For a very special client who wanted something more El Solitario custom built the Trimotoro. For basis they choose an old 1985 Guzzi V65, and fully customized him.
Moto Guzzi is an Italian motorcycle manufacturer and the oldest European manufacturer in continuous motorcycle production. So, El solitario not made some changes, but made a full new bike with a touch of Guzzi. Guzzi is hand-crafted and transfered into a stunner steely street runner.
They put new things, like, Blueprinted motor, Overhauled gear box, Cardan & brakes, New DellOrto PHB Carburetors with Velocity Stacks, All new electrics, cables, bearings, hoses, Monza triple trees & swing arm, Akront aluminum 3,5×18′ Rims, Dunlop K81 tires, Magura Solid Aluminum Clip Ons, Kustom Tech levers and throttle body, Handmade Shellac grips, Nappa Leather Seat with vintage leather belts to attach it on the bike and much more.
Trimotoro required more than 800 hours to build from tires to handlebars, headlight to plate holder. The result is a stunning bike without the flash, standing strong in its bold, unpainted beauty.
German car tuner Wheelsandmore unveiled their latest Ferrari FF project with a host of custom specifications and other several tuning options
Wheelsandmore are back in action and decided to work off no less than the Ferrari FF.
They have mounted a set of 6Sporz2 extremely light forged alloy wheels measuring 12 x 22 inches at the rear and 9.5 x 21 inches at the front with 255/30/21 Pirelli P Zero Nero rubbers. There is also the possibility to choose for upgraded wheels, with white colored inlays, carbon-look center and white outer rim. They replaced the standard exhaust system with hand made stainless steel and put remote operable valve flaps designed especially for this model of Ferrari. With this, the car gets 20 HP more powerful and a bit lighter as well. A complete suspension is undergoing development, with springs, coilover system and a lowering set of up to 25 mm.
They made two different upgrade packages. The first package costs €3,782 ($5,160) and comes with ECU remapping and chip tuning, these raise the power of the Ferrari from 660 HP (468 kW) and 683 Nm of torque to 684 HP and 705 Nm.
The second package costs a bit more, €9,244 ($12,613), and includes additional ECU upgrades and chip tuning.
The standard output, 660 HP (468 kW) and 683 Nm of torque, has been increased to 700 HP (515 kW) and 715 Nm of torque.
If the serial Ferrari is too ordinary then the tuned Wheelsandmore Ferrari FF is right thing for you.
The standard exhaust system of the Ferrari was also removed and replaced with the brand’s in-house – hand manufactured stainless steel system
The FF now rides on a set of 6 Sporz2 forged wheels that come in a size of 21×9.5-inch for the front axle and 22×12-inch for the rear one
Wheelsandmore offers two power upgrades for the Ferari FF
CoverEFX Mini Cooper WorksCoverEFX is presenting their latest conversion program based on the Mini Cooper Works. The German tuner offers a complex transformation for the vehicle targeting both the performance and the aesthetic areas.
As with every customs car, the Mini Cooper Works by CoverEFX is all about individuality, which this time was achieved through the black leather style fully foil-finished body with thousands os small gold specimens which have been glued individually by hand, plus numerous matt gold metallic components. The wheels and tires add to the complete look with a combination of OZ LM rims in matte black and matte gold metallic.
Special Edition Lamborghini Gallardo Bicolore
We all remember Lamborghini Gallardo SE unveiled at the 2005. The edition was limited to merely 250 copies and was offered with two-tone body paint. Now as the Gallardo is coming to an end, Lamborghini is looking to give its fans a few special edition options. First of all there will be Lamborghini Gallardo Bicolore special edition which is expected to be launched by 2011, most likely in the Detroit Auto show and deliveries are to start in February 2011.
Gallardo Bicolore will be offered with ‘duotone’ color scheme, a set of new Callisto rims, and sportier interiors compared to Gallardo SE and also some 20 more horsepower. Potential buyers will be able to choose between a few unnamed colors (gray, white, yellow,orange and green) which will always be combined with a continuous black roof and engine cover. The special edition is sure to be based on Gallardo LP560-4 edition.
McLaren SLR 999 adorned with a gold plated finish of more than 5 kg
Trends in gold-plated car gathering popularity. And once again the target premium cars that alone is worth the original tower. Swiss car designers Ueli Anliker have taken the Mercedes McLaren SLR 999 and literally upgraded it to gold status. After making an appearance at the Tuning World Bodensee in May, the McLaren SLR 999 is off to wow folks at the Dortmund MY Car tuning show.
With over 11 pounds of gold detail and 600 rubies, this McLaren SLR 999 has an estimated value of $5.2 million. The Anliker McLaren has exhaust tips and rims coated with 24-carat gold, and the Anliker logos that are present at a number of places in the car are covered in gold as well.
Audi Q7 by Project Kahn
British car-tuner Project Kahn creates eye-catching package for Range Rovers and Porsche Cayennes. Afzal Kahn now announced that the company will expand their offering for SUVs with the creation of a package for the very popular Audi Q7.
The Kahn Project’s Audi Q7 has been fitted with a wide body kit that includes new front wings with special air vents, custom wheel arches, a redesigned front fascia that uses generous air intakes and quadruple fog lights, new side skirts with air intakes places in front of the rear wheels, a fresh rear fascia, as well as a roof spoiler. The British-tuned German SUV now rides on 22-inch Kahn RS-X rims and is dressed in a Pearl Soft White Paint.
BMW X6 Performance Unlimited
After pleasing the US market with a US-only model, BMW is now pampering its customers in Japan. BMW has just recently unveiled limited edition production specials solely for the Japanese Market.
The latest to join the catalog is the BMW 120i Performance Unlimited, which comes equipped with the 170-horsepower 2-liter four with a six-speed automatic and a variety of M-Sport components, from the bumpers and blacked-out grille to the 18-inch split-five-spoke rims and carbon fiber spoiler and wing mirror housings, along with an upgraded interior. Exterior colors are limited to blue or white, and only 30 examples will be built each carrying a ¥4,350,000 ($50,000) price tag.