Coming this summer, the new Revzani 2020 Tank was released and it's more ridiculously sick than the original. The 2020 Tank comes standard with a 1000 horsepower 6.2-liter Dodge SRT-Demon supercharged Hellcat V8 engine, Bond level security tech and fully loaded with some of the most luxurious gear/goods.
The CCM Spitfire Six is a monster of a custom motorcycle. With only 300 Being Hand-Made, you might have to jump on this now. Features include; Metallic Oxblood Red/British Racing Green/Pearl White tank colors, Billet Aluminium Anodizing Colors to Choose From, Seats Covers to Choose From, 19” Spoked Wheels, Renthal FAT Bars, Option to Choose From a Range of Different Seat Finish, Clear Powder Coated Chassis, Underslung Dual Exhaust System, and HEL Performance Brake Systems. This CCM Spitfire Six bike takes production motorcycles to a new level of custom.
The first self-balancing, aerospace aluminum, 100% electric fat tire scooter / bike. Features include: Hydraulic front and mechanical rear disc brakes, 1-kilowatt battery pack for over 20,000 miles of riding, minimalist aesthetic, 1200 watt motor with a top speed of 28mph, LED lights, and a 34-mile range. It's sustainable, a little weird looking, but still better than a Bird.
The Ferrari 250 GT Tour de France Berlinetta has long been seen as one of the most sought-after GT racing cars of the 1950s, with just 78 examples produced. Chassis 0903 GT is the fourth of only 36 single-louver Tour de France Berlinettas built. Delivered new to Sweden, this Tour de France was initially owned by two Swedish race car drivers; first by noted driving ace Sture Nottorp and later Kjell Lundberg. This TdF is finished in a period grey and red livery, complemented by a beautiful light grey leather interior highlighted by special Heuer stopwatches mounted in a unique rally binnacle in the wrinkle-finish dashboard.
Think of all the Knowledge you have on how normal airplanes fly and look, now throw all that out the window because MIT and NASA have created a new kind of airplane wing. A team of engineers has built and tested a radically new kind of airplane wing, assembled from hundreds of tiny identical pieces. The wing can change shape to control the plane’s flight, and could provide a significant boost in aircraft production, flight, and maintenance efficiency, the researchers say.