Named after racer Giacomo Agostini, who won 13 Grand Prix championships and 10 Isle Of Man TT's, the Deus Ex Machina Ago TT Motorcycle is part tribute, part modern reinvention. Based on an MV Agusta Brutal 800rr, the bike sits on a custom subframe, and offers several dramatic features, among them the custom aluminum tank shell formed from seven separate pieces of aluminum. There's also a handmade aluminum tail that houses the electronics, a custom Öhlins rear shock, Beringer hand controls, and a Scitsu tach. Also notable is what it's lacking, namely a headlight, turn signals, and license plate, as they're unnecessary for a bike whose only home is the track.
Originally designed to complete with the Jeep and the Land Rover, the German Army chose the DKW Munga instead, in part because Porsche lacked the production capacity to meet the army's demands. As such, only 71 were ever built. This 1957 Porsche 597 Jagdwagen 4X4 is one of only 49 built for the civilian market. Sourced from Japan by the current owner, it's said to run, drive, and be in very good cosmetic condition, the latter surprising since with its lack of doors, it's basically amphibious.
It's not the fastest production car ever made. But it is the third, and unlike the LaFerrari and Porsche 918 Spyder, it doesn't cost a million plus. The Tesla Model S P100D is Elon Musk's latest road rocket. Fueled by a 100 kWh battery, the car's all-wheel drive system has a Ludicrous mode that propels the car from 0-60 in just 2.5 seconds. The same battery also gives the car a range of 315 miles, making it the first all-electric to break the 300 mile barrier. Otherwise, it's the same Model S you already know, with a sleek, unassuming design, high-tech, spartan interior, and autonomous features that get better with every update.