Russian FMX bike rider Alexey Kolesnikov undertook this incredible stunt for Red Bull, pulling off multiple jumps over an 8.5 ton Kamaz truck as it jumped its own 39-foot gap beneath the bike.
When Noble stopped producing the M400, Rossion purchased the build rights and developed the Q1 kit. It costs a cool $100,000 and some assembly time, but you’ll also get to 120 mph in 10 seconds.
The 2010 bike collection by Danish bicycle company Biomega for Puma includes 5 models that combine chosen aspects of continental and folding bikes, BMXes, cruisers, and fixed-wheel designs.
BMW marks the M3’s 25th birthday by releasing the US-only 2011 M3 Frozen Gray Coupe. Limited to only 30 units, the car is priced at $77,600. Call 1-800-245-4269 starting June 21,2010 to reserve.
Recently acquired from Daimler-Benz, German motorcycle manufacturer Horex is back again after a 50-year hiatus. It’s first motorcycle features a unique 200hp V6 engine designed by Volkswagen.
This incredible replica of a McLaren M8B race car was created by artist Chris Gilmour, entirely from cardboard and hot glue. The upcycled, but misspelled logo on the spoiler is a nice touch.
Perfect for taking prom dates Back to the Future, this stretch DeLorean DMC-12 probably can’t reach the 88mph to jump through time. Still, Dr. Emmett Brown would be proud of this insane build.
Rub yacht owners’ noses in your even greater wealth with the U-010 Undersea Yacht, which has a huge deck for sun worship but can also submerge itself by switching from diesel to electric propulsion.
The CR&S DUU is equipped with the new S&S X-Wedge 1916 cc engine, and is the synthesis of a sporty European rolling chassis and a muscular American big twin engine. Europe delivery in 2011.
Tuner GTHaus has given the BMW M3 some serious junk in the trunk with carbon fiber, Brembo brakes and coilover suspension. Besides killer rear arches and wing, it makes quite the demonic sound.
Out in 2012, the Morgan EvaGT is a sexy limited production coupe with hand-finished aluminum body and BMW’s 306 hp twin turbo 3.0-liter straight 6. 0-60 in 4.5 seconds and top speed of 170 mph.
Eric Brum snapped these pics of an incredible masonry sculpture of a BMW Z4 in Beijing, China. It’s a full-size replica of the real deal, with glass windows and an interior made from stone.
Put ’em together and whaddya get? This monstrosity, called the forfun2 – a tiny little 2-seater atop giant monster-truck wheels, cranking out a whopping 84bhp. See it in action here.
Aznom and Romeo Ferraris have tricked out the Land Rover Defender with custom paint, carbon fiber bumpers, leather/Alcantara interior and output increase from 122 hp to 152 hp.
This bad boy clearly isn’t a wimpy little electric moped. Nope, the MotoCzysz E1pc offers 10 times the battery capacity of a Toyota Prius, and 2.5 times the torque of a Ducati 1198.
Due to be auctioned off by Mecum, this majestic ride has won two racing competitions, bagging first in its class and third place overall at Le Mans as well as winning the 1000km Nurburgring race.
While we really like real Ferraris, Sasha Selipanov’s conceptual design for a 612 GTO has us drooling. On the other hand, we couldn’t afford this if it really existed, so it’s best left as a fantasy.
Tim Hahne covered the whole of the 2010 24 Hours NÃ¼rburgring using his trusty Canon 5D MK II. The result? 15,900 glorious frames of automotive porn from start to finish. Watch it in HD if you can.
We don’t know why he built a car inside of a bush, but Justin Shull’s Terrestrial Shrub Rover makes us think of Monty Python. Perhaps it’s a good way to meet those Knights’ shrubbery demands. Ni!
This limited-edition car from Japan’s Mitsuoka features, um, “exotic” Asian styling, and an unexciting Toyota 3.3L V6 under the hood. Still, they won’t miss you coming down the block in one.
The Hellfire flat tracker conversion for the Triumph Street Triple 675 from Germany’s Motorcorner includes new thermoformed plastic body parts, 17â€ wheels and a BOS Performance exhaust system.
Clearly not the most practical of personal transportation vehicles, this crazy-looking bike gets its front wheel from a monster truck tire. Other than that, it’s completely normal, right?
Students at the China Central Academy of Fine Arts created this 32 foot-tall, 4-ton Transformer sculpture from the parts of an old truck. Don’t you want one in your front yard?
Racer X Design’s proposed 2+2 Bugatti Streamliner is actually based on the Bentley Continental GT platform, but it sure doesn’t look like any Bentley we’ve ever seen. Now if only it actually existed.
Created by BCC1â€™s Bang Goes The Theory tv show, the Car-puccino is the worldâ€™s first coffee powered car. The converted 1988 Volkswagen Scirocco has a caffeine buzz top speed of 60 mph.
The Harley-Davidson XR1200X will be available in the US in 2011. Featuring fully adjustable front and rear suspension, the bike can be dialed in to match rider weight, riding style and road conditions.
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