If Austin Powers pulled wool pimping in his classic ride, imagine the shaggable babes you’d snag in a 2010 Lucra LC470. This vintage-looking, carbon-fiber roadster performs. 0-60 in 3.4 seconds with 400 HP. Capable of pulling 1.3 lateral G during high-speed turns. Yeah baby – yeah.
Let’s have a moment of silence for the time when simplicity & practicality ruled the day – the 40s and 50s. Before mansions on wheels became popular, the Teardrop Camper was the preferred mode of packing it up and going “anywhere but here.” This Woodie incorporates all Silver Tear’s classic features – compact size, open rear galley, elegant interior finishes, recessed lighting & a slew of customizable options. If this photo transported you away from reality, at least for a few seconds, it’s time for a vacation.
The Widowmaker just got deadlier. Porsche unveiled the GT2 RS – a monster of a machine…scratch that…. the Godzilla of street-legal speedsters. Check out these impressive stats – 620 hp through the rear wheels – standstill to 124mph in under ten. You guessed it, this Carpocalypse is extremely limited – 500 to be exact. Dropping in August for a mere $245k. However think positive – you’ll be able to get your hands on an older model for a great price when the owner trades up.
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You’re looking the future in the face. Mini’s 2011 Coupe is rounder & sportier with a turbocharged 1.6 liter speeding up to 208 horses. Instantly recognizable from the front, this baby’s finally got back.
The SUV lost its identity to tot-toting brigades years ago. Vintage Offroad reclaims it. Pick a vehicle from their inventory & have it outfitted to your exact specs. Specializing in Toyota Land Cruisers & Land Rovers, soccer moms need not apply.
Deus is a group of passionate Aussie biker enthusiasts united in their belief that modern motorcycling has been hijacked by marketing. On a quest to recreate a love of riding through one-of-a-kind custom retrofits – behold the Sacred Cow – a Kawasaki W650 morphed into a Triumph-inspired hard-tail Bobber with a 21″ front wheel, spring-mounted saddle & handmade tan.
If you’re a Ferrari kind of guy – this one’s for you. With only 599 in production, the 2011 GTO sports a V12 engine generating 670hp topping out at 208mph. This pinnacle stallion is the fastest road model in the prancing horse’s noble heritage.
Hyundai’s 2012 Veloster is small, but fierce. A sports hatch equipped with a 1.6 liter pumping out 140hp with 40 mpg. The final design is being kept under camouflage, but CEO John Krafcik promises something exciting.
Tired of being “cute” – the Mini Cooper went…and returned mean. The BMW subsidiary’s 2011 Countryman is a compact, 4-door crossover offering a taller, wider, longer & more rugged design. Available with 122 or 183 horses, this little bullet will never be sweet again.
1962. Triumph’s Bonneville won Britain’s prestigious Thruxton 500. The manufacturer celebrated by designing the iconic T120 Thruxton. Fifty years later, the classic is reborn. This street fighter’s polished engine cover, low rise bars, sporty riding position, “crystal white” body work and red striping are nostalgic. Underneath the retro design is 21st century engineering with an 8-valve, fuel-injected, 865cc twin engine built on a 360 degree crankshaft.