With over 85% new parts, MV Agusta’s 2010 Brutale 1090RR is essentially a new bike despite largely subtle aesthetic changes; you’ll get a choice of a 998cc or 1078cc 4 banger.
We liked yesterday’s Evolution Bike Case, but the Eco // 07 urban bike does it one better: not only does it easily disassemble, but its wheels can be folded up via a system of pivots.
Oh Beer & Pizza Bike, where have you been our entire lives: created by Portland’s Hopworks Urban Brewing, it’s a pedal-powered bar with two kegs and a pizza compartment.
Good by plane, train, car, or boat, Aerotech’s Evolution Bike Case is an all-in-one carrier made out of shock-resistant ABS plastic; it’ll hold your entire bicycle (up to a 64 cm frame).
AFVTech’s Ford Street-Rod is almost too good to be true: it combines a 600 hp Chevy LS7 7.0L V8, a low-emission compressed natural gas setup, and a head-turning chopped top.
Anne Forschner’s BMW Lovos is what car concepts are all about: it may look creatively insane, but each of its 260 hinged pieces are solar photovoltaic cells that double as air brakes.
Its large schnoz will inhale a Smart car, but Ford’s 2011 Super Duty means business: it’s an F-450/F-350 hybrid truck with a 33,000 lb. weight rating and a turbo 6.7L V8 diesel.
Above: 36 Freeborders (think skateboarding with a third wheel) turn San Francisco’s hilly streets into a real-life video game thanks to fancy footwork and neon lights. Thanks, Jessica!
Coming in at $9,995, Ducati’s Hypermotard 796 is a wallet-friendly version of its 1100; you’ll get an 81 hp/55 lb.-ft. torque engine, low 32.5″ seat height and a dry weight of 368 lb.
Arcimoto’s Pulse is a tandem two-passenger electric car with that costs only $20k; built in Oregon, it’ll be available in 2010 with a 50-100 mile, 6-8 hour range and a 55 mph top speed.
We’ve seen yachts with indoor gyms and helipads, but Wally-Hermes’ WHY Yacht asks “Why not?” and blows ’em out of the water: it features a 36 meter private beach out back.
Hamann’s Ferrari California aero kit is cosmetic (exhaust and ECU mods are coming soon), but what a beautiful kit it is: you’ll get a new hood, spoiler, diffuser, wing and forged wheels.
Anything Bentley hardly qualifies as a sleeper, but props to this Arden-tuned Bentley GT; it bumps power from 560 to 600 and torque from 480 to 600 with relatively low-key grills and rims.
If you can stomach the piranha-face, E-Wolf’s E1 electric car is a eco-racer’s dream: it weighs only 990 lb., goes 0-60 in <5 s with 147 hp/186 lb.-ft. of torque, and has a 300 km range.
It’s no Trek District, but Montague’s Boston is a boon to fixie riders with a thirst for portability; the world’s first 700c single speed folding bike, it can be folded tool-free in 20 seconds.
It’s more orange than green, but this one-of-a-kind, electric Ford Focus will race tonight (9/18) on the Jay Leno Show as part of his Green Car Challenge; first in the hot seat: Drew Barrymore.
Kevin Cyr’s Camper Bike is a functional three-wheeled, pedal-powered RV that made the rounds in China in 2008; he’s currently at work on his next project, the urban-inspired Camper Kart.
Just like its A5 brethren, Audi’s S5 Sportback is staying firmly on European soil; still, we can’t help drooling over its S4-sourced supercharged 3.0 L V6, good for 333 hp and 324 lb.-ft.
Based on the R8, we’d go green any day for Audi’s e-tron Concept: four electric motors pump out 313 hp and an astounding 501.5 lb.-ft. of torque, good for a 0-62 of 4.8 seconds.
A topless version of the MINI Coupe Concept, the MINI Roadster loses two seats from the current convertible but gains 8.8 cubic feet of trunk space and a new multi-function display.
We’ll forgive the wheel spats on Brabus’ E V12 Black Baron, if only because it has gobs of power: both its 217 mph top speed and 811 lb.-ft. of torque are electronically limited.
Sporting Yamaha’s “neo-streamline” design, the 2010 Stratoliner Deluxe is a hard bag cruiser with 50/50 weight distribution, 1854 cc pushrod V-twin and a big, wind-shearing fairing.
We’re literally blown away by Stefan Radev’s Blue Dynamics Land Yacht; he followed BMW’s “Efficient Dynamics” design ethos to create a three-wheeled, wind-powered stunner.
Stripped of its top and even its windscreen, Mazda’s MX-5 Superlight stays true to its name with a weight of just 2,194 pounds; it even sips gas lightly, with a fuel efficiency of 37.3 mpg.
Don’t confuse the bling for a ding: Koenigsegg’s Trevita sports a carbon fiber weave infused with millions of silvery white diamonds, a double carbon wing and hydraulic lifting system.
Specs are scarce, but we’ll settle for these Audi R8 Spyder pics: it’ll come with a 5.2L V10 good for 525 hp/390 lb-ft of torque, a brushed aluminum windshield frame and side scoops.
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