-Benz Unimog 406 4×4 was last used as a hunting vehicle. It still has its original body and 85hp six-cylinder engine but has new wheels and tires.
A bicycle with an adjustable carbon fiber frame. You can change its length as well as the angle of its front fork and seat tube to get the most comfortable ride. An app will help you figure out the right adjustments based on your body.
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