The sickest looking MINI ever. It sports an aggressive new grille, a carbon fiber aero kit, awesome Union Jack taillamps, and a stripped down interior with a roll cage and racing seats. No word yet on power or other performance improvements, but it’ll surely pack many.
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This mud- and rock-loving Bentley was built for the Nat Geo UK series Supercar Megabuild, and now it can be yours. It’s got an external roll cage with tire and jerry can storage, off-road suspension, lug tires, skid plates, racing lights and more. See it in action here.
“A handmade motorcycle so perfect in its crafting it puts stock motorcycles to shame.” Bandit9 shows Harley-Davidson’s designers how to shape a cruiser. Based on the Street 750, the beauty of the Dark Side starts with its museum-worthy unibody. Limited to 9 units.
A seriously powerful electric bike, handbuilt with a durable, lightweight aluminum frame wrapped in carbon fiber panels, shocks that offer up to 9.5″ of frame travel, and a crazy fast top speed of up to 60 mph in off-road mode when equipped with its highest power option.
Motorcycle builder Classified Moto took a 2007 Triumph Speed Triple 1050 and transformed it into an awesomely rugged off-roader, cobbled together with a variety of parts they had on hand, highlighted by a chunky ATV tire on the back. We love the warm color scheme.
Wedge on wheels. Industrial designer Ken Okuyama’s Kode 0 was inspired by the Lancia Stratos Zero, the Lamborghini Countach and other futuristic cars from the 1970’s. Based on a Lamborghini Aventador, its compact and sharp body was made entirely out of carbon fiber.
Gymkhana driver Ken Block teamed up with Pennzoil Synthetics to head to the scorching desert of Swing Arm City, Utah, pushing his 600 hp Ford Fiesta ST RX43 to the limit in 102° heat, and leaving a massive trail of dirt in his wake. His hill drifts and airtime are amazing.
Offering up to 555 hp, 32″ wheels, 20″ of suspension travel, and 14.5″ of ground clearance, this all-electric open-air 4×4 is ready to be the Tesla of UTVs. It does 0-to-60 in 3.9s, its motor and gearbox are waterproof, and it can go up to 200 miles on a charge.
Shanghai Customs used a Honda Cub frame to create a beautiful electric scooter. Like custom PCs, the beauty of the eCub shines thanks to its excellent cable management. Shanghai Customs is working on the eCub’s second version as well as DIY conversion kits. More on BikeEXIF.
Kuickwheel’s electric skateboards are incredibly affordable, but they’re not just for penny pinchers. The Serpent-C is the smallest electric skateboard at just 18″ long, while the Serpent-W is a longboard filled with safety features such as LEDs and an aluminum alloy deck.
Director Skylar Nielsen and cinematographers Josh Fletcher and Lance Clayton of Vita Brevis Films shot this awesome documentary short about the diehard automotive fanatics who turn out each year for Speed Week at the Bonneville Salt Flats, in the isolated Utah desert.
We spent a week living with this bonkers fast muscle car, done up in an eye-popping Yellow Jacket and black paint scheme. Despite rocking a 707 hp supercharged HEMI V8, its comfy interior and excellent adaptive suspension make it a shockingly good daily driver.
One of the most sought after variants of the beloved Volkswagen Type 2, this 1959 23-Window Bus aka Samba won Best Luxury Bus at the 2017 Kelley Park VW Show. It has been fully restored to its original specifications and is expected to fetch at least $160K.
It may still just be in its infancy, but Hyperloop One is definitely making progress with their high-speed transportation system. They recently sent their mag-lev test capsule rocketing down its vacuum-sealed tube at a top speed of 192 mph. Their goal is 670 mph.
Combine a self-balancing scooter with a unicycle and you get the Uno Bolt. It uses sensors to maintain balance and is controlled by leaning. It goes up to 22mph and lasts up to 25mi per charge. It has front and rear lights, a rear view mirror and an e-brake/reverse lever.
In less than 15 years, a new player in the car industry managed to convince America that electric cars can be stylish and practical. With the coming of the Model 3, Tesla co-founder Elon Musk hopes to tack on the last crucial adjective: attainable.