Electric Go-Kart Car with Formula One Style

Launch of a whole new electric go kart that can fold up and fit in the back of your car. Designed and engineered to look and feel like a formula one car, this go-kart only weighs 65 pounds. The entire chassis and body work are made from carbon fiber, and lightweight lithium batteries power this racer to a top speed of 60 mph. Link



Flatmobile, Supercars with 19 inch height

Behold the Flatmobile that does 100mph (with help from a jet engine). Officially recognized by the Guinness World Records for lowest street legal car, the Flatmobile stands at just 19 inch or 48 cm tall. You can check the build progress of the FlatMoble at the FlatMobile website.


The car is rear mounted with a 875cc engine for propulsion. Obviously inspired from Batmobile, Perry Watkins from England is the proud owner of the FlatMobile. Baraskit.se


Veritas RS III, The Supercar Powerhouse

The Veritas RS III is a supercar powerhouse. This unique roadster has a body made out of carbon-kevlar on a fabulously light frame. The supercar’s mega power comes from its BMW M5 engine, which develops an astonishing 600 horsepower.


Only 30 copies of this monstrous machine have ever been built, making it one exclusive auto. If you want to get your hands on the Veritas RS III, it can be delivered in a quick 8 weeks. If not, then check out the Veritas RS III in the gallery. Feel free to daydream. (Source)


Amazing Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4

This amazing supercar was first presented to the public at the Geneva show back in febuary, it is now available for purchase, so get your checkbooks out! The Murcielago successor, features a 6500cc V12 engine producing 691hp, accelerating from 0-100km\h in 2.9 sec and achieving a maximum speed of approx. 350km \ h. (blessthisstuff.com)



1980 6-wheel Chevrolet El Camino from Kentucky

This 1980 6-wheel Chevrolet El Camino from Kentucky is listed on Ebay for US $1,422.00. The owner says that he drives the car every day and there seems to be no problem with it. The car used to participate in the different shows, but now it is retired and on sale.



Classic Eagle Jaguar E-Type Speedster

Based on the Jaguar E-Type of the 1960s, the Eagle Jaguar E-Type Speedster is a custom, all-new design that celebrates the classic while updating it for modern times.


Features include an all-aluminum body, adapted from the original, custom windshield glass, custom-designed aluminum rimmed wheels with 3-eared wheel spinners for good measure, a waterfall console, and plenty of power, provided by an Eagle 4.7 liter engine and a five-speed gearbox. It's just the thing to jazz up your sunny, summertime Sunday drives.



Corvette C7 Stingray Concept

This appears to be the concept car for the Corvette C7 Stingray. If it is, it is just going to be awesome and a huge leap forward in the style and design of the Corvette line. There is not very much solid information out there on this. Speculation is running high though.


Amazing Volkswagen Hovercraft Design

Please enjoy these images of the concept car, the Volkswagen Aqua. It is an all-terrain hovercraft designed by 21-year-old Chinese industrial designer Yuhan Zhang.



Lamborghini Cnossus Concept Design

The designers claim to have been inspired by the Lamborghini Countach, though it is evident that the edgy styling of the limited production Reventon special also played a role in the design of the Cnossus Concept.


The name was chosen to honor the ancient city of Cnossus (Knossus), a Bronze Age ruin on the Greek island of Crete, which had its heyday back in 1600 to 1400 B.C. where the sport of bullfighting was born.


Creative Volkswagen New Beetle

The German company Car Film Components has released a very even simpotichny Volkswagen New Beetle.


CFC has focused on the most prominent parts of the car: rear-view mirrors, bumpers and nut. They have caused permanent label with a picture in the style now fashionable street art. Add to this 19-inch wheels Oxigin, «shod in Kumho, and” jaunty “trim seats. If desired, customers can order and adjustable dampers. To acquire such a bright New Beetle, will need to pay 5000 euros.

Source : odditieszone.com


Commuter Cars, Ultra-Narrow Electric Car

The revolutionary Tango combines the speed and agility of a motorcycle with the security of a high-performance sports car.

The Tango's ability to maneuver through traffic is second to none. Being 5" narrower than many motorcycles, it can get through traffic like no other car in history. Where lane splitting is permitted (i.e., driving between lanes of stopped or slow-moving traffic), the advantage can be staggering. In extremely heavy traffic, a Tango or motorcycle can travel in 20 seconds the distance that cars travel in 20 minutes.


The Tango can fit in a 6-foot half-lane with more clearance than a truck has in a full 12-foot freeway lane. This virtual doubling of lane capacity can make the traffic jam a fading memory. It can also park perpendicularly to the curb like a motorcycle, allowing up to four Tangos in one parallel parking space.


With over 1,000 ft-lbs of torque starting at zero rpm and a 600 kW (805 hp) motor controller, the Tango accelerates from 0-60 mph in under four seconds, finishes the standing 1/4 mile in about 12 seconds at over 100 mph, and can reach over 130 mph with no gear shifting.


Don't let the size of the Tango fool you . . . while it may appear small its FIA-certified roll cage is actually the structure required for race cars traveling over 200mph. It has 4 times more side protection bars, for example, than the largest SUV. Its 4-point harnesses, low center of gravity, and weight (comparable to a midsize sedan) combine to make the Tango extremely safe. With 2,000 lbs under the floor (mostly batteries), it is ballasted to achieve the rollover threshold of a sports car.


L’automodule, Strange Vehicle in 1970's

This unit is called l’Automodule created in 1970, engineer Jean Pierre Pontier (Jean Pierre Ponthieu). The machine is equipped with a two-stroke engine of 248 cm ^ 3, an electronic control and hydraulic transmission. Maximum speed – 45 km / h.


In addition to stunning design, a l’Automodule have another feature – the hydraulic suspension that can pretty much change the ground clearance. Via : funsxone.blogspot.com