While there are plenty of wheelchairs out there for athletes, the HXC is a unique beast, providing physically-challenged riders with an BMX-like experience, going just about anywhere.
The Gritty from Gary Fisher is a “bomb-proof” (according to their website) steel single speed or fixed gear ride with hybrid tires and urban style for a pretty reasonable price. Available Fall 2010.
New Wave performer Gary Numan conducts an orchestra of car horns playing his classic hit Cars, all powered by a single DieHard battery. Corporate America, this is how to make a viral commercial.
The Marussia is Russia’s first sports car. Featuring dramatic industrial design, the B1 offers up an ample, if not Earth-shattering 300-hp 3.5-liter V6, and can do 0-to-60 in less than 5 seconds.
Created by British designer Kevin Scott, this unusual bicycle has the unique distinction of being able to be bent around a light pole for storage and security, then straightened back out for riding.
Officially the fastest production car in the world, the Veyron 16.4 Super Sport has an all-carbon monocoque and a massive 1,200hp 16-cylinder engine, propelling the car up to 268mph.
Described as a cross between a bulldozer and an Abrams tank, Assault Breacher Vehicles are used in areas filled with land mines, packing a path-clearing 15ft plow and about 7,000 lbs of C4.
Bimota’s DB8 Biposto 2 seat motorcycle offers Marocchi and Extreme Tech front/rear suspension and Ducatiâ€™s 1198 Testastretta Evoluzione engine with 170 hp and 97 lb/ft of torque.
The Camden 50th anniversary package not only involves cosmetic upgrades; it also makes the Mini speak. The engine, climate and coach each have their own voices and can even talk to each other.
Can you handle a 2000-hp engine? How about the quarter-mile in less than 6.7 seconds, 0-to-60 in 1.5, and a top speed of 300 mph? Only 5 will be made in 2011, so get your checkbook out now.
Cummins has creatively crammed a 3500 hp, V18 diesel engine (you know, the kind they put in dump trucks) into an original Mini; it has more than 10,000lb/ft of torque and uses 12 turbochargers.
The super car redefined: a lean, mean and green machine. A 288-hp AC motor combined with a carbon fiber body gets the Roadster from 0-to-60 mph in just 3.7s. How’s that for an electric car?
The latest in Audi’s zippy, stylish R8 line, the Spyder 4.2 FSI Quattro offers a sporty drop-top. The 430-hp V-8 cranks out 0-to-60 speeds in just under 4.8 seconds, and a top speed of 185 mph.
The 2011 Kawasaki Ninja 400R will be released in Canada and features an 8-valve parallel-twin, 42 bhp, 27 lb/ft of torque, 2 petal front brake discs and a GP-style underslung exhaust.
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