The team at Voxan have introduced the world’s most powerful electric motorcycle, pumping out a monstrous 200 horsepower. [More Photos at HiConsumption.com]
Voxan presents the most powerful electric motorcycle in the world WATTMAN, unveiled as a world premiere at the Paris Motorcycle Show on December 2nd, introduces the revival of the French brand Voxan. They achieved a major revolution in French motorcycle history with the presentation of a 200 HP upscale machine which accelerates from 0 to 100 kmph in just 3.4 seconds and to 160 kmph in 5.9 seconds. WATTMAN illustrates the new techniques and stylistic direction of the brand with avant-garde technologies in the field of electric mobility and a design that anticipates the shape of bikes to come.
Riva 122’ Mythos, an extraordinary evolution of the 86’ Domino, is the largest planning yacht ever built by the historical shipyard. All the elegance, style and sobriety of all Riva yachts’ unmistakable lines have been incorporated into a new series entirely built in light aluminum alloy. The new Riva flagship is built at the Ancona shipyard of CRN.
Designed to look just like Batman’s Tumbler from the DC Comics movie, this golf cart is nothing short of awesome. [More Photos at HiConsumption.com]
James Bond, one of the most iconic and popular spy characters of all time, used some of the most innovative and revolutionary technologies to assist him in his adventures. Yet despite the watches, pens, lasers, and boats, the most fantastic capabilities lay within the automobiles he used to cruise around the world. From vehicles that shoot missiles to those that transform into watercraft, here is a list of some of the most unbelievable cars that carted around this international man of mystery.
The Quartermaster is a URAL x ICON collaborative project designed to increase the long distance off-road capacity of the URAL Solo. Devoid of the sidecar found on most URALs, the Quartermaster was a single-track beast of burden.
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An American inventor has built a unique upside-down racecar – and successfully taken it on a 24-hour spin around the LeMons track. Jeff Bloch – also known as SpeedyCop – built his upside down 1999 Chevrolet Camaro by combining it with a decrepit 1990 Ford Festiva. To enter the latest LeMons race the car had to cost less than $500, which Bloch achieved by picking a Festiva model with a worn-out 1.3-litre engine and more than 300,000 kilometres on the clock.
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The name Cykno comes from the Greek word κύκνος (kýknos) and from the Latin word Cygnus, both meaning swan. In Greek mythology, Leda, the daughter of the Aetolian king Thestius, was seduced by Zeus disguised as a swan who fell into her arms to escape an eagle chasing him. When a mythical person or god changes form to become something else, the term is metamorphosis.The brainchild of Bruno Greppi, in collaboration with the designers Luca Scopel, Gianpietro Vigorelli, and the guru of Italian advertising of the last 30 years Riccardo Lorenzini also participated in the creation of the Cykno bike.
Built by a fellow Batman fan, this amazing Batmobile replica was designed to look just like the 1989 Tim Burton vehicle, and is currently for sale. [More Photos at HiConsumption.com]