It's true that the Bandit9 Bishop Motorcycle is listed as being a Honda SuperSport, but one look at this limited edition custom will tell you there's little left of its prior identity. Powered by a 90cc-125cc engine, the Bishop features a high-grade aluminum unibody, either walnut, oak, or teak burl panels, a custom exhaust, muffler, and suspension, a charcoal grey suede seat, an electric starter, and LED brake lights encased in quartz glass. If you like what you see, you'd best hurry — only nine are being built.
Saleen has a long history of taking great sports cars and making them better — so it should come as no surprise that when they got their hands on a Tesla Model S, they were able to turn it into something incredible. The Saleen Foursixteen takes what is already an impressive base, and adds on improved aerodynamics, an upgraded drivetrain and rear-end, as well as a high-performance suspension and braking package. But the refinements don't end there. Take a look inside and you'll find black perforated leather, Alcantara suede, a new center console, four full bucket seats, and beautiful detailing throughout.
If you saw the Renovo Coupe driving down the streets, or perhaps more likely on the track, you couldn't be faulted for thinking you'd just seen a Shelby Daytona Coupe. Save for one thing: the distinctive roar of an American V8 engine — because the Renovo is driven by twin electric sequential motors producing 500 horsepower and an astounding 1,000 pound-feet of torque. All that power is available from a dead stop, letting this monster (silently) scream up to 60 miles per hour in just 3.4 seconds. While you might miss the sound, you certainly won't be found wanting for speed.