260 horses, a curb weight barely over 1,300 pounds, no top, no trunk, and not a single cupholder — does driving get any better than this?
Where does the baby seat go?
There’s a special place for it – in my wife’s car.
Last time I saw a car like that patrick mcgoohan was driving it in the opening minutes of “The Prisoner”
Never mind that it’s butt ugly. Must we sacrifice asthetics? I think not!
You can’t understand how truly small that thing is until you park next to it. It is the only car I’ve ever parked next to that makes my MR2 Spyder look big.
I’m all for minimalism. Minimalism is good.
But that thing is just fugly.
That does look like fun, but I want to try one of these:
The video starts with a bit about buying a motorbike – just give it a minute and then you will get to the good stuff.
Company website here:
TO: Stephen Green
“…no top, no trunk, and not a single cupholder — does driving get any better than this?” — Stephen Green
…a fully loaded M2 Bradley IFV.
It doesn’t have a ‘trunk’ either….
I prefer this model myself…
Anyway, they’re called “Kit Cars” guys. And you can build your own for less than half the price of buying them pre-built. Roughly 300 hours of work in your garage and you’re good to go.
Here’s an american one…
And a friend of mine found one that’s powered by two motorcycle engines. 0-60 in less than 4 seconds I believe.
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