There are convertibles. There are Ferraris. But there's never been a convertible like the Ferrari 458 Speciale A. The most powerful spider in the Prancing Horse's proud history, it features a 4.5L V8 engine good for 597 hp, which when paired with the blazingly fast seven-speed dual-clutch transmission allows the car to rocket from 0 to 62 mph in just three seconds. Other features include Side Slip Angle Control borrowed from the LaFerrari, advanced aerodynamics, an aluminum hardtop that goes from open to closed (or vice versa) in as little as 14 seconds, and the ego boost that comes from owning one of the only 499 examples in the world.
We knew this Italian garage had created something special when we saw the moniker of their latest build. Named after the Italian word for wild beast, minimal design and timeless appearance make up the Sartorie Meccaniche Belva Motorcycle. This cafe racer is formed from a rare Buell x1 Lighting, featuring a customizing the rear end, a more aggressive riding position up front, and a sleek Norton fiberglass endurance tank replacing the bulky stock tank/fuel pump combo of the original. Proving that even a bike that's over a decade old can be born again into something fierce.
It looks like it jumped right from a science fiction film and onto the street, and is nothing short of exceptional. The Mike Vetter Extra Terrestrial Vehicle is a true, one-of-a-kind car, with scissor doors, gull-wing windows, a Chevy 2-liter supercharged motor, dual batteries, and an interior that is all leather, suede and aluminum. Up for sale for the first time, this exclusive futuristic ETV is sure grab attention wherever it goes.